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Pojagi Technique

Come learn this historic Korean art of patchwork. The international Quilt Study Center & Museum says:  "Patchwork pojagi called chogk po, had many uses.  They served to cover, wrap, store, and carry objects in the common person's activities of daily life."

Materials to sew Pojagi:

Batiks (suggest jewel tones)
Thread - 50 wt, neutral color
Scissors, Rotary cutter, ruler
Best press or spray starch
Sewing machine in good working order

Confident Beginner can construct this simple form of patchwork.

Bring 5 inch squares of fabrics to construct a simple placemat that could grow into a window covering, quilt, etc - the sky is the limit.  Once you start sewing these you wont be able to stop. The sample sewn in class would look good in all neutrals or colorful batiks. 

Instructor: Lynda Bruce
Instructor Bio: Lynda's positive attitude and enthusiasm enhances the classes she teaches at A Quilter's Corner. Lynda has over 40+ years of quilting experiences; has a passion for learning new techniques and loves passing this knowledge on to her students. Lynda strives to give her students a great experience in a relaxing atmosphere. Lynda is also a certified Laura Heine Collage teacher. Lynda is married to her husband Robert for 44 years; they have one son and daughter-in-law who live in California. Lynda is a retired nurse of 31 years and they have an 11-year-old long-haired tuxedo cat Sparkie.

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