This course is for the intermediate sewer and/or quilter who would like to try to make something different – a quilted water bottle bag. The bag is quilted on the outside, has a water-resistant lining and a pocket for driver’s license, cell phone, and/or tissues, fits across your body so it won’t slip off your shoulder, and is very light. This is all you need for shopping or a short hike in the woods. Students must bring sewing machine, rotary mat and cutter, material and thread to class. If needed, the Center’s sewing machine may be borrowed by contacting Jan Guichard. Materials fee: $2 payable to instructor at the first class.
Ulana Mellor (UlanaCFS@charter.net) discovered her twin passions for beading and quilting, especially contemporary quilting and wearable art, since moving to Asheville. Jan Guichard (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been sewing since she was twelve years old and teaches a sewing alterations CFS course. She had a sewing practice which included alterations and new outfits, including bridesmaid dresses.