Friday, April 7, 2017

These tiny pieces of quilted art are so beautiful and no bigger than a postcard. In fact, that's what they are, postcards. They are great small projects that are quick, easy to make, collectible and make thoughtful personal gifts for friends. Sisters Quilting Collective will be having a demonstration and a speaker and we can learn to make these tiny works of art. The demo is 5:30pm Thursday, April 13th at the Oak Park Community Center, 3425 Martin Luther King Blvd. Sacramento CA. This workshop is open to everyone for a $3.00 fee and free to SQC members.

Below is a supply list if you would like to participate. Time is limited so please come early to get a good seat and we can start right at 5:30.

The paper will be supplied and samples will be available.
You will also need:
Elmer's  glue, scissors and scraps of fabric. You can bring your sewing machine but if one is not available you can still put the project together to be sewn at another time. If you are an SQC member and you haven't been in a while, what a great time to come back to try this fun project. For more information call Renae McClainwhite at 916-410-7234. See you Thursday.

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