INTRODUCTION TO LONGARM MACHINE QUILTING CLASSES
It doesn't matter what brand of machine you own or are thinking about purchasing, you can attend this class.
TAUGHT BY: BEV SIEVERS
INDEPENDENT CLASS COORDINATOR/INSTRUCTOR:
1105 Hawkeye Dr.
Hiawatha, Iowa 52233
East on Boyson Rd (Exit 25) off of Hwy 380, approximately 3 blocks to Hawkeye Dr.
North on Hawkeye Dr. Nolting Mfg is on the East side of the street.
I can hold the class in my Studio in Waterloo Iowa if it is more convenient for the student, especially if a Saturday is needed for the student.
DESCRIPTION OF CLASS:
The class is on the basics needed to get started, for the wannabe or the beginner quilter. I will explain and show how to prepare and load a quilt on a machine, using zippers to load a quilt, the tension adjustments, needles, the threading, and the threads. The student will be doing hands on training. We will work from the front of the machine and the back of the machine both. I will share information on tools and supplies needed for a beginner to get off to a positive start.
SPECIFIC DATES CAN BE REQUESTED
I am flexible in my schedule, so to better help anyone interested in classes I will
schedule classes on dates that best fit the students schedule if at all possible.
I will do one on one classes.
$175.00 per Student
Classes will be held 9:00 a.m. to 2ish p.m. (this is flexible)
Students will be responsible for they own lunches.
Deposit of 50% of class fee for each class taken is due upon
acceptance of registration. Balance due upon arrival at the workshop.
All checks should be made payable to Bev Sievers.
Contact Independent Class Coordinator/Instructor, Bev Sievers at email@example.com or
Loading the quilt in the correct manner. Use of zippers when loading a quilt. Setting tensions correctly for the best stitching. Choosing the correct batting. Work with rulers and templates, stencil work for custom quilting, hands on free hand/motion quilting. Products available to use in order to advance your quilting skills, including working at back of table. Attaching binding while quilt is on the longarm. Tips on getting started quilting for income.
TIME: 9ISH – 2:30ISH (TIME IS FLEXIBLE)
STUDENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OWN LUNCH
Instructor Bio :
How to operate your Nolting Longarm
7-20&21 or 7-27&28 or 8-3&4
Kash Building in Cambridge, NE
$100 per day
The class is to help build confidence and skills. You will learn many of the techniques, tips and tools of the experienced longarm quilters.
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Rogene is a professional longarm quilter and Nolting dealer in Nebraska and surrounding area.
Saturday appointments only
Inver Grove Heights, Mn 55076
The class will cover the basics needed for you to get started on your longarm machine. We'll discuss loading your machine, threads to use, needles, tension problems, batting and supplies needed to care for your machine.
We'll cover freehand, working with patterns and using templates. We'll also use the machine with and without the stitch regulator.
Price: $125 or FREE with your purchase of a machine.
Nolting Quilting Machines is the originator of the longarm quilting machine. Nolting offers new longarm quilting machines for professional quilters and quilters who quilt as a hobby. We also accept Gammill, APQS, KenQuilt, Tin Lizzie, Innova, Voyager 17, A-1, Design a Quilt, Nustyle, New Joy, Penny Winkle, Prodigy and HandiQuilter machines for trade-in. We also sell used Gammill, APQS, KenQuilt, Tin Lizzie, Innova, Voyager 17, A-1, Design a Quilt, Nustyle, New Joy, Penny Winkle, Prodigy and HandiQuilter machines.