Improvisational Split Log Cabin Quilt Class - Coming Soon!
Instructor: Stacey Sharman
Spend the day in our light filled studio making a new quilt!
Did you see the Gee's Bend Quilt exhibit and love the unexpected patterns and color combinations? Do you find the idea of lining up seams and perfect points a bit tiresome? Then try this class that will teach you how to piece your own “improvisational” split log-cabin quilt. You don’t need to worry too much about cutting fabric the right size or sewing perfect seams.
This class is good for beginner through advanced sewers.
- Rotary cutter
- Cutting mat
- Rotary Cutting Ruler
- Sewing Machine – we will be sewing in class, so please bring your machine!*
- Basic sewing supplies like small scissors, thread, pins, etc.
* If you need to rent a sewing machine for use during class, please add Sewing Machine Rental to your cart along with your class. Call the shop with any questions at 510-595-8372.
- 2 Main fabrics (this is a great quilt for solids!)
- Dark fabric – 2 yards
- Light fabric – 2 yards
- Additional accent fabrics (pick one or two, if you wish) – ¼ yd.
Note about buying fabric for this quilt: The yardage requirements listed above are very general. This quilt is all about improvisation, so running out of a particular fabric is an opportunity for fun play, not a disaster!
Students receive 15% off class materials.
1 session / 5 hours
Date: Coming Soon!
Time: 12-5 pm
Teacher Bio: Stacey Sharman
Stacey fell in love with needles and thread when she was in her teens and has been sewing something ever since. After dabbling with fashion and home decor sewing, she fell head over heels into the world of quilt-making. She finds the most satisfying thing about making quilts is creating useable art that will also be cherished and remembered, possibly for generations. She is a textile addict and takes great pleasure in getting to play with different colors, textures, and designs. Most of all, she likes to have fun with fabric and gets excited about cutting big pieces of cloth into little pieces and then sewing them back together again.