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Stack And Whack

Take this amazing class learning how to Stack and Whack! Besides being really fun to say, the “stack and whack” is a great trick for cutting quilting fabric quickly.
Instead of cutting one piece of fabric at a time, you just stack multiple layers of fabric in a pile and cut them together. Then you can mix and match them for a kaleidoscope of color and patterns!  Anna is taking it to the next level by showing us how to turn this fun technique into a beautiful fan quilt!
 

 
 

Get your book now!
Magic Quilts by the Slice by Bethany S. Reynolds, is required and can be shared among friends. It can be found for less than $10 online.

 



When:
Saturday, March 23, 2019, 10:00 AM until 4:30 PM
Where:
Thimble Towne
Thimble Towne
2841 Unicorn Rd #103
Bakersfield, CA  93308

661-399-5778
Contact:
Krystina Steed
Category:
Workshops
Registration is required
Payment In Advance Only
Registration cancellations will be accepted until February 22, 2019 at 5:00 PM
$35.00
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The purpose of this organization shall be to preserve and continue the traditions, culture and history of quilting; to promote fellowship among persons interested in all aspects of quilting; to contribute knowledge and promote the appreciation of fine quilting; to sponsor and support quilting activities; to encourage quilt making and collecting; to contribute to the growth and knowledge of quilt making techniques, textiles and patterns through educational meetings.