Hawaiian Quilting

Description of Class:

You don’t need to fly to Hawaii to learn this skill.  Come join us and we will teach you to cut your own snowflake style applique and begin to sew it.  As you listen to the music of the islands, we will also share the history of Hawaiian quilting as well as the stories of their quilts and quilters.  Our goal is to help each of you stitch your own mana (the quilter’s soul) into your pillow/wall hanging.

Teacher: Julie Kaleikini and Pauline Vogel
Contact Info: (801)259-1659 Email:   jkaleikini@q.com
Finished Size:  22 in. X 22 in.
Skill Level: All Skill Levels
Class Time: Saturday April 9th 8:30-11:30am

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Fabric Requirements:

One 22” square of fabric for the background,
One 22” square of fabric for the applique.
For a traditional look use red & white, red & yellow, purple & white (solid colors).
If you want a more contemporary project, batiks are wonderful.
Choose 2 with a nice contrast.

Supplies needed:

Basic Sewing Kit (straight pins, fabric scissors, paper scissors, needles, thread, notebook, pen/pencils, 18” ruler, rotary cutter, cutting mat, iron, and of course chocolate)
No machine required.
Thread to match your applique fabric, contrasting thread for basting.
A pair of very sharp scissors for cutting (8 layers of fabric)


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