NOTE: Materials fees are required for some workshops. These fees are paid directly to faculty and are not part of your registration fee. Materials Fee: 0 Fee Details: 0
Required Supplies: • ‘Tilted Tiles’ pattern, free to MQG members, available as a downloadable pdf from the MQG Website. It will be the responsibility of the participant to download their own copy of the pattern, instructions below. If you are not an MQG member please contact us at email@example.com
• Four ½ yards of fabric in solids, patterns or prints; participants are strongly encouraged to pre-cut their fabric prior to the workshop, Charles will supply a guide to fabric choices with alternate cutting instructions for making a four-color 36” x 36” wall hanging or 18” x 72” table runner, approximately 2 month in advance of the workshop. Optional Supplies: 9 1⁄2", and 6 1⁄2" square quilting rulers are recommended but not required.
12 1⁄2" square quilting ruler are highly reccomended but shared 15" square rulers will be provided in class. Prep Requirements: Please read through the 'Tilted Tiles' pattern prior to the workshop.
Using four 1/2 yards of fabric, participants will progress toward making a four-color 36” x 36” wall handing or 18” x 72” table runner of their own.
Charles will supply cutting instructions for workshop participant approximately 2 month in advance of the workshop. Participants will cut the same pieces from each of their 4 fabrics.
Please come to the workshop with all fabric cut and labeled. This will allow us to maximize our instruction and sewing time.
Supply Kit URL: Please download a copy of the 'Tilted Tiles' quilt pattern from the MQG website: https://www.themodernquiltguild.com/resource/tilted-tiles/
If you are not an MQG member please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Desiring to make an improv quilt, but not quite ready to give up your ruler and control? Try semi-improv with Charles! In this workshop, students will mix and match modular subunits in different orientations and with different color value combinations to create variety and depth for a wall hanging or table runner, using a ruler in every step. Individual blocks will be constructed larger than required, then trimmed improv-style to create movement in the final project. Students will learn how to make different types of colors and prints work in this piecing style, as well as consider multiple layout options to optimize the final design. Sewing machines provided!