Basic Skills Classes
The talented members of the Moonlight Quilters of Sonoma County share their skills in four classes each year.
These classes are FREE to members!
These fun and informative classes are held from 10:00 am
to 3:30 pm at Village Sewing Center in Santa Rosa.
Classes cover such topics as:
applique: machine or hand
machine piecing or quilting
specific block patterns
These workshops are a fun way to get to know your fellow MQSC members, learn a new skill, or brush up on something you haven’t done for a while.
Upcoming Basic Skills Workshops
Additional details will be posted in the Newsletter. We will also send out eBlasts regarding signing up for the classes as they become available.
August 28, 2021 - 10AM
60 degree triangles - Dena Harding
Some people find triangles a major stumbling block, but I find 60 degree triangles especially fun. They are so versatile and can really add some pizzazz to your quilts. In this class we will be playing with 60 degree triangles, looking at the different ways you can put them together whether in borders or blocks and finally arranging your blocks into a lovely table runner. Download the supply list here.
This is an in-person class!
Braids in a Nutshell - Denise Ragozzino
Machine Binding - Trina Jahnsen
Y-Seams - Karen Bolan
Tee Shirt Dust Mop Head, Marilyn Lira
Crazy Geese Borders, Linda Lampsen
Mitered Binding with Multiple Colors, Alys Hay
Two Methods to Make Awesome 1/4" Borders, Robin Dieter
Free Motion Quilting, Karen Bolan
Designing A Great Quilt Border, Joanne Thomas & Trina Jahnsen
Four Flying Geese Units From Only 2 Squares, Mary Flynn
Quilt-As-You-Go Log Cabin Potholders/Hot Pads, Gina S-Calhoun
Constructing Fabric Postcards, Karen Derrick