04/22/23 Shaving cream quilt a
Shaving Cream Art Quilt Class and Pine Tree Couching
Saturday, April 22 10:00am - 3:00pm
Sally Manke Instructor
Cost $99 includes all supplies
Explore a variety of art quilting techniques and materials while creating a landscape quilt. Use shaving cream to transfer dyes and inks to PDF (prepared for dying) fabrics to design your own background. Use free-motion quilting to generate the feel of nature before adding texture and depth by couching fibers to the surface. Adapt one or all of these techniques for your next project.
This project can also be completed using a longarm.
STUDENT'S NEED TO BRING
• Fine quilting thread 60 to 100 weight - dark green, light blue & light green
• Sewing Machine with Free Motion Capability
• Closed Free Motion Quilting Foot (such as BERNINA #26)
• Don’t forget to pack your foot pedal and cord
• Scissors for snipping thread
• Optional - Quilting Gloves, Safety Pins, Misty Fuse
• Silicon Ironing Sheet or Parchment Paper
• Narrow Quilting Ruler - 12 to 18 inches
*Interested in trying a new or different machine , please call the store for details 231.946.9751
Award-winning fiber artist Sally Manke’s mission is to delight others with textile art that exemplifies her passion for joyful, creative expression through color and texture. Sally creates her art quilts and fiber art in her home studio in Arcadia, Michigan. Nature is a theme in her work, as the wildflower-dotted woods, Lake Michigan shoreline, snowy trails, and country roads that surround her home often inspire her contemporary art quilts.
Sally's passion for teaching rivals her passion for creating fiber art. After a 25-year career teaching art and life skills, Sally continues to share the joy of quilting and fiber art with students across the country through workshops, speaking, classes, and trunk shows. Sally's teaching experience, skill, and vibrant personality make her a wonderful option for your next event
Sally Manke is a nationally recognized fiber artist. Her intricate confetti quilts, often inspired by natural landscapes, have been featured in juried art quilt shows throughout the U.S., displayed at the International Quilt Festival, and have received numerous awards.