In this collection I have used two triangle shapes that represent Navigation. The smaller triangle represents the sail of a sailboat. Used to guide a boat on its course to the desired destination. The larger triangle paired in sets of two to represent the historical quilt block, Flying Geese. This block design was used during the Underground Railroad to signal a safe haven for those who escaped slavery on their way to the North and to freedom.
What we believe will determines our results. So, if you can cultivate your thoughts you can create beliefs that lead to your desired outcome.
Instructor: Naila Janzen (instructor bio: Meet Rox … – Rox Creative)
Date: Wednesday, July 13 & 20
Time: 6pm – 8:30 pm
Registration Fee: $80 or $70 for MCML Members
Kit Supplies: $50 (paid to MCML)
1.5 yards of cotton fabric for the front background, cushion back and quilt top backing
4 accent colours – fat quarter each
Metal Snap Closures
Required tools provided by participants
- Sewing machine (striaght, overedge or zigzag capable), and operating supplies
- Rotary Cutter
- Safety pins
- White or complimentary thread
- Thread snips
- Fabric scoring tool or butter knife
- 12”/12.5” square acrylic ruler
- 6.5” x 24.5” acrylic ruler
Beginner / Intermediate
Basic sewing skills
Participants must be able to competently use their sewing machine
Prior quilting experience not necessary
Covid-19 Protocols: Face masks will be required while participating in the workshop.
*Payment is required as soon as possible to complete your registration. Payment is non-refundable.