Two Fat Quarter Tote Bag with Square & Hexagon Chopkey
Have some extra scraps lying around? Rami will teach you revolutionary techniques to create a stylish, classic tote bag with a few simple, no-nonsense steps. You only need two fat quarters for the exterior, and with some scraps, you can add 3-D hexagon chopkey for embellishment. The best part? The bag can be finished in a day!
3- D Traditional Korean Coat Quilt Wallhanging
Doo-roo-mah-gi is the name for one of the traditional Korean costumes called "Hanbok". I introduced Chopkey in my first book 'Folded Fabric Elegance' by AQS, which is a Korean form of paper folding. With 3D-folded pinwheels and yoyos, this quilt wallhanging will give your home decor an Asian flair.
Twisted Log Cabin Quilt by Paperless Paper Piecing
Learn how to create intricate twisted log cabin blocks in any shape using paperless paper foundation piecing.
You do not have to tear out the foundation paper to prevent distorting stitches. Machine trapunto, another element, adds dimensions to designs.
Weaving with Wrapped Strips and Fold & Stack Octagonal Star
Rami learned this 3-D star block from her grandmother using paper when she was young. Korean artisans use this block design for their bolster pillows. In this workshop, you will learn two new techniques that Rami used in her second book, Quilted Elegance. She used these techniques to create a reversible jacket, a two-sided matching bag, a two-sided quilt wall hanging and pillow. Showcase multi-colored 3-D star blocks and intricately woven strips on your next project.
Bring colorful contrasting fabrics. You can start creating a bag at the workshop.