Front Porch teacher Diane Cluck leads a workshop on how to make a Cathedral Window Quilt. This traditional quilting form has no batting, can be applied across a broad range of projects (totes, pillows, wall-hangings, coverlets) and is stunning in its effect. While it’s possible to make a Cathedral Window Quilt by machine, Diane will be teaching how to quilt by hand using just straight stitch and whip stitch.
The workshop is free, with a $5 materials fee unless one wishes to bring their own supplies. Materials fee covers the cost of a yard of muslin, a quilting needle and spool of quilting thread. Any additional donations will be accepted on behalf of The Front Porch.
Please bring your own colored fabric—odds and ends for practicing the technique (old clothing, fabric scraps, etc) or fabric you’d like to use for starting your project. Additional fabric will be available for community use. Other helpful items to bring: an iron and a pair of scissors. We’ll have at least one iron and a few scissors available, though having more on hand will help keep our process moving along!