Classes

Classes

To sign up to the classes, you must go to the welcome module at the Festival entrance and pay the corresponding fee. IMPORTANT! The early bird class and seminar registration is now closed. Only if you signed up in advance to any class or seminar, your entrance to the Festival will be free on that day. Signing up in advance to the workshops does NOT include free entrance to the Festival (Little hens; Pencil case; Key keeper, house and bunny; Coin purses; Cup holders).


Basic sewing kit » You will need to bring your basic sewing kit to all the classes:

– Scissors, paper and fabric
– Round cutter with a sharp blade
– Threads for machine: beige, gray, white and black
– Needles for machine
– Needles for hand sewing
– Thimble
– Pencil
– Notebook
– Lenses
– Mini cutting mat (optional)
– Mini ironing machine and base (optional)
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15, 2017
Janome Classroom


9:45 – 18:45
Seminar The Raven, a textile story
Pam Holland (Australia)
All levels of experience
$2,500 MXN (materials NOT included)


Bernina Classroom


10:00 – 13:30
Class Crazy Quilts!
Lourdes Cruz (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$600 MXN (materials included)




14:00 – 17:30
Class Paper piecing, magical technique
Carolina Flores (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$600 MXN (materials included)


Workshops


10:00 – 13:00
Workshop Little Hens
Beatriz Zavala (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$140 MXN (materials included)




15:00 – 17:30
Workshop Pencil case
Beatriz Zavala (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$140 MXN (materials included)


FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16, 2017
Janome Classroom


9:45 – 17:45
Seminar The Raven, a textile story (continued)
Pam Holland (Australia)
All levels of experience
$2,500 MXN (materials NOT included)


Bernina Classroom


10:00 – 13:30
Class Seminole, indigenous tradition transformed into Patchwork
Lourdes Cruz (Mexico)
Intermediate and Advanced
$600 MXN (materials included)




14:00 – 17:30
Class My First Quilt
Carolina Flores (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$600 MXN (materials included)


Workshops


13:00 – 16:00
Workshop Key keeper, house and bunny
Beatriz Zavala (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$140 MXN (materials included)




13:00 – 16:00
Workshop Coin purses
Carolina Flores (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$140 MXN (materials included)


SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17, 2017
Janome Classroom


8:45 – 15:45
NO MORE AVAILABLE SPACES!
Seminar The Elephants, capture and create
Pam Holland (Australia)
All levels of experience
$1,250 MXN (materials NOT included)


Bernina Classroom


10:00 – 13:30
Workshop
(teacher TBA)
All levels of experience
$ (fee TBA)


Workshops


10:00 – 13:00
Workshop Cup holders
Beatriz Zavala (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$140 MXN (materials included)


Beatriz Zavala
Mexico

Teacher's CV not available.

Cup holders
Beatriz Zavala (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$140 MXN (materials included)

Carolina Flores
Mexico

Carolina Flores, architect, with a masters degree in Valuation of Goods, her thesis was about Quilt Valuation.
Wife, mother of two, businesswoman, she has taught at the Iberoamerican University, Tec de Monterrey and Puebla Autonomous University in the areas of Architecture and Textile Design.

Coin purses
Carolina Flores (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$140 MXN (materials included)

Beatriz Zavala
Mexico

Teacher's CV not available.

Pencil case
Beatriz Zavala (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$140 MXN (materials included)

Beatriz Zavala
Mexico

Teacher's CV not available.

Key keeper, house and bunny
Beatriz Zavala (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$140 MXN (materials included)

Beatriz Zavala
Mexico

Teacher's CV not available.

Little Hens
Beatriz Zavala (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$140 MXN (materials included)

Little hens to use as door stoppers, decoration or pin cushions.


teacher TBA


(teacher TBA)
All levels of experience
$ (fee TBA)

Carolina Flores
Mexico

Carolina Flores, architect, with a masters degree in Valuation of Goods, her thesis was about Quilt Valuation.
Wife, mother of two, businesswoman, she has taught at the Iberoamerican University, Tec de Monterrey and Puebla Autonomous University in the areas of Architecture and Textile Design.

My First Quilt
Carolina Flores (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$600 MXN (materials included)

This class is for those who wish to start quilting.
It includes the assembly of magic triangles, the technique to make applications and basic quilting.
With this class, you'll acquire the elementary knowledge you need to carry on quilting with confidence.
The class includes material; you will only need to bring your basic sewing kit.

Lourdes Cruz
Mexico

Teacher, wife and mother of two. Quilter and dressmaker. She's been part of the International Quilt Guild of Monterrey, Mexico for the past 11 years. She has exhibited her quilts on an international level and taken classes with well-known teachers. I love to share my passion for quilting.

Seminole, indigenous tradition transformed into Patchwork
Lourdes Cruz (Mexico)
Intermediate and Advanced
$600 MXN (materials included)

In this class you will learn the secrets to make this technique that reminds us of the border patterns used by the Seminole indigenous communities of Florida to decorate their outfits. It's a very versatile technique that offers challenges which will increase your creative tools with Patchwork.
For this class, you need to have basic experience in sewing and cutting for patchwork.
The fee includes all materials needed; you should only bring your basic sewing kit.

Lourdes Cruz
Mexico

Teacher, wife and mother of two. Quilter and dressmaker. She's been part of the International Quilt Guild of Monterrey, Mexico for the past 11 years. She has exhibited her quilts on an international level and taken classes with well-known teachers. I love to share my passion for quilting.

Crazy Quilts!
Lourdes Cruz (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$600 MXN (materials included)

In this class, you'll learn the ancient technique of CRAZY QUILT, with which you'll be able to use all the fabric scraps, laces and beads that you have at hand and enrich your quilt with decorative stitches from your machine and also by hand.
It's a class for all levels of experience, from beginners to experts.
This class includes materials; you will only require your basic sewing kit.

Carolina Flores
Mexico

Carolina Flores, architect, with a masters degree in Valuation of Goods, her thesis was about Quilt Valuation.
Wife, mother of two, businesswoman, she has taught at the Iberoamerican University, Tec de Monterrey and Puebla Autonomous University in the areas of Architecture and Textile Design.

Paper piecing, magical technique
Carolina Flores (Mexico)
All levels of experience
$600 MXN (materials included)

In this class you will learn the secrets to use the Paper Piecing technique easily, which will allow you to make a great variety of images with fabric, giving them a lot of detail.
The fee includes the material for the class; you will only need to bring your basic sewing kit.

Pam Holland
Australia

Photographer, textile designer, quilter, author, wife, mother of 13, excellent teacher and an extraordinary person.
She has been nominated world's best quilting teacher on several occasions.
She's the author of the techniques that she applies on her quilts and teacher in her classes.
Taking a class with her will assure you'll improve your quilt making technique on a 100% and you'll widen your possibilities to improve and enrich your works.

The Elephants, capture and create
Pam Holland (Australia)
All levels of experience
$1,250 MXN (materials NOT included)
NO MORE AVAILABLE SPACES!

– 1 X 18” X 20” piece of fabric for the front of the quilt. Light Cream is just perfect.
– 1 X 18” X 20” piece of thin cotton batting, It can’t be flannel or polyester.
– 1 X 18” X 20” piece of cotton for the back of the quilt
– 2” square of orange.
– 1 reel of 50 weight cotton black thread.
– 50 weight cotton Thread to match the fabric.
– 12” square piece of Fusible Web for the appliqué of the illustration.
– 1 pkt. Size 70/10 or 80/12 embroidery machinery needles.
– $10 USD for the kit to be supplied by teacher, containing:
• 1 black pigment in pen
• 1 black tsukineko pen

Pam Holland
Australia

Photographer, textile designer, quilter, author, wife, mother of 13, excellent teacher and an extraordinary person.
She has been nominated world's best quilting teacher on several occasions.
She's the author of the techniques that she applies on her quilts and teacher in her classes.
Taking a class with her will assure you'll improve your quilt making technique on a 100% and you'll widen your possibilities to improve and enrich your works.

The Raven, a textile story (continued)
Pam Holland (Australia)
All levels of experience
$2,500 MXN (materials NOT included)
NO MORE AVAILABLE SPACES!

– 1 X 20” X 30” piece of fabric for the back of the quilt.
– 1 X 20” X 30” piece of fabric for the front of the quilt. I used a thick linen curtain material.
– 1 X 20” X 30” piece of thin cotton batting, It can’t be flannel or polyester.
– 1 X 10” square of good quality white fabric that hasn’t been washed.
– 42 X 2 1/2” squares fabric of your choice.
– 1 reel of 50 weight cotton thread for sewing up the squares.
– 1 reel of 50 weight cotton black thread.
– 50 weight cotton Thread to match the fabric.
– 12” square piece of Fusible Web for the appliqué of the raven and the pot
– 1 pkt. Size 70/10 or 80/12 embroidery machinery needles.
– $30 USD for the kit to be supplied by teacher, containing:
• 1 black pigment in pen
• 4 Tsukineko pens
• printed crow

Pam Holland
Australia

Photographer, textile designer, quilter, author, wife, mother of 13, excellent teacher and an extraordinary person.
She has been nominated world's best quilting teacher on several occasions.
She's the author of the techniques that she applies on her quilts and teacher in her classes.
Taking a class with her will assure you'll improve your quilt making technique on a 100% and you'll widen your possibilities to improve and enrich your works.

The Raven, a textile story
Pam Holland (Australia)
All levels of experience
$2,500 MXN (materials NOT included)
NO MORE AVAILABLE SPACES!

– 1 X 20” X 30” piece of fabric for the back of the quilt.
– 1 X 20” X 30” piece of fabric for the front of the quilt. I used a thick linen curtain material.
– 1 X 20” X 30” piece of thin cotton batting, It can’t be flannel or polyester.
– 1 X 10” square of good quality white fabric that hasn’t been washed.
– 42 X 2 1/2” squares fabric of your choice.
– 1 reel of 50 weight cotton thread for sewing up the squares.
– 1 reel of 50 weight cotton black thread.
– 50 weight cotton Thread to match the fabric.
– 12” square piece of Fusible Web for the appliqué of the raven and the pot
– 1 pkt. Size 70/10 or 80/12 embroidery machinery needles.
– $30 USD for the kit to be supplied by teacher, containing:
• 1 black pigment in pen
• 4 Tsukineko pens
• printed crow

Remember that in order to sign up for the classes, you must first make full payment to Eduardo Ramírez Cato, HSBC account N° 405 359 203 or or through a bank transfer CLABE: 021 580 040 535 920 363. Afterwards, please fill in the following form and upload your payment slip here.
See you in León!

Class, seminar or workshop to sign up to (you can choose more than one option)*
— If you sign-up to these classes or seminars, your entrance to the Festival is free that day.
Paper piecing, magical techniqueCrazy Quilts!Seminole, indigenous tradition transformed into PatchworkMy First QuiltShips: splice, cut, sew and sail!

— These workshops do NOT include free admission to the festival.
HensPencil CasesCoin pursesKey keeper, house and bunnyCup holders


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