Quilt classes are the new quilting bee! Quilts today are fashionable and sought after upscale decor and a recognized art form. Small quilt squares can be used as wall hangings and larger quilts as wall murals in designer homes. Increase your overall understanding of quilting terms and processes as you build upon your quilting skills. Traditional as well as contemporary approaches to quilting will be explored. Beginning students will finish one quilt block, which can then be turned into a pillow, a quillow (quilt in a pillow), a small wall hanging or the beginning of a larger quilt. Work will be done by hand and on college-provided sewing machines. Both beginners and established quilters are welcome in this class!

Note Students responsible for purchasing supplies. A supply list provided in the first class.

HMK 8397 - 41
Levine Campus
CEUs: 1.80
Contact Hours: 18.0
Synonym: 30730
Tuition: $145.00
Term: Spring 2015 (3/19/2015 5/7/2015)
Format: Classroom/Lab
Meets: Th 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM in Levine Campus 1218 - Class
Instructor: Reynolds
Note: Class will not meet 04/02, 4/9.