Leaf Series - Tea Time Placemats, One, Four, Eight and/or Tea Leaf Table Topper
Back by popular demand! Learn how to paper piece these artistic leaf shaped placemats, using Judy Niemeyer's paper piecing techniques. Alternatively, or in addition, you can choose to make the Eight, Four or One wall hanging, or the Tea Leaf Table Topper. Gretchen will teach all three in this 2-day class. Save 10% on class supplies. What a deal!
Minimum enrollment is 2 students. Class may be cancelled (with refund) if the minimum is not met.
Cancellation Policy: 100% refund with greater than one week notice; 20% refund with greater than 24 hours notice.
Pattern for your project: Tea Time Placemats pattern, Four pattern and/or One pattern by Judy Niemeyer.
Gretchen Veteran is an avid quilter with a fabulous color sense who is well on her way to becoming a certified Judy Niemeyer instructor. Gretchen started sewing clothes for herself, her mother and two sisters when her grandmother gave her a Featherweight when she was ten years old. She worked with Patti Palmer of Palmer-Pletsch and became a Certified Sewing Instructor, teaching 4-day workshops in the Palmer-Pletsch School of Sewing in Portland, as well as teaching many different classes ranging from fit, pants, tailored jackets, lingerie, swim-wear, fleece, and more. Gretchen discovered quilting in 2008 when she was recuperating from a surgery. In 2009 she submitted six quilts to the county fair, received two first-place, two second-place and a third-place award, including a Judges Choice award on one of her first place quilts. She purchased her first Judy pattern online in 2008. Fast forward seven years and ready to retire from her corporate job, she began working toward instructor certification in September, 2014, and will be certified in September, 2015. Gretchen loves Judy’s paper-piecing method because of the precision and excellent instructions and has a great time teaching others to learn these techniques.