Dates: April 11-12, 2020
Class Times: Sat 9am-4pm; Sun 9am-2:30pm
Instructor: Margaret Sheehan
If you have ever asked yourself, “How did they do that?”, this class is for you. In this class you will learn a variety of methods to alter, enhance and design your own art quilts. Come prepared to move out of your comfort zone and into a design zone. We will cover; reverse applique, couching, satin stitch, using fusibles and stabilizers, attaching non-cottons, and cutting the whole thing up. These methods can be used in scrapbooking and mixed media as well.
Materials Fee: $10
About the Instructor:
Margaret M. Sheehan earned her BFA from UArts, Philadelphia and has been a fiber artist and teacher for 25+ years. She is a juried fiber artist in the League of NH Craftsmen. Margaret enjoys experimenting and allows her original work to emanate from a place deep within her. Her work features spirals, wavy lines, fabric paint, stamping and an assortment of fiber textures. She is currently writing a book with Michele O’Neil Kincaid about transitioning from traditional patterns into art quilts. Margaret lives in Hanover, NH.