SATURDAY, MAY 15, 2021
10:00AM-12:00PM PT / 1:00-3:00PM ET
Instructor: Susan Beal
This is a simple sewing project that uses low-waste fabric cutting techniques to make a special piece that’s very efficient and affordable. All three canisters can be made using just over a yard of fabric total.
This set of Nesting Canisters is a perfect sewing project for an enthusiastic beginner – it uses straight seams and simple construction to create a sophisticated curved shape. The student will learn how to use interfacing and fusible batting, insert a lining layer, and sew on binding or bias tape. The options for personalizing the canisters are endless, and they can be made in whole cloth or with pieced fabrics of your choice.
Supply List Available HERE.
$25 / per individual
Beginner / Intermediate
Susan Beal is a craft writer and teacher in Portland, Oregon and the author of 9 books. She designs quilts, jewelry, and sewing projects, and has taught for creativebug, Interweave, CreativeLive, Brooklyn Craft Company, Maker Faire, NW Quilting Expo, Pendleton Woolen Mills, and Coats & Clark. She’s also the programs coordinator for Portland Modern Quilt Guild.