Join us for a one day class exploring the fabric collage technique used by the Laura Heine patterns. This will be a collaborative time to play and explore for the day as we work on our fabric collage projects. In this class we will dive into color, value and contrast through fabric to add dimensions to a quilt top that is a whirlwind of color, shapes, and designs! We politely ask and encourage you to purchase the materials you need for this workshop at Quilted Joy so we can continue to add fun and unique class offerings. If you aren’t sure we carry what you’re looking for, please give us a call at (502) 718-7148. To ensure everyone will have all the materials they need, Angela will schedule a short meeting with all of the participants prior to the workshop. Bring a sack lunch if desired. We will limit the workshop to the first 8 people due to space needed. Facilitated by Angela Huffman.
Supply List (if possible, please purchase at Quilted Joy)
- Laura Heine Pattern of your choice
- 5 yards of Steam a Seam 2 (you can get this when you come for the workshop)
- Applique Pressing Sheet
- Loads of floral fabrics for your collage. You’ll be fussy cutting the flowers/motifs you want to showcase so bring lots of different fabrics to increase the diversity of your colors/flowers. The more the better as you’ll need more choices than you think. You’ll want all different sizes of flowers too – large, medium, small. You need a little bit of a lot of fabric!
- Desired background fabric. Our wide backs are the perfect choice for this (like this one and this one!) but each of her patterns requires a different amount so check the pattern. You can wait to get this until after you have finished your animal.
- Pattern Ease or Swedish Tracing Paper (You can get this when you come)
- Great pair of smallish scissors. Ones with a micro serrated blade are perfect. (Take a look at the ones we carry)
- Fabric Fuse adhesive
- sack lunch
Click here to see our Quilted Joy class policies. Fabric Collage the Laura Heine Way is categorized as a “class” for our policies.