Tuesday, Apr 7 | 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Agi Hall


Session 2 of 2
Session 1 of 2 on April 5th

Nervous about making the leap to improv piecing? Fear not, help is here! It’s all about fun, it’s thinking & creating outside the box and it’s using what you are already good at. In this two-day workshop, Cathie Ugrin will guide you through the process of cutting and piecing fat quarter fabrics to create a unique piece of art. Included is an informative, custom-designed classroom session to talk about design, colour, thread and finishing ideas. This workshop is geared toward intermediate level fabric artists.

Cathie Ugrin is a Manitoba based fabric artist whose work is characterized by a rich, inventive use of colour and unique approach to geometrical design.

www.cathieugrin.com

14+ | $150

Students should bring: 6 fat quarters, a sewing machine, usual sewing supplies – rotary cutter, medium cutting board, ruler, thread, needles, scissors, seam ripper, etc., a small iron and ironing mat (optional). A bagged lunch and water.