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Technique Sharing Workshops

Technique Sharing Workshops (TSW for short) are free, and take place at our guild meetings, beginning after the lunch break and lasting between 30 min. and 2 hours, depending on the topic. These workshops, led or taught by our own members on a volunteer basis, give our members a chance to share, learn and practice various special techniques related to quilting.

Please sign up for these demonstrations in advance, so that we may be sure to have the correct number of handouts, and plan for an appropriate space.

The Home Page Calendar includes the 2018 Technique Sharing Workshops. 

Previous TSW handouts are available on the Blog under the "TSW" , "Patterns" and "Mystery Quilt" categories.

If you have a technique you'd like to share, please let me know! I will have a sign-up sheet with the tentative dates schedule for TSW's in the back room.

Many Thanks!
~Jan Nilsen

Zippered Clear Plastic Bags with Janice Juul

Jan 18th, 2018 to Jan 18th, 2018

The bags are zippered clear plastic project bags. The bags can range in size from 16" x 1 6" to 6" x 6". Whatever size you need. The TSW will show you the tricks. No need to bring your sewing machine just stay and watch the process. These are handy for all kinds of things and great because you can see what is in them.

Instructions

 


Sew On Binding with Vicki David

Feb 15th, 2018 to Feb 15th, 2018

The quilting is done and now it’s time to put on the binding…..but Oh all that hand work! Well our binding expert has figured out how to do the bindings by machine and look beautiful.  Come and watch the demonstration and see how easy it is. You just might want this tool.

Handout


Y Seams with Janet Tonkin

Mar 1st, 2018 to Mar 1st, 2018

Have you avoided some of those beautiful quilt patterns because of Y seams and how hard it is to get those seams together with no lumps?

 Well, come and learn how it is done. Janet will show you her technique for fearless Y seams! Here is a sample of one of her beautiful quilts.

Handout