Class Image Visiting Artist - Tiny Memory Quilt Workshop

Visiting Artist - Tiny Memory Quilt Workshop

Come create a small fabric memorial in the company of a supportive sewing circle. We will touch on the healing nature of textiles and hand-sewing, and by the end of the workshop, you will have created tiny memory quilts that you can keep for yourself or give away to friends and family.

In this course, we cover classic hand-sewing techniques like the running stitch, back stitch, and tailors knot. Perfect for beginners and intermediates.

Please bring fabric that holds a special connection between you and the loved one you would like to honor if possible. We will incorporate this fabric into your quilts.

About Visiting Artist Zak Foster -
Raised in rural North Carolina and now living in Brooklyn, New York, Zak is a self-taught artist whose work draws on Southern textile traditions while incorporating found fabrics and natural dyes with an eye for sustainability. He practices an approach to design that is intuitive and improvisational and he is drawn to preserving the stories of quilts and specializes in memory quilts. His work has been featured in various magazines, websites, and galleries. Learn more about his work in his monthly email, Motivation for the Maker, at www.zakfoster.com/newsletter.