Thursday, October 2, 2014

P2P: African Woven Quilts

The Permission 2 Play group gathered today

to play with….African Fabric

African Woven Quilt

Class Sample By: Instructor Nancy Bryant

Fusing the woven strips to batting…

Each student began with the same African Fabric,

then chose a complimentary fabric to weave through it…

Jan chose this cranberry red fabric for weaving…

Kathy chose an orange batik fabric for weaving…

Each student chose an African symbol 

to appliqué on their woven quilt

African Symbol

Barbara chose a blue fabric to weave into her quilt…

The students stamped the meaning of their 

symbol onto their quilt…

Rubber ABC stamps and Textile Paint…

A BIG Welcome to our newest student….. Vanessa

Please Join us for our next class:

Thursday, October 23, 2014 @ 1:00 pm

JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop
1243 Main Street
Philomath, OR 97370

Technique:  Thermofax Screen Printing

Permission 2 Play is a FREE class offering for

cancer diagnosed patients.

For more info contact:
LuAnn Kessi

Permission 2 Play is a FREE class offering for cancer 

diagnosed patients.

No Experience is necessary to participate.

All supplies are provided for the students.

Classes are held at JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop in 

Philomath, Oregon

If you are interested in joining this class contact:

LuAnn Kessi

Many Thanks to JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop in 

Philomath, Oregon for your support. This class
would not be possible without you!

A BIG Thank You to OSU Folk Thrift Store, Mary's 

River Quilt Guild and those who provide funding to 

purchase the needed supplies for these FREE classes 

offered to cancer diagnosed patients.

Our Best To You,

Nancy Bryant
Virginia Gregory
Kathi Borrego
LuAnn Kessi


Sweets Sweet said...

This is WONDERFUL, what an amazing thing to do for those women. If I might ask, is there a quilt pattern or instructions for the African weave blocks that are in this story? The quilts are beautiful and I would love to purchase a pattern or instructions if available.

LuAnn Kessi said...

Sorry, we do not have a pattern for the woven African quiltlets. We pre-fuse 2 piece of fabric, cut them into strips then weave then together, then fuse them with an iron onto the batting.

My Best To You,