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Upcoming Workshops

Sew along with me in person!  All current classes are listed below.  Check back often for updates and sign up for the newsletter to get a sneak peek at new offerings!

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Patchwork Sashiko Method

Location: The Bernina Connection, 4219 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018

When: Monday, October 24, 6pm-9pm

Description:

Learn how to transform your scraps into a beautiful new textile! Recently taught at Quiltcon 2022, Diana and her Patchwork Sashiko Method has been featured in the October issue of American Patchwork & Quilting and she will teach you how to start with a stack of scraps and create a stable and pliable piece of art. This is a methods class, and you will not finish the textile, but learn the method to complete on your own. Kit fee includes a 5"x7" Patchwork Sashiko Kit

Class fee: $35

Kit fee: $25

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Patchwork Sashiko Zoom Workshop

Location: Zoom Application

When: Thursday, November 10th, 11pm-2pm (PST)

Description:

Join me and learn my Patchwork Sashiko Method!  We'll go through each step together and I'll share tips and tricks so you can re-create this method on your own.  Cost includes a 5"x7" Patchwork Sashiko Kit

Cost: $65

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Anastasia Bag

Location: The Bernina Connection, 4219 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018

When: Friday, December 9, 10am-3pm

Description:

Recently taught at Quiltcon 2022, Diana and her Anastasia Bag has been featured in the October issue of American Patchwork & Quilting. Pattern includes instruction for the backpack version, or one handle handbag. Also included is a QR code for instruction on creating a crossbody style purse. Approx. finished size is 9”x7.5”x4”.

Class fee: $40

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The Paradox of Visual Randomness

Location: Zoom Application

When: Saturday, October 15th 4:30pm - 5:30pm CDT

Description:

We have a tendency to feel that we have a certain sense of what looks and feels truly random. But this sense often detects randomness where there is none, or fails to identify randomness where it exists. We'll dig into this interesting phenomenon and how it appears in our everyday lives. Then, we’ll apply this idea in an experiment by laying out a patchwork and talk about what we can do to create a sense of randomness in our sewing projects.