With Lynn Davis – Beginner Friendly

Sunday, August 9th, 9am – 4pm and Monday, August 17th, 6-9pm

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About the Class

Ages 16 and up

Beginner Friendly

Use your scraps to make 12 1/2 inch wonky stars for an easy quilted throw using the quilt-as-you-go-method.

There will be a 45 minute lunch break on Sunday, so you may bring a bag lunch or go out.

What you need to bring:

Block Fabric:  Bring all of your scraps to use and swap with the others.  These colored scraps will make the star.  For the background of each block, you may use all of your neutral scraps or bring approximately 2 yards of a neutral fabric.  (The instructor will also have plenty of colored scraps to share if you don’t have your own scrap collection yet)

Front Joining strips:  1/2 yard fabric

Backing Fabric and Back Joining strips:  4 1/2 yards fabric

Batting:  Twin sized package of batting.

Binding:  1/2 yard fabric

Thread:  2 neutral colors for piecing and 2-3 in color of choice for quilting.


Curved quilting safety pins

Sewing Machine. (If you do not have a sewing machine, FACES does have a limited number of sewing machines. Please email info@fiberartscenter.com to confirm if one is available for you to use.)

Helpful but optional: rotary cutter, seam ripper, cutting mat, 6 x 24 inch ruler, iron, ironing pad.

Class Fee $30

About Your Teacher, Lynn Davis

Lynn Davis has had a love for many fiber arts since childhood.  Quilts are particularly special to her for their rich history and tradition of being stitched with love and out of necessity to keep a family warm.  Lynn’s personal journey with quilts began in 2010 when she joined a local quilt guild.  Her favorite quilts to make are one that are fast, fun and done.  She now enjoys sharing the tips and techniques that she has tried with others, especially beginners, who want to tell their own quilt.