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Ease into Improv with Elaine Poplin

Have you been wanting to try a more improvisational approach but aren’t sure where to start? Then this class is for you! We will cover a simple improv log cabin and make a table runner.

Other improv techniques (curves, wonky stars, incorporating improv curves into half-square triangles) will be shown as time allows.


Materials needed:

4 fat quarters “lights”

4 fat quarters “darks”

1 fat quarter for log cabin centers

Basic sewing kit for classes (machine, thread, needle, bobbins, snips, rotary cutter, pins, etc.)

Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details:
Instructor: Elaine Poplin
Instructor Bio: Elaine Wick Poplin is a Huntsville native, and a retired high school math teacher. She has been sewing since preschool and quilting for almost as long. Her quilts have been displayed (and some have ribboned) at AQS shows around the country, at the International Quilt Festival in Houston, at QuiltCon, and at the Georgia Quilt Show, in all of the local HQH Fanfare Quilt Shows since 2005, and has had her work published in several magazines and books. She is a member of Heritage Quilters of Huntsville, the Modern Quilt Guild, and is an ambassador for Cherrywood Hand Dyed Fabrics. Elaine first started Free-Motion Quilting in 2002, and switched to a longarm quilting machine in 2016. She upgraded to an INNOVA in 2022, and has been LOVING it!

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