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A continuing of the Art Quilt In the Attic Series In this session we will play with ?fractured? applique designs that will be prepared with adhesive, cut apart, and fused down in a sort of mosaic style arrangement. After fusing you will add decorative edge stitching and quilting to the project.

Cost: $ 25.00
Helene Knott joins us on first Tuesdays to help you with your projects.

Cost: $ 15.00
If you sew, sooner or later you end up with stray buttons. They may be a couple left over from a garment project or something you inherited from your grandmother's sewing basket; some quilters actually collect unusual or antique buttons. Most of the time, you end up with an assortment of different buttons that don't match. What to do with them? They can be worked into a Crazy Quilt, if that's your cup of tea or you can make this lovely embroidered medallion sampler with stitches that embrace each button in a delicate frame hand embroidered on a ground of appliqued wool. Though they appear intricate, the embroidery is made up of simple compounded stitches.

Cost: $ 45.00
Please let us know you are coming so Carol has an idea of attendance. Carol will be at the shop to help anyone with their unfinished Judy Niemeyer projects.

Cost: $ 25.00
This design incorporates both applique and strip piecing. You may choose fused or raw edged machine applique to render the applique part of the design; if you prefer to applique by hand bring whatever supplies and tools needed for your favorite method of hand applique. It's best to choose a method you are comfortable with or that falls within your abilities. You must also be comfortable with a rotary cutter and able to sew accurate 1/4" seams. Strip piecing the reflection is the most difficult part of the quilt construction and there are a couple of different methods of doing this that will be presented in class.

Cost: $ 65.00
The Water Lily design was created using a series of mixer blocks from the Cattail Wall Quilt Mixer series designed by Judy and Bradley Niemeyer, from It includes three sections referred to as Groups A, B, and C and these Group sizes have been standardized so that you can use interchangeable blocks in each space. The Units selected for this quilt were named Ribbon Star, Moon Flower, and Star Point Border. You may color the pattern in Quiltster.

Cost: $ 120.00