Please join us on Saturday, May 4th for the workshop with Rayna Gilman called Improvising with Rectangles.
Learn variations on this simple and clean shape. Using solids you will improvise the units and design on the wall.
Member early bird sign up S50 by April 1 / $60 after; Non-members $75
Register for the workshop.
Materials that you’ll bring to the workshop:
We will be working in solids, so bring yardage/fat quarters - whatever, in a range of colors.
a range of colors in dark, medium, light values
Neutrals (black, whites, grays, beige) in darks, mediums, lights. These are very handy to have.
To save time, pre-cut, in any colors you like, 12 rectangles 4"x6"
NOTE: black and white make it easy to experiment without checking values ahead, but any dark and light will work. If unsure, check values.
The Usual Suspects
Masking or blue painter's tape to attach batting to wall
a piece of batting approx 3’ x 4’ to use as a design wall
Iron (if not supplied by venue)
Ruler (even though you won't use it much)
pins (if you use them)
rotary cutter & mat
batting (in case you finish a small piece and want to quilt it)
*optional: fusibles if you use them