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Class Epic Club - Chapter 4 - Technique Class - Fayetteville



This club meets monthly to work through the chapters of the Epic workbook.  We take an in-depth exploration and review the top features of our top of the line machines.  Each month we build a deeper knowledge of all that these machines can do.  Each month will be a different chapter.

This is the Technique Class where we will learn the new technique.  This month we will focus on chapter 4 which introduces us to the pictograms and how we can use them!  We will also begin work on a project that uses our newly learned skills to create a decorative fabric which we will use to make a small tote bag with a rounded bottom.  Other options for the project are to turn it into a wall hanging or pillow.  The options are endless! 


Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details: You need to have an HV Designer Epic or Epic 2 machine and be familiar with the basic use of navigating through the menus of the machine. Skill levels vary in class. This means that some students may finish the project in class, some may take it home to finish and some may stay for the follow up Project Class to finish up.
Materials Included: All students will receive a printout of the current chapter of the workbook that we will be focusing on that month. All students who register for a complete year will receive a binder to put their printouts in. :)
Requirements: In addition to your machine and the embroidery unit, you will want to bring a basic kit of sewing supplies to each class. Items you may need are: scissors, snips, pins, quilt clips, marking tools, needles, screwdriver, sewing thread, embroidery thread, your embroidery hoops, bobbins, a seam ripper in case a friend needs it, etc... For the December project you will need 1 yard decorative quilting fabric, embroidery threads to coordinate with your fabric, a chalk marker, light weight fusible interfacing, piping cord, & 1/2 yard of solid fabric (They suggest a denim-look or decorator weight. I used a solid quilting cotton that has a denim look to it.) It will be helpful, but not necessary, to bring a tube turner and a piping foot. You can use a zipper foot if you do not have a piping foot. The size of the piping and piping foot is determined by the size of piping that you prefer. If you'd rather not create the tote, please, bring any supplies you may need for the project that you'd prefer to create. Please, reach out to me if you have any questions!! I'm always happy to help. :) You can reach me at the store at 717-352-3050 or via email at anna.sewnplace@gmail.com.
Instructor: Anna Griesacker
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The club fee is $55.00 per month. If you register & pay for a full year, you will get one month free! You must call the store to register in order to receive this discount.

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717 352 3050
6195 Chambersburg Road
Fayetteville, PA 17222    
 
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  400 N Center St
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   Westminster, Maryland 21157

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