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Collage Quilting

Do you have a collage quilt pattern, and not quite sure how to begin your fabric placing journey? Dig into your fabric scrap bins, grab that new floral fabric you have been wanting to use, and come join us for this 2-day session. It is possible you may not finish your collage within these 2 days; however you will learn the skills necessary to complete your project at home!

Course level: Confident beginner
Dates: September 27-28, 2024
Times: 10:30 AM-4:00 PM, 30 min break
Participant Qty: 5-6 students
Instructor: Brooke Stambersky (Questions? 248-819-9900 or


- A Collage pattern
* Please read your pattern before class to understand the pattern steps; not all collage patterns are 100% the same. Also confirming the materials your pattern recommends you have, some of the materials you will need may not be listed below or materials listed below may not be needed, for the pattern you select.

- Fabric- the more fabric the better!!
* Fussy cutting, have fabric with motifs and flowers. The background of fabric is not important, the motifs are!
* Bring a variety of colors, light and dark colors.
* Fabric that has motifs and flowers in various sizes (large, medium and small).
* Small amounts of a lot of fabric work great! Don’t forget to look in your scrap fabric bag.
* Underlay fabric- some patterns recommend underlay fabric. This is the fabric that will be the shape of your animal or person and may peek through your collage. The underlay fabric can be solid or print but shouldn’t take away from your collage design when peeking through.

- Background of pattern- Please read your pattern before class to understand the pattern steps for the pattern. If background is required to be ready to build collage on, please bring background completed to do so.
- Pattern ease or Voile- you can use pattern ease or solid color voile to build your collage on OR you can build your collage directly on your background fabric.
- Embellishments you would like to add to your collage, not required but nice touch (crystals, buttons, charms, etc.).
- Several yards of Steam a Seam 2 regular or Lite Steam a Seam 2
- Applique pressing sheet
- Fabric Fuse
- Paper towel (after each press, wipes applique pressing sheet with paper towel to clean off Steam a Seam residue)
- Small iron and ironing pad, ACC will have 2 for everyone to share, feel free to bring your own!
- Scissors- micro serrated edge, recommend Karen Kay Buckley brand
- Sharpie- black
- Pigma Micron Pen- fine tip, black ink
- Lunch (we will break for 30 mins for lunch), you can use ACC fridge.
- No sewing machines required for class! You will quilt your collage at home.






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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.