270-941-0400
5165 Old Mill Road. (S.R.1638)
Brandenburg, Kentucky 40108
"The Art of A Good Time"

July 24-26, 2020  
 Hexi Quilt Class
 Instructor:  Linda Cronwell

Otter Creek Retreat will be hosting “Hexi Quilt Retreat Weekend” and will be open to the public. Our instructor, Linda Cronwell, will lead us through this quick and easy pattern.  Your hexagon quilt may finish as a table topper, wall hanging, charity quilt, eye spy quilt, supply bag, or lap quilt.  It is an economical way to reduce your stash of fabric in making a very colorful or a more simplified quilt. You will decide on your use for this small project.

Prerequisite: Basic sewing instructions
Sewing machine must be in good working condition. Machine must be able to perform straight and zigzag stitches.

Supply List

seam ripper
small scissors
extra needles, needles should be 14 or 16
pins, pins, pins
blue or green painter's tape
thread that matches your background fabric
rotary cutter (extra blades)
cutting mat
separate rotary cutter for cutting batting or additional blade

Fabric requirements per project:
Baby or lap quilt
1.5 yards for background
4 fat quarters or 1 yard or 20 large scraps for quilt front
1 yard Batting or scraps

Wall Quilt 48x70
5 yards for background
4 yards or many, many large scraps for an Eye Spy for front
4 yards or many, many scraps of batting

Optional Baby Kits Available for $15.00
Choose your theme:  dogs, fruit, zoo animals, flowers, sewing.

This project helps to use up scraps of fabric and batting that is left from other projects.  Tape will be provided for piecing.  

Option 1:  Two Overnight Guest Stay $100
(Sitting Fee Included)
Option 2:  Day Guest Only - Sitting Fee $40
Instructor Fee $45
Hexagon Template Tool $28
Baby Quilt Kit $25
Meal Package $20
Day Guest Saturday Lunch $10 

Daily Schedule

Schedule - subject to change
Friday, July 24, 2020        
NoonCheck-In  
1 pm - 6 pmClass Begins
6 pmDinner (On your own)   
7:00 pmFree time for sewing

Saturday, July 25, 2020
8 amBreakfast for overnight guest
8:30 amCheck-in for day guest
9 amClass  Begins
1 pmLunch
2:00 pmClass continues
6 pmDinner (On your own)

Sunday, July 26, 2020
6-8 amPastries, fresh fruit, coffee, juice
8:30 - 11:30Sewing
NoonGood-byes, Farewells

Coffee, tea, and juice will be provided with meals.
No snacks will be provided.
Only breakfast and lunch will be available.
Dinner meals, you may provide your own food and prep.
Most ladies choose to go to local restaurant for dinner.
 
Each participant is asked to bring a snack for sharing table.

Instructor Bio
Linda Cronwell

Linda learned to sew in 4-H when she was 10. She made a skirt with an elastic waste band and a fringed scarf.  That was the start of a long ride of making clothes for herself.  She learned to do tailoring, embellishments, using all types of fabrics.  In 1977, she made her first quilt as a shower gift for a friend's baby.  She quilted off an on, mostly making gifts for friends.  In 2003, she got serious about quilting, making a tree skirt and stockings for family.  In 2007, she and her husband retired and moved to Tennessee. Quilting became all consuming.  In 2009, she started working for Quilter's Rule and her quilting became even more involved.  She tries a new technique or design on every quilt to challenge herself.

To PAY ONLINE, please click the Otter on the left for our SQUARE account.  Then, locate Section for se Template Tools Retreat and choose from the items listed for this event.