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Kawandi Hand Quilting

Join Sherry Whetstone, Fiber Artist and Instructor, as she teaches the art of Kawandi quilting.  Kawandi quilts, created by the East African Siddi women who reside in India, are made by piecing together geometric shapes of repurposed clothing or fabric scraps. Each piece of fabric is bound together with a basic running stitch.  This very unique type of quilting uses the quilt as you go method but with a twist!
Supplies Needed:

-Bring fabric scraps such as old clothing or loose weave cotton fabrics from your stash!
-A basic sewing kit that includes white embroidery thread or perle cotton #5 or #8 for stitching is required.
-Thimble - this project is stitched entirely by hand, so a thimble is recommended!

Students will complete a colorful miniture quilt (7"x7") in class.

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