Our next workshop will be on Free Motion Quilting techniques, taught by Lynne Fanthorpe from the Fraser Valley Quilt Guild.
Lynne will be teaching beginner FMQ techniques. Whether you’ve never taken a class or you’ve taken a class and since forgotten, Lynne will be sharing her experience.
Here’s Lynne’s bio:
I have been sewing since I was 7, buying my first machine at 12. I didn’t start to quilting until 1994. For the first few quilts I did straight line quilting with my walking food. My first attempt at free motion was when I realized I couldn’t turn a quilt to continue stitching so I dropped the feed dogs and free motion quilted in the ditch. That was about 1998 and I have free motion quilted ever since. I began teaching in 2007 when our guild set up a free motion mentorship program. I have spoken at most of the guilds in the lower mainland and have taught from Powell River to Victoria and all over the lower mainland. I love teaching people to quilt because for me it is the best part, or maybe just the most fun, of quilt making.
Every time someone suggested a FMQ workshop, someone else would suggest Lynne, so we’re very excited to have her teach for us! The class will be limited to 15 people, so that everyone can get some hands on assistance.
When: Sunday, November 22, 2015
Where: Room C, Croatian Cultural Centre
Cost: $45 for members, $50 for non-members
Sign-up: This workshop is currently full (as of Sept 29/15). Please email Amy at amy AT vancouvermodernquiltguild DOT ca to be added to the wait list. Sign ups are open to members at this time, the class will be open for non-members after our October meeting (if any spaces have opened up).