Sunday, January 17, 2021: Mary Hogan – Siddi-style Quilt Making
THIS IS A LIVE, ONLINE CLASS TAUGHT ON THE ZOOM PLATFORM
The Siddi people, an ethnic group originally from Africa but now living in India, make quilts in a distinctive way. These quilts are made completely by hand using scissors, fabric, needle and thread. That’s all you really need. Construction starts at the outside edges and fabrics are added while working towards the center. Mary will show you how these quilts are made, help you get started on a small project, and share tips, tools, and construction methods.
The class runs from 9:30 AM-4:00 PM Eastern Time with a 1/2 hour break for lunch. The Zoom classroom opens at 9:00 AM and students should be online by 9:15 AM.
Registration opens December 1 for active GAAQG Members only.