ELAINE QUEHL, Quilt Artist, Teacher, Dyer, Designer

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Summer Classes - Serendipity Strips and Curves

There are just a couple more spaces left in my "Quilting: Serendipity Strips and Curves" class at the Haliburton School of the Arts, July 23 - 27, 2012.  Haliburton is about two hours north of Toronto, in cottage country.  It is always a fun and inspiring time teaching or taking classes there, being totally immersed in your creative endeavours for an entire week, while learning new skills and meeting new friends.

Liberate yourself from the shackles of precision piecing and fly by the seat of your pants while producing original quilt designs using free-form strips and curves. You will be introduced to a different method of free-hand cutting and piecing each morning and shown a variety of options for using that method. The rest of the day will be available to cut, sew and work on your construction. Work from the previous day will be addressed for feedback and discussion on composition and design. There will be minimal measuring and little use of rulers!

Liberated Strip Piecing
Liberated Curved blocks
Free-Form Curves
Flip and Sew Curves

Combined Methods

More Flip and Sew Curves
Liberated Radial Piecing

Come and join the fun!

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