• Saturday
    January 14, 2017
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm
  • Saturday
    January 28, 2017
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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3 Saturdays – January 14, 21, and 28 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

Learn to make a landscape art quilt using raw edge appliqué.  During the workshop we’ll discuss and practice making a pattern, using double-sided fusible adhesive, fabric selection, layering, and various stitching techniques.

Experienced landscape quilters will receive guidance while working on a project of their choice.   Those new to landscape quilting will be encouraged to work on a 12 inch square quilt of a house.  A basic pattern will be provided or participants can bring an appropriately sized sketch/ large photograph of their own home.  Participants will be encouraged to add their own original embellishments.

Some sewing experience is necessary.


  • Sewing machine in working order, owner’s manual
  • 14” square of muslin
  • Freezer paper (available in the grocery store)
  • 1 yd. of Heat ‘N Bond, Steam a Seam, or Wonder Under double-sided fusible adhesive (I like Heat ‘N Bond)
  • Basic sewing supplies – scissors, pins, ruler, seam ripper, fabric marking pencil
  • Assorted spools of thread that match your fabrics (ie. several shades of green, blue, gray, brown, house color, white & black)
  • Bobbin threaded with white thread
  • Empty paper towel tube (optional) to roll and store quilt
  • Fabric – multiple pieces and small scraps of colors needed for your design (tone on tone works well)

For house:

Finished project size is 12” x 12” design + borders

    • Blues or grays for sky
    • Greens for leaves and grass
    • Browns for tree and soil
    • Brown or gray for fence fabric (vertical lines prints are great)
    • Grays (walkway, steps, windows, roofs)
    • House color (gray, white, tan, light brown, or maroon)
    • Small scrap of fabric for contrasting door, chimney
    • Small scraps of flower color fabrics
    • Finishing supplies (for last class or to complete at home)
      • Fabric for borders,  binding, and backing
      • Cotton batting



137 Gifford Street, Falmouth, Massachusetts, 02541, United States