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3 Day Workshop with Jacqueline deJonge

Jacqueline deJonge comes to us from the Netherlands, her love of color and paperpiecing techniques lead to the most vibrant and exciting quilts.
A knowledge of foundation paperpiecing method is necessary for this class.
Put this workshop on your Christmas list and join us for the once in a lifetime experience! Jacqueline will be teaching Luminosity, Dream Flight, Serendipity and Miss Rosie.
Please note, this class will be held upstairs in our 100 year old building, we do not have an elevator, but we will be on hand to help tote your supplies upstairs.
Skill Level:
Intermediate to Advanced
Materials Included:
Kit or Pattern and Fabrics of chosen lines for class. Sewing machine in good working order. 1/4" ruler, 1/4' presser foot, tape, freezer paper, add a quarter ruler, fabric glue, #2507 pins from Clover, fabric marker, seam ripper, scissors, 28mm rotary cutter with mat, zip lock bags
Instructor Bio:
Jacqueline's quilting life began in 1978 when she saw a magazine picture of a Log Cabin-pattern quilt. Right away she had to try her hand at this fascinating work. Since then she has taught herself and tried over the years to reach a level of perfection, not to show off, but because she loves the beauty she can achieve through my designs. Her goal is to inspire quilters all over the world with beauty and color.
She has always been creative, but quilting has hooked her. To be able to work well at something you love is a miracle and a gift from God.

Her quilts have been displayed worldwide and have won international awards. They are based on traditional designs but with a contemporary and colorful twist.
In 2004 at the encouragement of her father she entered the Open European Quilt Championship and won the Color Trophy. Since that year she has lectured and conducted workshops throughout the United States, Canada, Australia and Europe.

Jacqueline's passion for quilting helps make her an encouraging and personable teacher. She loves to share her enthusiasm for her designs with others and to bring them to a different and higher level where they can find their own artistic skills. She also shows her students that quilts that may seem difficult in a picture are actually not that hard after all.
She lives in the Netherlands in the old and beautiful city of Delft, famous for Royal Delft porcelain.

3 Day Workshop with Jacqueline deJonge

$ 300.00
Includes lunch, please advise MQC of any dietary restrictions

'We Don't Want to Count it'
March 23-29
CLOSED March 30