Sue loves quilting and enjoys teaching others to quilt where ever she’s called home! Now, she is delighted to be able to offer classes in Studio 2724.
Upcoming class information can be found on the Quilting with Sue, Quilting Classes tab on the right. There you will also see photos of ongoing and past classes where fun is always on the agenda.
*NOTE: After taking time off for knee replacement in the fall of 2017, Sue is once again gearing up to teach in Studio 2724. If there’s a class you’d like to see offered sooner, rather than later, contact Sue directly and let her know of your interest.
Quilting with Sue Studio Quilting Classes general information:
Space is limited, and available on a first come, first serve basis.
Classes require a sewing machine in good working order and a basic knowledge of how to use it.
Participants can expect to learn cutting, piecing, applique, quilting & embellishing techniques, as well as how to bind and “finish” a quilt with a hanging sleeve and a label, as projects dictate. A supply list for each class is provided so supplies can be acquired in advance of the first session. Advance payment reserves space in the class.
Frequent Class Topics cover:
Quilting Basics, including: fabric selections, rotary cutting, the 1/4 inch, piecing with precision, machine & hand applique, paper piecing, English paper piecing, settings, borders, bindings and other finishing techniques, hanging sleeves, and quilt labels.
Kaleidoscope Technique – Hexagons and Octagons
… just to name a few.
If you’d like Sue to come and teach a quilting class in your venue, just email her. It’s her pleasure to share her passion for quilting with quilters of all levels.
This is your link for Studio 2724 Teach-Demo-Talk Fee Schedule details.
Traveling Trunk Show Topics and Talks include:
Piece and comfort for the eye, heart, and soul.
Quilts and their stories.
Are you ready for a challenge?
English Paper Piecing
Rotary Cutting Basics
Free Motion Quilting
Lastly, it’s not often that Sue gets to see quilts made in a Quilting with Sue quilting class or quilts that she’s made in use in their “new home”, but here are some examples. Sharon W. sets a lovely table in both her dining and living rooms!