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Beginning Appliqué Pots with Arlene - 1 Day Class

Learn the techniques and tips of appliqué with fiber artist Arlene Walsh in this beginning appliqué class where you will work on southwest pots to create your one-of-a-kind piece of art. From selecting colors & fabric, to fusing, stitching and embellishment, Arlene is a master and excellent instructor! A great beginner project, this southwest turned edge applique features three pots, a fused Kokopelli, bias work, and special buttons.  The wallhanging has a unique scalloped bottom for extra interest.  16" x 26".

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details:
Materials Included: Class supply list and optional pre-class homework instructions are available for pick-up at Quilt Central Studio for registered participants.
Instructor: Arlene Walsh
Instructor Bio: Arlene brings over fifty years of experience in quilt making and design to her classes. She started back when a quilt maker used cereal boxes as template material, but she was hooked. Back in Minnesota she began expanding by hand quilting for others as well a quilt repair. Her personal quilting began to take over when she discovered needle turn applique. What fun! Now she could draw a picture and put it into fabric. In 1994 she started Arlene Walsh Designs, a quilt pattern company that specialized in Southwest designs. Arlene has lectured and taught in shops and at guilds across the southwest until retirement in 2018. She lives in Green Valley with her husband, Larry, of 56 years. Quilt Central Studio is now her home away from home.
Class fee does not include necessary supplies and pattern.

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.