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Workshops

Foundation Pieced Traditional Quilts Level1

By Shyamala Rao

. Learn all about the basics and complexities of this technique including putting different sections together, different materials used tools and printing techniques.  All printed foundation copies and a small selection of fabric strips to enhance your project will be provided. Choose to make a small wall hanging, a set of table mats or a set of cushion covers .

Supplies-Basic quilting supplies , selection of  pure cotton fat quarters and sewing machine.

Level – Basic to advanced

Foundation Pieced Blocks  Level-2

By Shyamala Rao

This is a class to polish your foundation piecing technique. You will practice foundation piecing an   intricate block with multiple sections, . Knowledge of piecing   together angled blocks are taught as you will never have difficulty with any level of PP here after. Go home with an 8″-12″ animal or flower block which you can later set into a finished product of your choice.

Level –Advanced

Requirements: A sewing machine in working order, basic sewing tools and a selection of pure cotton fabric fat quarters.

. Fun with Photographs  Level-1(Basic)
By Shyamala Rao
Learn a great way to preserve the memories of near and dear ones with no previous experience needed.  Photo transfer techniques, printing on fabric, image transfer and all types of machine appliqué techniques, reverse appliqué, and embellishments will be taught.

Supplies-Basic  sewing supplies and and a sewing machine.

Photo fabrication

This fun workshop offers you the adventure of designing your own original art work from landscape photographs . Learn to prepare an easily sewable design using freezer paper templates.

Lecturers trunk shows.

quilt ideas for original quilts.

Explores sources of design ideas in general and from photographs.My quilts ased on original photographs.

 

 

2 comments on “Workshops

  1. Hi Could you provide me with some information on Fun with Photographs workshop

  2. HI Leishia,
    In this workshop I teach all about, choosing the right photo for a memory wall quilt transferring the photos into fabric to making into a wall piece with the photo image and appliqué techniques.

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