November 9, 2019
Join us for a workshop with Stephanie Zacharer Ruyle! (@SpontaneousThreads)
What: “Searching for Corners” quilt workshop
When: Saturday, November 9, 2019 - 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Where: Virginia Village Branch Library, (1500 S Dahlia St, Denver)
“Searching for Corners” is a study in modern composition based on a rotational layout of 9 “similar” blocks.
A slight of hand*** allows the 9 blocks to be joined to create a dominant foreground or background, depending on your personal color/fabric choices.
This class will focus on the construction of the 9 blocks needed to make the quilt top. Each student will learn skills to tackle the foreground curves and circles as well as the most basic 4 patch construction of the background. Although multiple variations of the above layout are possible, this all-day class will focus on the layout above.
There will be some time to discuss finishing options including the pieced binding.
(***Handedness: the creation of mirror image blocks. This process will be explained in class)
Sign up using this link. Sign up early to guarantee your seat, there are only 20 spots available! (On October 20th we'll be opening any remaining registrations to other guilds.)
Cost for Denver Metro MQG members is $70, which includes snacks and lunch
Cost for non-members is $75, which includes snacks and lunch
Payment is due by November 1st.