Seminole Patchwork, 1/26

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Seminole Patchwork, 1/26

95.00

with Barbara Beccio

Friday January 26th, 7-9:30

Limit 10 students

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Using Seminole Patchwork Principles and Designs, we will explore changing the scale of the original Patterns as well as combining print fabrics to make your own personal designs. Learn this great technique for Patchwork that makes your Patchwork projects easy and fast! You will make 3-4 different Patchwork pieces that could be used to make a Tote Bag, Pillow Cover, Zip Pouch, or apply pieces to existing clothing!

Supply List to bring to class:

- Good Sharp Scissors for fabric (if you are left handed, bring left-handed shears).

- Straight Pins - Dritz Quilting Pins are a good all-round pin. They have a gold color head.

- 2” x 18” clear plastic ruler with 1/8” increments - Collins Quilt and Sew Ruler 

- Assorted Fabrics that you would like to use for your Patchwork (Barbara will also bring many different fabrics to play with)

- Hand Sewing Needles – Sharps – Size 7

- Chalk - I recommend Clover Triangle Tailors's Chalk

Actively teaching since 1988, Barbara Beccio is also an award-winning doll designer who brings her inventive and inquisitive spirit to her sewing classes, workshops in costuming, doll and mask-making, and sculpture. She brings her knowledge of clothing construction and textiles as well as many costuming techniques, to the classes that she teaches. Currently, she teaches adult as well as children’s sewing classes around the Bay Area. Having taught classes from pre-school to college as well as adult classes, she is able to bring versatility and creativity to a wide range of educational situations. Read more about Barbara HERE and @barbarabsewinginstructor