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Improv Road Map: Class 4 Improv Series

In this final class of the improv series we’ll discuss how to curate all our small improv studies into a single cohesive design. We’ll discuss various layouts, creating connecting pieces (if needed) for the best compositional flow and discuss how best to sew all the pieces together to get a flat improv finished piece that can be trimmed and made into a pillow, a table runner, a wall hanging or even clothing. If time allows we can briefly discuss finishing techniques that will make your composition uniquely your own.

Stephanie Ruyle is a multi-award winning quilter and member of Bee Sewcial, an international quilting bee. Check out her Instagram @spontaneousthreads to see her work and the Bee Sewcial website to see the quilts she has collaborated in. We are honored to have her teaching with us! 

Class Information and Supplies List

Please bring your fabric kit to each of the classes in the series

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Confident beginner. Use of a personal sewing machine and common quilting tools is required.
Requirements: Must have taken Improv Classes 1, 2, & 3 to take this class
Instructor: Stephanie Ruyle
Instructor Bio:
Must have taken Improv Classes 1, 2, & 3 to take this class

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