Timna Tarr – Map Making with Fabrics

Use fabric to capture a special location. Maybe it’s your favorite vacation spot, your neighborhood, or your hometown. Over the course of the workshop, participants will learn both pattern-making and improvisational quilting techniques to create personal map quilts. Bring a large paper map of a location you would like to replicate (approx. 24”x36”), your favorite fabrics and threads, and a willingness to experiment. Mark your place in the world!

Timna Tarr comes from a long line of quilters but did not begin quilting until after studying art history in college. She bought her first longarm in 2001 and began quilting clients’ quilts shortly thereafter. Timna’s own nationally award-winning quilts are in private and corporate collections. They have also been seen in numerous exhibits, magazines, and books as well as on The Quilt Show and Quilting Arts TV. Timna is an in-demand teacher and speaker, traveling across the U.S. She lives in South Hadley, MA and works out of her studio in Holyoke, MA.

Learn more about Timna Tarr and all her workshops at www.TimnaTarr.com

This class will be on Friday April 24, 2020 and is open to members only until March 1st. The class is limited to a maximum of 25 people so don’t delay. The class is only $45 (+PayPal fee of $2.50) for members who sign up before March 1st. Click here to pay and reserve your seat now. Go to Program page for a more detailed supply list.

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  1. When is the workshop? I am interested in going.

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