Sara Madson has been a quilt maker and teacher for more than forty years. She worked as a coeditor for Chita Publications and many of her quilts appeared in their magazines. Her works have been juried into and won ribbons in several national and international competitions. Drawing or drafting her own designs, often inspired by antique quilts, her work has been described as “intricately detailed traditional quilts." Most of Sara’s quilts are made with a hand-held needle, simply because she loves handwork. Recently her focus has been on completing many of the projects started years ago, giving priority to show quilts. She is excited to return to teaching for the Quiltoberfest!
Class Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Class Description: Turn English paper pieced hexie flowers into a lovely floral wreath which can be framed or added to more blocks for a larger quilt. Students may wish to make 16 pre-stitched flowers from ½” paper pieces before the class for quicker assembly of the project.
Kit Required – Includes pattern with paper pieces for leaves.
Cost: $15 to be paid directly to the Instructor the day of the event.