Are you a quilter with a project or design in mind but don’t know where to start? Do you need a new idea for your next quilt, border design, or way to set your blocks? The class goals are to help you find solutions for moving your quilt to completion while learning as you go. Bring a project or two, at any stage, that you’d like assistance with. We will focus on the different steps or “how to’s” for making a quilt top, then advance your skills to the next level by working on small samples which you’ll be able to transfer to current and future projects. Sewing machine in good working order if you are doing your project by machine.
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.