Tuesday

  • 9:30 - 11:30AM
    Williamsville
    Quilting-
    Oh My Stars Quilt
    Class Info
  • 7:00 - 9:00PM
    Kenmore
    Quilting-
    Oh My Stars Quilt
    Class Info

Wednesday

  • 9:30 - 11:30AM
    Kenmore
    Quilting-
    Oh My Stars Quilt
    Class Info
  • 6:30 - 8:30PM
    Starpoint / Pendleton / Lockport
    Quilting-
    Oh My Stars Quilt
    Class Info

Kenmore

Information for the Class

7:00PM Class: Quilting - Oh My Stars Quilt
Location: Lindbergh Elementary School, Room 114
Tuesday, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
March 17 - May 12 (no class April 7, April 14)
To register call: 716-874-8500

Quilting - Oh My Stars Quilt

This quilt illustrates the versatility of a single, traditional quilt block. Each week we will create the same block using the same four fabrics. However, in each block the fabrics will be placed in different positions, creating a completely different visual image of the block. Hopefully, this will allow us to see quilt blocks in a new light and create more original designs in future quilts.

The blocks will be created with triangles, squares and "flying geese" units, using rotary cutting methods in class and machine piecing accomplished on your own sewing machine at home. Linda has several different methods for making "flying geese" which she will demonstrate. You may choose your favorite method.

One yard each of four coordinating fabrics should be enough for twelve blocks, each 12 ½ inches. Each of the fabrics must be distinctive from the other to create the desired effect. You will need extra fabric for finishing and borders. Additional yardage of the same or different fabric will be required. You may use sashing, alternate solid blocks or another setting design. You may wish to wait until the first class, in which we will discuss fabrics needed and design, before purchasing fabrics.

Materials needed will be discussed in the first class.

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Kenmore

Information for the Class

9:30 AM Class: Quilting - Oh My Stars Quilt
Location: Kenmore Middle School, Room 219
Wednesday, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
March 11 - May 20 (no class April 1, April 8, April 15)
To register call: 716-874-8500

Quilting - Oh My Stars Quilt

This quilt illustrates the versatility of a single, traditional quilt block. Each week we will create the same block using the same four fabrics. However, in each block the fabrics will be placed in different positions, creating a completely different visual image of the block. Hopefully, this will allow us to see quilt blocks in a new light and create more original designs in future quilts.

The blocks will be created with triangles, squares and "flying geese" units, using rotary cutting methods in class and machine piecing accomplished on your own sewing machine at home. Linda has several different methods for making "flying geese" which she will demonstrate. You may choose your favorite method.

One yard each of four coordinating fabrics should be enough for twelve blocks, each 12 ½ inches. Each of the fabrics must be distinctive from the other to create the desired effect. You will need extra fabric for finishing and borders. Additional yardage of the same or different fabric will be required. You may use sashing, alternate solid blocks or another setting design. You may wish to wait until the first class, in which we will discuss fabrics needed and design, before purchasing fabrics.

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Starpoint Community Education

Information for the Class

6:30 PM Class: Quilting - Oh My Stars Quilt
Wednesday, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Location: Starpoint Central School, Middle School, Room F-5
March 11 - May 20 (no classes April 1, April 8, April 15)
To register call: 716-210-2203

Quilting - Oh My Stars Quilt

This quilt illustrates the versatility of a single, traditional quilt block. Each week we will create the same block using the same four fabrics. However, in each block the fabrics will be placed in different positions, creating a completely different visual image of the block. Hopefully, this will allow us to see quilt blocks in a new light and create more original designs in future quilts.

The blocks will be created with triangles, squares and "flying geese" units, using rotary cutting methods in class and machine piecing accomplished on your own sewing machine at home. Linda has several different methods for making "flying geese" which she will demonstrate. You may choose your favorite method.

One yard each of four coordinating fabrics should be enough for twelve blocks, each 12 ½ inches. Each of the fabrics must be distinctive from the other to create the desired effect. You will need extra fabric for finishing and borders. Additional yardage of the same or different fabric will be required. You may use sashing, alternate solid blocks or another setting design. You may wish to wait until the first class, in which we will discuss fabrics needed and design, before purchasing fabrics.

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Williamsville (Amberleigh)

Information for the Class

9:30 AM Class: Quilting - Oh My Stars Quilt
Tuesday, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Location: Amberleigh Activities Room, Amberleigh Senior Residence
March 17 - May 12 (no class April 7, April 14)
To register call: 716-626-8080

Quilting - Oh My Stars Quilt

This quilt illustrates the versatility of a single, traditional quilt block. Each week we will create the same block using the same four fabrics. However, in each block the fabrics will be placed in different positions, creating a completely different visual image of the block. Hopefully, this will allow us to see quilt blocks in a new light and create more original designs in future quilts.

The blocks will be created with triangles, squares and "flying geese" units, using rotary cutting methods in class and machine piecing accomplished on your own sewing machine at home. Linda has several different methods for making "flying geese" which she will demonstrate. You may choose your favorite method.

One yard each of four coordinating fabrics should be enough for twelve blocks, each 12 ½ inches. Each of the fabrics must be distinctive from the other to create the desired effect. You will need extra fabric for finishing and borders. Additional yardage of the same or different fabric will be required. You may use sashing, alternate solid blocks or another setting design. You may wish to wait until the first class, in which we will discuss fabrics needed and design, before purchasing fabrics.

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