Saturday, June 5, 11am - 12pm // Ages 10 and up
Artist Maggie Muth will teach students how to hand-piece a four patch with curves using fabric scraps. Projects can be transformed into a pillow, a bag, a clothing patch, or a small quilt!
Maggie Muth has a BFA in Painting (with a minor in drawing) from Maine College of Art, and a two year certificate in Stitched Textiles from the Opus School of Textile Arts in the UK. She has been a life-long stitcher and has taught classes at Maine Fiber Arts, Port Fiber and Mayo Street Arts, the American Visionary Art Museum, as well as overseas. Look for her on-line classes through MECA.edu/cs. She is the Founder and Director of the open itinerant stitching space for all: #stitchHIVE. Maggie has made a quilt for each of her nine siblings and their children, as well as her own children and six grandkids.
A variety of dark and light woven cotton (no t-shirts) fabric scraps from old clothing, sheets, friends. Scraps must be at least 8” square.
Cereal (or other food) box
12-15 straight pins
Pencil or thin marker
1 piece white chalk or light marker
Two different sizes of round objects (bowl or plastic lid)
Spool of thread
Small sewing needle
Two different colors of embroidery floss (light and dark)
Utility knife (not necessary, but may be helpful)
Registration Fee $5 per student. Register here: https://checkout.square.site/merchant/MRJNJ48JMPX52/checkout/ROFJ7CQT4HBS7KLYEKJRPSZI
Please include the email address you would like the zoom link sent to - and the student name in the shipping information section at check out.