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SU101 - Understanding the Rainbow

Sunday, May 23rd 2021 One day

From 8:00 am to 11:00 am

Faculty: Lee Chappell Monroe
Kit Fee $43.00

Fee $50.00

Class Type: Domestic Machine Work

Skill Level: All Levels

Description: Anyone intimidated by fabric selection? We will discuss the basics of color theory and how those concepts lead to better quilts! Students will leave armed with many tools for choosing colors and ideas for expanding their color palettes. Class will start with a lecture consisting of a full trunk show exploring different aspects of color theory in quilts. Then students will make a dresden color wheel. They will learn all the steps to make a dresden, from fabric selection to cutting to piecing. Multiple types of appliqué will be demonstrated, including blind machine, decorative machine and hand appliqué. Perfect for all level sewists; basic piecing skills required.

Kit: Optional Kit includes: 35- 4x10" pieces of fabric in a full rainbow of colors, Wonderfil Invisifil, Wonderfil Decobob

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