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Machine Quilting with a walking foot


Machine quilt with your walking foot

























 Workshops are $45 for OQG member, non-member $50


Introduction to Machine Quilting

In this beginner course, our Guild’s own Karen Power will teach you how to quilt different patterns using your domestic sewing machine. You will learn how to use your walking foot (or dual feed) by practicing your technique on Nine Patch charity quilts that are prepared and ready to quilt.


As an added bonus, watch a live demo of different sandwiching techniques including basting, clamping, pinning and spraying.


Space is limited!! Sign up at the October meeting or email me at caren@intelliware.com.  This is going to be a GREAT class to learn a new technique or improve your skills!! You don’t want to miss this one!! 


Time: Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (bring your own lunch)

Location: Fiber Arts Room at QE Park (2302 Bridge Rd, Oakville) 


Supplies, please bring:

·       Sewing machine and walking foot

·       Your personal sewing supplies & tools

·       Masking tape, 1” or wider

·       Pen

·       Thread & bobbins

·       Extension cord and power bar

·       A coffee mug, your lunch, water bottle, etc.

·       Optional

·       Quilting gloves

·       9 patch quilt sandwich for your own sample to take home

We will provide:

·       Charity Quilts

·       Energy food – Coffee, Tea & Cookies




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