Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Course Registration Announcement: ICQC-104; 15-17 October 2019

I was just saying to my friend Pam the other day...that I didn't think there would be many folks signing up for this last class of the year...with the holidays so close. But, before getting this post even loaded this morning...there are two ladies asking to register. So, there you go...totally wrong again. Ha! Plus, I'm impressed that these ladies are so organized that they "remembered" the open window dates for registration...without me even posting yet. Ah...to be so organized. A goal for sure!.

Anyhow...you know the procedure by now...but here are the "rules" for this class registration:

You must have completed ICQC-103 Prior to registering for this ICQC-104 Course.

This course is intended for those that finished the ICQC-103 last year.
(But, if you are currently past mid-way into that class...you can ask about registration IF you can do both classes at the same time.)

ICQC-104, Mixed Motifs with Fabric

is expected to last 8-12 weeks

To Register: email me your Name, State/Country, Email address...just as for previous courses...to shaw.kathy@yahoo.com


The ICQC-104 includes these modules/tasks:

104A-Embellishing OVER Silkie Images

Task 1: Stitching Hair

Task 2: Stitching Flowers

104B-Framing Silkie Images

Task 3: Create a CQ Block with Framed Silkie


Task 4: Create a Broderie Perse Applique

Task 5: Create a Hand Applique Heart (or other shape)

Task 6: Design an Applique based on an Embroidery Pattern

104D-Raised Applique

Task 7: Create a Raised Applique (Bunny, Cat, or Teddy Bear)

104E-Working with Various Slips

Task 8: Create an Embroidery Slip

Task 9: Create a Silkie Slip

Task 10: Create a Beaded Slip

  There is no special supply list needed for this class. Standard sewing and embroidery supplies (as needed in prior classes) will be used. The need for some medium or heavy weight interfacing scraps and some thin felt/flannel scraps could require some shopping. 


The photos above are some of the techniques taught. The fox, bunny, and heart patterns are also in this course, along with other patterns as well. The mermaid silkie is an example of the over-stitching of hair...but you can use any printed image you want to try this technique.

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