Join us on January 26th for our first workshop of 2019 led by our very own Melanie and Amy.
Melanie will be teaching Creative Walking Foot: You don’t need to be a free motion master to make beautiful designs and texture on your quilts– you just need your walking foot and a little creativity! We’ll explore techniques to create both planned and improvised angles and waves, then make mini quilts that can be used for placemats or pillows. Along the way, we’ll discuss technique and strategy for applying these techniques to bigger projects.
Creative Walking Foot for NJMQG member
Amy will be teaching the Clear Boxy Pouch by Aneela Hoey: You will learn tips for working with vinyl and zippers. The Boxy Clear Pouch has a see through front pouch so you are able to view contents at a glance. The bag has a sturdy box shaped base with spacious interior.
Clear Boxy Pouch for NJMQG member
Join us for our first workshop of 2019. If you have any questions, email Crista & Jackie at firstname.lastname@example.org
At our last meeting we voted on 3 possibilities for our market tote exchange. Here is the link to our winner:
If you can move your hands together up and down and side to side, you can free motion quilt! Spend Saturday November 3rd with the NJMQG learning basic free motion quilting. Our member lead workshop will be taught by Jackie Laba. The workshop will demonstrate techniques of basic free motion quilting and help you practice and build your confidence.
Spend Saturday November 3rd with the NJMQG and learn sometime new.
The workshop will be held at the Community Church of Cedar Grove: 65 Bowden Ave, Cedar Grove, NJ on Saturday November 3rd from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Beginning Free Motion Workshop
Jackie Laba: After teaching English for nearly 30 years, Jackie returned to her first love, quilting 5 years ago. Jackie has embraced this strange new world of “modern” quilting with rotary cutters, chain piecing, negative space and free motion quilting.