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ICQC-101 OPEN for Registration 11-12 September (CST)
Intermediate Crazy Quilt Course (ICQC)-101
Designing and Piecing Crazy Quilt Blocks
is now OPEN for Registration
You Must Have Completed BCQC first to Register for ICQC.
Registration will close at midnight 12 September, Central Standard Time
The class will begin on 13 September and should take 4-6 weeks (or less) to complete. This course is a per-requisite for ICQC-103 through 107 courses.
These mini classes will comprise the ICQC-101 course:
A - Printing on Fabric
B - Color Theory
C - Selecting Fabrics
D - Designing Blocks
E - Adding Lace & Trims
F - Piecing CQ Blocks
The class is FREE, you will not be charged anything for the instructions.
Link to the Basic Supply List
You WILL be required to get your own supplies to complete the different class tasks.
If you are interested in taking this course, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide me this information to register:
Your first name
Your last name
You country of residence
Your state of residence IF you live in the USA
The email address (if different) you wish me to send class instructional handouts to.
The email address (if different) you wish me to use for Class Blog Access.
After you register, I will send you a
Welcome Email and Google/Blogger will send you (at my request) an
Invitation to join the Class Blog where the class will be held.
This is an ON-LINE internet class
You will need to follow some simple
instructions to register and gain access to the private class blog. Your
name and email will need to be entered; but NO social security or
credit card information is required. Just basic information to
"recognize" you as a class participant. We will follow the same process you used in the Basic Class.
This is the first module of the Intermediate level courses; while it does NOT involve a lot of
sewing or piecing...it does involve a lot of thinking! We will cover
Color Theory...and you will select various groups of colors. We will
discuss the various types of designs for piecing CQ blocks...and when to
use which each design. You will be practicing these designs by applying the
guidelines...and then designing your own blocks on paper. You will sew at least
one block as the last task...using any of the designs covered in the course. So,
while there is not a huge requirement for fabrics, etc...there is a lot
of thinking that happens.
Hugs, and I hope to see you in the class!
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