January 16, 2018 –
***Course held in THREE sessions, TWO HOURS each. Registration investment is for all three sessions.
Tuesday, January 16, 23, and 30th; 5:00-7:00 PM
$90 (class fee includes instruction. Students will receive a materials list after registration is complete) Class held in the Farmview Market Conference Room
Join mother-daughter team Jeannette Hart and Gay Rodriguez of Quilts by Hart for this perfect introduction to machine piecing and quilting with a project small enough to finish in three sessions! Bring your personal sewing machine for these exciting, hands-on lessons and learn the basics of machine quilting in time for winter creativity!
**Once you’ve registered, you’ll receive a materials list via email.
Space is limited in this class, so register early to reserve your seat!
*Farmview Schoolhouse classes often fill quickly; however, in the case of low enrollment, Schoolhouse events may be canceled or rescheduled. Register early to ensure you are not disappointed.
Please direct questions to Farmview Schoolhouse Coordinator, Angelina Bellebuono at [email protected]
Jeannette Hart/Gay Rodriguez (BIO)
Jeannette and Gay love to sew. Their quilting work is admired at their booth in the Farmview Farmer’s Market throughout the summer, and they are excited to share their experience and knowledge with students who want to learn and enjoy the art of quilting. Jeannette has been quilting for 60 years and has made hundreds of quilts, including quilts for Project Linus, which serves traumatized children in hospitals. Gay is a former teacher, so, together, they make the perfect teaching team. The duo wants to share their knowledge and welcome others to the art and craft of quilting.