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Posted on: January 11, 2024

New Class: Introduction to Quiltmaking Class

Intro to quiltmaking

Classes begin Saturday, January 20 at Centennial Park

Paso Robles, CA – The Quilter’s Studio, in partnership with Paso Robles Recreation Services, will offer a four-week Introduction to Quiltmaking class beginning Saturday, January 20 from 9:00 AM to noon in the Live Oak Room at Centennial Park (600 Nickerson Drive) in Paso Robles. Through the  course of this class, students will learn basic quilt making techniques and how to construct commonly used block components while creating a small quilt. Students will learn about tools,  fabric, rotary cutting techniques, machine piecing, quilting, and more.

“I’ve designed this class specifically for the beginning quilter or for someone who might benefit from a refresher,” said instructor Lisa Gray, owner of the Quilters Studio. To help students  prepare for the class, Gray is offering an optional meet-up with students before the first class at  a local quilt shop to guide participants in the purchase of supplies for their quilt.

A sewing machine is required for this class and Gray notes that students should be familiar with their machine (which should be in good working order).

The $95 class registration fee includes a unique pattern designed by Gray along with four-weeks of detailed instructions and support to create a beautiful beginning level quilt.

Registration for this class closes on Friday, January 12 and is available at  www.prcity.com/recreationonline or in person at the Centennial Park registration desk between noon and 5 PM. For more information or for help with  registration,  please  call  Paso  Robles  Recreation  Services  at  805.237.3988  or  email recservices@prcity.com.

For  more information or  questions about  the class, please  contact instructor Lisa Gray at LL_Gray@yahoo.com or call her at (805) 704-4195.

For more advanced quilters, Gray will be offering a six-week Intermediate Quiltmaking class beginning on Saturday, February 17 at Centennial Park. Need based scholarships are available for this class through Paso Robles Recreation Services. Learn more and apply for a scholarship at prcity.com/scholarships.

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Heather Stephenson
City of Paso Robles Recreation Coordinator Marketing & Classes 
(805) 237-3994
hstephenson@prcity.com


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