Light of May by Krista Hennebury, machine pieced and machine quilted. Structural Improv workshop sample.
Structural Improv: 2-day workshop, Friday & Saturday, April 28-29, 2017
Do you quilt under the influence of traditional methods and rules? Do you thrive on pointy points and perfectly square corners but secretly wish you could embrace the creative freedom of this wonky, improvisational business? If your answer is yes, then this class is for you! Starting with 5” charm squares, Krista will teach you her fun and fast piecing method that utilizes your traditional piecing and rotary cutting skills to create wonky strip units. There’s no pre-cutting of random strips, no stack ‘n whack, no free-cutting with scissors. You’ll be supported by Krista and fellow classmates as you design a table runner, wall hanging, or lap quilt with your improv units. Krista provides a relaxed, fun and encouraging environment to explore ideas and make your very own original quilt.
Krista has had rave reviews as a teacher, this is a wonderful opportunity for our Guild. Please let any quilting friends know about this workshop, we encourage non-members to join us ($75 for the 2 day workshop)
You can register with Marjorie Skinner at firstname.lastname@example.org or at the meeting tomorrow night. Be brave – try something new!!
Don't miss a wonderful opportunity to take a workshop with Krista. The workshop is open to Guild members and non-members. See more of Krista's work here. We are so excited to welcome Krista to Nova Scotia!