Friday, October 22, 2021 11am to 2pm
About this Event
Come join Ellen M. Blalock for our last workshop and have fun making a quilt square for the community quilt project that will be on display in the Corner Gallery in Tyler Hall on the SUNY Oswego campus as part of the exhibition ". . .While Black."
Ellen is hosting two workshops to construct the quilt squares -- the project needs your help, from beginners to advance quilters. You don’t need to know how to sew. These workshops are open to the college community and the community at large. All materials will be provided and you can bring your own fabric. You may have a garment you want to cut up — bring it! If you are going to bring fabric pieces, you can bring any size, even down to 4 by 6 inches. You are welcomed to bring your own scissors and other sewing notions. The work is appliqué. The pieces will be glued, ironed or sewn together. Everyone will be given a numbered square (12-inch by 12-inch) to design while following the pattern.