Rocky Mountain Table Runner Create a beautiful handmade table runner while learning the fundamentals of quilting! This fun and practical project sews up really quickly, and is a great stash buster as the pattern calls for 2 1/2” strips of quilting cotton.
Plan out your design using coordinating fabrics for an elegant look, or mix and match fabrics from your stash for a scrappy chabby-chic vibe—the Rocky Mountain Table Runner will look beautiful either way!
In this class you will learn to - Cut accurate angle cuts, piece your fabric, alter your pattern as needed, Sandwich your quilt, quilt, and bind!
Instructor - Victoria
Skill level — Beginner Friendly (must know how to use their machine)
When — This is a two part class
August 9th and August 16th 6:00-9:00 (3 hour class 2 times)
Where - 3290 Shea Rd Richmond, Ontario
Supplies (students save 10% on fabric purchase)
About instructor -
Victoria has been obsessed with crafting for as long as she can remember. Growing up in Northern Ontario, she was constantly surrounded by creativity, whether it was her mom knitting or doing cross-stitch, or her Nana sewing up a quilt or beading something pretty...so really, it surprised no one that she grew up to be a maker herself! Recently, Victoria has developed an interest in teaching, hoping to inspire others to foster their own creativity! When she isn’t working as a data manager/stats geek by day, she’s spending time with her sweet little boy and awesome husband—never far away from her sewing machine or a set of knitting needles!
Instructor will be in contact closer to date.
***We ask that you bring your own machine and make sure it is in working order. Please note if you do not have a machine that is ok but please make note when checking out so we can reserve one for you.***