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Friday, 9 January 2015

Raw Edge Circle Appliqué Quilt


Always wanted to master applique?
Raw Edge applique is one quick and easy method and a great introduction to this technique that I'll be teaching next week in my one day class in Manhattan.

Circle Appliqué Quilt- $70

Saturday, 17 January 2015 - 11.00 am to 5.00 pm, The City Quilter, Manhattan


Learn to cut perfect circles and add them to a whole cloth quilt base using a raw edge applique method, then machine quilt to finish your baby/lap quilt By the end of the afternoon you could even be ready to bind your finished baby/lap quilt.  

Open to anyone who knows how to use a rotary cutter and sewing machine and can sew a straight seam.

Email madebyChrissieD@hotmail.com for location and registration details.



Here's pics of my class sample, currently on display in the store.


Fabrics:

Tools:
Circle Savvy Ruler by Creative Grids.


The class was inspired by my Foxy Circle Quilt donated to charity earlier this year and which had a great response via social media and in store.


If you live in the greater New York area or are making a quick visit to the Big Apple, why not join in one of my classes?



You can find details of all Spring 2015 classes I'm teaching via the 'My Classes' link in the side bar or by clicking the link button below.




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24 comments:

  1. I love this circular beauty! Raw edge applique is the only applique I can do.

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  2. Lovely quilt Chrissie, if only I lived nearer!

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  3. Lovely! It's a shame I'm so far away, I would love to make a quilt with dots! Have fun with your class.

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  4. I really love this quilt! Too bad I don't live near you. :(

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  5. So cool. Almost makes me want to make another quilt...almost.

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  6. I love this quilt . . . I have never tried circles before, but you make it look like a lot of fun!
    I love you fabric and color choice, too.
    Connie :)

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  7. Circles are so satisfying, aren't they? Like the binding on the blue...

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  8. Like this quilt. Love circles - I also like raw edge applique nice job!

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  9. This looks awesome, Chrissie! If I'm ever in NYC, you can bet I'll let you know. I'd love to take one of your classes!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  10. Cute! I love how the fabric's the star in this quick project. www.quiltartbymegan.com

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  11. Another absolute beauty! I love everything about this quilt.

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  12. LOVE this quilt!! That border really sets off the circle fabrics! Thank you for sharing!

    Nini~

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  13. Love this quilt! You certainly are one busy lady!

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  14. This is a lovely quilt and great binding choice!

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  15. It's a very cool design - I love how it looks on the back too!

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  16. So excited that you shared so many beautiful projects on Fabulous Friday,.
    love this quilt.

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  17. This is beautiful! I love the simplicity yet the cheerful colors of it all! Thanks so much for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty - we hope to see you again next week!

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  18. Beautiful! I've never heard of this appliqué technique but might be able to manage it. Wish is was closer! I'd love to take this class.

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  19. I love this, it has such a modern vibe - Just gorgeous!

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