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Scheduled Classes

MEADOW ROSE QUILTING - 40 Harvest Glen Rise NE, Calgary

JUBILATION - BLOCK OF THE MONTH

What a happy explosion of color in the Block of the Month! It's a great skill-builder, where you will begin with one tool, then add 3 more tools throughout the 8-month program. If you are new to our tools, this is a great way to learn some of the basics. This quilt looks like it was set on point but it isn't - everything is assembled square. All this in a quilt that looks complex, but is easy to put together.


Each month we'll have an instructional and sew time and the option to stay and continue to sew. The cost includes instruction and printed color pattern.


I've had a request to offer this as a zoom class.  Let me know if you are interested.  I am sure we can set something up.  It would required you to sew a lot on your own, but would give you the  opportunity to sew in the comfort of your own space.

MEADOW ROSE QUILTING; 40 Harvest Glen Rise NE, Calgary

Tuesdays 9am-12noon, 1-4pm or 6-9pm (please choose time slot when registering 


Oct 17, Nov 21, Jan 16, Feb 20, Mar 19, Apr 16, May 21, Jun 18, July 16


STAR 60 BLOCK EXPLORATION

Each month we'll get together and work on a different technique using the Star 60 tool. Quilters can either work towards making a full quilt or turn each month's block exploration into a quilt on its own. There are a total of 17 sizes that can be made with this tool, but we'll work with a 4" unit option.


The first class will be an overview of the process and discussion of supplies you will need for each class. Tuesdays 1-4pm or 6-9pm (please choose time slot when registering Oct 17, Nov 21, Jan 16, Feb 20, Mar 19, Apr 16, May 21, Jun 18, July 16 $70 or $10 per month for published materials (space permitting)


To Register: allison.meadowrosequilts@gmail.com

Saturday, March 9; 9am-3pm


This class is offered at Never Done Quilting in Beiseker

FREE MOTION QUILTING - MOVING ON (ALL DAY)

If you joined me for the Let’s Get Started class or have some Free Motion Quilting experience and want to grow as a quilter, today is the day! 


We start with a review of the 5 Basic Shapes and move on to ways to combine them into more detailed designs. We'll also learn how to use the piecing inthe quilt to space designs for efficient quilting. And we'llalso learn how to quilt a basic tear drop feather.


· Review of the 5 basic shapes

· How to plan and stitch designs using the quilt piecing

· How to draw and stitch a tear drop feather – in all directions

· Gain confidence using your machine for Free Motion Quilting

MEADOW ROSE QUILTING; 40 Harvest Glen Rise NE, Calgary

Monday, April 1, 6-9pm.  $145 all supplies included.

EXPLORING COLOUR

Dyeing your own fabric is a little addictive and a whole lot of fun!  Every piece of dyed fabric is an exciting surprise.  Even though we will work with a limited dye palette, you’ll be amazed by the variety of colours that can be produced. We’ll be spending time learning and experimenting with colour theory. After dyeing, you’ll have a much better understanding of why certain colours work well with others. Get a taste of fabric dyeing in this introductory class.


Location: Meadow Rose Quilting Studio

Monday, April 8; 6-8:30pm  $125


BASICS OF LONGARM QUILTING

Does longarm quilting interest you, and you'd like to learn more about it? Or do you just want a review of longarm quilting basics? This class removes the mystery of longarm quilting by explaining machine and frame elements and features, how to load a quilit, and vital facts about thread, needles, and tension. Handi Quilter longarm machines and frame systems come in various sizes for every budget and are user-friendly because they are designed by a quilter, for quilters - just like you!

LOCATION TBD

Monday, April 22, 6-9pm; $145

COLOUR WHEEL - 2 WAYS

Continue the exciting process of Dyeing your own fabrics! In this class we'll focus on creating 2 colour wheels of dyed fabrics using 2 different dye colours. We'll look at some basic colour theory and after dying these 18 Fat Quarters, you'll have a better understanding of why certain colours work well with others.

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