Summer Youth: Make a Quilt (Age 10-14)

Fiber Arts, Youth

Summer Youth: Make a Quilt (Age 10-14)

Have fun learning some basic sewing skills and take your new quilt home at the end of the week.

 
Meeting Times
  1. Mon, 7/24/2023 9:00:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  2. Tue, 7/25/2023 9:00:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  3. Wed, 7/26/2023 9:00:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  4. Thur, 7/27/2023 9:00:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Mon, 7/24/2023 - Thur, 7/27/2023

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Type:
All Levels, Youth Ages 10-12, Class, Summer Youth, Youth Ages 12-14

Location:
Fiber Arts Studio

Interests:
Quilting, Sewing

About

We'll be making a strip quilt, which includes panels of fabric sewed together to create a pattern you design. Learn new skills like basic sewing machine use, straight-line stitching, "stitch-in-the-ditch" quilting technique, and attaching a binding.

Details

  • For students ages 10-14.
  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • Registration closes Monday, July 17
  • A materials fee of $40 is included in the price of the class and covers all materials. 

Registering Youth

  • New registrants: When you register, select Others Only in the "Who Are You Registering?" section. On the next page, Add New Registrant. Create an account for your child. The email address on their account must be unique. 
    •  The next time you register your child, you will be able to Search Registrants to select them.
  • Complete and return this minor permission form.
  • You may register your youth  for an optional supervised lunch hour from 12-1 pm for the duration of this class.

Project

The final project is a strip quilt with finished dimensions of about 40"x44". A variety of colors and patterns will be available and the participant will choose and design their own quilt.

Class Policies

  • If you have any questions,┬áplease email BARN Youth Program Coordinator, Sarah Jones at SarahJ@BainbridgeBARN.org.

Instructors or Guides

Nancy Heilman

Nancy Heilman dabbles in many things related to fiber arts. She has 35 years of experience working and having a blast with youth and teens. Mostly she finds writing about herself in the third person awkward.

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