THURSDAY, Oct. 25th, 2018: FULL DAY CLASS 9 AM to 12 PM and 2 PM to 5 PM
Starting with your own sharp photo of a pet,
flower, or landscape, I'll teach you how to make a pattern for quilt that is uniquely
Through discussion of each student's project, we'll
touch on perspective, level of detail needed to communicate an image, what
needs to be included in the pattern and what may be added later through fabric
selection or with quilting, embroidery, pens, or paint.
At the end of the day, we will discuss how to use
the pattern to make a quilt.
NOTE: Students who complete a pattern in this
class may wish to take Betsy’s workshop "Piecing a Picture Quilt".
Please send me (email@example.com) your photo
1/2” x 11” sharp color photo of your subject (a pet, a flower, or landscape;
this technique is not suitable for human faces).
(easier to work with) or black and white (less expensive) copy of your photo
enlarged to full size of quilt
sharpener, and eraser
or more different color highlighters
fine point Sharpie (brand and size are both important!)
paper, enough to cover the surface of your enlarged photo
tape or blue painters’ tape.
- light box
fee ($5) covers:
- tracing paper
- shared use of instructor’s light boxes
About the Instructor: Betsy
Habich has had several of her picture-quilts juried into the IQA/Houston and
AQS/Paducah Shows, the Machine Quilters Expo (MQX), and Quilters
Gathering. Her work has been awarded
yellow and red ribbons at the Vermont Quilt Festival, a blue ribbon in Color Compatibility at The Gathering, a
Teachers Choice Award at MQX, as well as a 1st at the Northeast
Quilt Festival. In addition, she has had several one-woman shows at local quilt
shows, shops, and libraries. She is a
self-confessed fabricaholic and cat person, though she has also been known to
play with dogs!