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Jane Hall lives in Raleigh, NC and is a traditional piecer. She has a special interest in foundation work—exploring many methods, both traditional and innovative.
Jane is a judge and appraiser and has taught in US and abroad for over 25 years.
Friday, November 10
Jane has co-authored six books on foundation piecing with Dixie Haywood and this is their latest. For her presentation at the guild meeting she will give us an overview of the design potential of classic patterns like Log Cabin and Pineapple Log Cabin as well as innovative contemporary designs. She will explain many techniques to work on foundations as well share her innovative tweaks.
Thursday's Class, November 9
Jane’s all day class will teach us how to make a basic Pineapple block and then let us choose other design variations to explore. This class is suitable for beginning to advanced quilters. Bring your sewing machine and learn Jane’s expert techniques.
Friday afternoon class, November 10
Create this very contemporary looking design by making simple Log Cabin variation blocks, then slicing them at an angle and re-combining the segments.