Tuesday

  • 9:30 - 11:30AM
    Williamsville
    Quilting-
    Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt
    Class Info
  • 7:00 - 9:00PM
    Kenmore
    Quilting-
    Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt
    Class Info

Wednesday

  • 9:30 - 11:30AM
    Kenmore
    Quilting-
    Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt
    Class Info
  • 6:30 - 8:30PM
    Starpoint / Pendleton / Lockport
    Quilting-
    Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt
    Class Info

Kenmore

Information for the Class

7:00PM Class: Quilting - Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt
Location: Lindbergh Elementary School, Room 114
Tuesday, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
March 19 - May 14 (no class April 23)
To register call: 716-874-8500

Quilting - Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt

It is time to try to make a dent in our scrap piles (or stash). We will make a scrap quilt using fabrics we already have OR perhaps we will trade fabrics with fellow classmates. If you are new to quilt making, this is the perfect class for you. Other class members will have plenty of scraps for you to use. This cheerful quilt will be made with three inch, finished size, nine patch blocks, with yardage from a complementary fabric to set it together in an interesting medallion design. You may always make a smaller project - nine patch blocks lend themselves for many possibilities.

If you wish to get a head start on making the blocks, any combination will do (remember, this is scrappy). Simply make nine patch blocks using cut 1 ½" squares so the blocks will finish 3" (3 ½" with seam allowances.) There is also a strip piecing method for making 9 patch blocks which works well. Instructions for this method will be discussed in class. Instructions for three sizes of this quilt - wall, throw and twin/double bed size, will be given in class.

Materials needed will be discussed in the first class.

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Kenmore

Information for the Class

9:30 AM Class: Quilting - Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt
Location: Kenmore Middle School, Room 219
Wednesday, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
March 20 - May 15 (no class April 24)
To register call: 716-874-8500

Quilting - Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt

It is time to try to make a dent in our scrap piles (or stash). We will make a scrap quilt using fabrics we already have OR perhaps we will trade fabrics with fellow classmates. If you are new to quilt making, this is the perfect class for you. Other class members will have plenty of scraps for you to use. This cheerful quilt will be made with three inch, finished size, nine patch blocks, with yardage from a complementary fabric to set it together in an interesting medallion design. You may always make a smaller project - nine patch blocks lend themselves for many possibilities.

If you wish to get a head start on making the blocks, any combination will do (remember, this is scrappy). Simply make nine patch blocks using cut 1 ½" squares so the blocks will finish 3" (3 ½" with seam allowances.) There is also a strip piecing method for making 9 patch blocks which works well. Instructions for this method will be discussed in class. Instructions for three sizes of this quilt - wall, throw and twin/double bed size, will be given in class.

Materials needed will be discussed in the first class.

Click Here for an Example

Click Here for another Example


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Starpoint Community Education

Information for the Class

6:30 PM Class: Quilting - Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt
Wednesday, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Location: Starpoint Central School, Middle School, Room F-5
March 20 - May 22 (no classes April 17 and 24)
To register call: 716-210-2203

Quilting - Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt

It is time to try to make a dent in our scrap piles (or stash). We will make a scrap quilt using fabrics we already have OR perhaps we will trade fabrics with fellow classmates. If you are new to quilt making, this is the perfect class for you. Other class members will have plenty of scraps for you to use. This cheerful quilt will be made with three inch, finished size, nine patch blocks, with yardage from a complementary fabric to set it together in an interesting medallion design. You may always make a smaller project - nine patch blocks lend themselves for many possibilities.

If you wish to get a head start on making the blocks, any combination will do (remember, this is scrappy). Simply make nine patch blocks using cut 1 ½" squares so the blocks will finish 3" (3 ½" with seam allowances.) There is also a strip piecing method for making 9 patch blocks which works well. Instructions for this method will be discussed in class. Instructions for three sizes of this quilt - wall, throw and twin/double bed size, will be given in class.

Materials needed will be discussed in the first class.

Click Here for an Example

Click Here for another Example


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Williamsville (Amberleigh)

Information for the Class

9:30 AM Class: Quilting - Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt
Tuesday, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Location: Amberleigh Activities Room, Amberleigh Senior Residence
March 19 - May 14 (no class April 23)
To register call: 716-626-8080

Quilting - Scrappy Nine Patch Quilt

It is time to try to make a dent in our scrap piles (or stash). We will make a scrap quilt using fabrics we already have OR perhaps we will trade fabrics with fellow classmates. If you are new to quilt making, this is the perfect class for you. Other class members will have plenty of scraps for you to use. This cheerful quilt will be made with three inch, finished size, nine patch blocks, with yardage from a complementary fabric to set it together in an interesting medallion design. You may always make a smaller project - nine patch blocks lend themselves for many possibilities.

If you wish to get a head start on making the blocks, any combination will do (remember, this is scrappy). Simply make nine patch blocks using cut 1 ½" squares so the blocks will finish 3" (3 ½" with seam allowances.) There is also a strip piecing method for making 9 patch blocks which works well. Instructions for this method will be discussed in class. Instructions for three sizes of this quilt - wall, throw and twin/double bed size, will be given in class.

Materials needed will be discussed in the first class.

Click Here for an Example

Click Here for another Example


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