Drafting is an important process that allows you to change the size of a block or individualize quiltmaking in a way that fits you. There are two goals for this class: First, to find the ‘first step’ ideas and solutions for one or two quilt projects that you bring to class. Ellen will work with you to help move them to completion. Second, we’ll take the mystery out of the process of drafting, so you can acquire the confidence and skill to bring your design ideas from thought to reality. Learning to draft will fuel your creative freedom. Sewing machine in good working order required, unless working by hand.
Ellen Graf ‘found’ quilting in 1992. Since then, her quilts have been featured in magazines and won awards. She had great fun going online as a featured guest on Mary Fons’ show, Quilty. Ellen is active in organizing the Washington Island community to make quilts for the Quilts Of Valor program. Her focus is to encourage individual creativity and technique, empowering students to say “I can do it,” while having fun along the way.No tags for this post.