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Walk the Talk and Quilt It! Walking Foot Quilting Class



Saturday, January 11, 2020, 9am - 4pm
Do you find yourself asking “How Do I Quilt This”? In this presentation/trunk show and workshop, learn practical strategies for how to plan your own quilting design along with the nuts & bolts of walking foot quilting. 

The first part of this program will include a presentation and trunk show of Sheri’s award-winning quilts. She’ll describe how she decides on a quilting plan that will enhance the design of her quilt top, rather than compete with it. From there, she’ll review and demonstrate how she prepares for quilting and her tips and tricks for walking foot quilting. Following the demonstration, students will practice their walking foot quilting on small quilt sandwiches. This workshop also includes a group design discussion— a show & tell of one quilt top by each student and a conversation/consultation on how to quilt it with a walking foot. Students will walk away with skills, strategies, inspiration and confidence to complete their quilts using a walking foot.


Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details:
Requirements: Sewing machine with walking foot or digital dual feed foot required. Students should be comfortable with the sewing machine they will be using in class.
Instructor: Sheri Cifaldi-Morrill
Instructor Bio: heri Cifaldi-Morrill is a designer, professional quilter and educator. Sheri graduated from the University of Connecticut with a BFA in Graphic Design. She has twenty years of experience leading creative teams to create award winning identities, products and environments. She has worked in small design studios, a dot com and the exhibit department at a children?s museum. Sheri?s quilts have gained national recognition including awards from QuiltCon, Quilt Week/Paducah and the Quilt Alliance. Additionally, they have been featured at art centers and galleries around the country. Her work has been included in books and publications such as Modern Quilts: Designs of the New Century, Modern Patchwork and International Quilt Festival Scene. She self-publishes and distributes her patterns. They can be found at Cotton Candy Fabrics. She also teaches quilting techniques at quilt guilds and conferences across the country.
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