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Rose of Sharon Machine Applique

Course Price

$40

Thursday

3/23/23, 9:45 PM

Class Kit

Kit: $15 includes: Pattern and Instructions, Tear and Wash Stabilizer, Glue Bottle with Fine Metal Tip, Wooden cuticle sticks

Skill Level

Confident Beginner

About the Class

Enjoy beautiful, instant success in appliqué that will look hand done! If you have ever been overwhelmed by an appliqué project or have always wanted to try but were not quite sure about the handwork—then this is for you! Create the Classic Rose of Sharon Block. You  will be so hooked on this technique you will want to create enough for a whole quilt.
Dave’s Bernina will be providing 735/770 Bernina machines, 1/4” foot, stitch plate, bobbin and bobbin fill and needles


Fabric Requirements

1/2 yard light colored cotton for background 
Selection of small pieces (fat quarters work well) of assorted fabrics for applique. The sample we will work on will be a floral motif so choose colors for the main flower, stems, leaves, etc.

Class Supply List

Small travel iron if you own one (there will be some irons to share) 
Small ironing surface- you will want one close to your machine (there will be a few to share) 
Marking pencil or pen (air or water-soluble works great) 
Pencil for Tracing 
3-4 Elmer’s Washable Glue Sticks (I prefer white) 
Sewing thread to match background fabric 
Clear Mono-filament Thread- Sulky or Superior are my favorites (there will be some to purchase)

Rose of Sharon Machine Applique

Instructor

Carmen Geddes

Carmen Geddes brings her love of quilting
and people together for a fun day of
learning.
Enjoy her friendly, low-key approach and her
great quilting techniques. She was named
Teacher of the Year at HMQS.
She has taught at many quilt shows around
the country including Houston Quilt Festival
and Road to California.
Her quilts have been featured in Fons and
Porter Scrappy Quilts and Love of Quilting,
Quilter's Newsletter, and McCall's Quilting
and Embroidery magazines.
She has developed the Tensisters Piping Tool
and Tensisters Easy Piecing Grid. She is
author and publisher of four companion
books, “Ten Quilts for Ten Sisters”, """"Quilts for
Kids"""", “Seven Brothers Block Party”, and
“Around the Block Quilts”.
She has five children, twelve grandchildren
and resides in Spanish Fork, Utah with her
husband Patrick.
Teaching: Rose of Sharon Machine Applique, Embroidery Floral Quilt, and Bow Tie Table Runner

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