STORES HOURSShop Hours Wednesday through Saturday 10 - 5
Fabulous Freedom Class
Save $ -60.00
This class will be held at The Stitchin Den. Please call the shop if you want a zoom link for remote attendance.
You must purchase the class and the kit to participate.
Instructor and Designer: Dana Jones
Instructor Fee: $60 per student, materials purchased from The Stitchin Den
Number of Sessions: 1
Dates: Friday, June 24, 2022
Time: 10:00 am to 2:30 pm, bring your own lunch
Class Size: 8
Class Description: A table runner class with no ruler cutting and piecing curved cuts.
Tired of straight cuts? This class gets you away from straight lines. The Warehouse District fabric kit adds additional movement and color play.
Prerequisite skills: In order for you to feel comfortable in the class, students should know how to use a rotary cutter and sewing machine. We have four classroom machines, please RSVP if you'd like to use one of ours. Class in also available on Zoom.
Purchase the class and receive 15% discount on the class supplies listed below.
Use discount code FREEDOM15 at checkout. Discounts cannot be combined with our reward points.
Students may want to bring a chair cushion to raise their height at the table. The Stitchin’ Den will provide ironing board and iron,
Class Outcome: Students will learn how to create a beautiful pieced runner with curved cuts, movement and color play.
Dana E. Jones, a quiltmaker, author, editor and photographer from Gilpin County, Colorado, began quilting almost 20 years ago. She is a former editor of Quilters Newsletterand the SAQA(Studio Art Quilt Associates) Journal; has spoken and taught at quilt guilds, museums and shops across the United States. She has written articles and designed patterns for quilt magazines, including Quilters Newsletter, McCall’s Quilting, Quick Quilts, The Quilt Live, Quilts With Styleand Quiltmaker. She has recorded how-to videos for TN Marketing, which is now Craftsy/National Quilters Circle. Dana is author of Pagtinabangay: The Quilts and Quiltmakers of Caohagan Island.She is a member of Quirky Quilters in Nederland and second vice president for programs for Colorado Quilting Council. Her quilts have been exhibited at Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum and through the American Quilt Study Group. Dana was 2012 artist in residence at the library in Gilpin County, where she did a dozen programs and workshops on quilting for adults and children, and teaches quilt-themed workshops for children at Grand Mesa Arts and Events Center in Cedaredge.