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​​​​​Biography

KATHRYN PELLMAN
Kathryn Pellman is an artist, fashionista, quilter, cook, baker, gardener and storyteller. Her whimsical quilts combine fashion and quilting along with her passions to create single frame cartoon stories that invoke fashion illustration and feature mostly long limbed and knobby kneed female figures she calls fashionistas.  She describes her semi-autobiographical quilts as a celebration and exploration of women and femininity. Her quilts have been exhibited throughout the United States and published in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and American Quilter.  Kathryn is the coauthor of Backart -- On the Flip Side.
​For more info about Kathryn click
here to visit her website.



WORKSHOP REGISTRATION
Workshop fee: Members pay:$70 prior to AUG 17.
$75 (check or cash) on the day of the WAC General Meeting AUG 18 and the day of the workshop AUG 19.
​Non-members pay $80.

TO REGISTER IN ADVANCE BY CHECK OR CHARGE
Make the check payable to: WAC
Mail the workshop check to:
WAC c/o Bobbie Moon, 2055 E. Foothill Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107
Please include the following: your name, address, phone number, email address, title and date of the workshop.
For more info about the workshop and supplies contact
Rita Kriege


​Or pay for the workshop on-line with Paypal.

​Members click here to pay
​for the workshop

Non-Members click here to pay
​for the workshop


​​​​​​Workshop -
Aug. 19, 2018

Kathryn Pellman –
“Paper Dolls for Grown ups”
















Using your imagination, fusible appliqué, conversational prints, free cutting and free motion appliqué, create a small single frame scene featuring your own unique fashionistas.  Learn how to draw figures, style hair, create dresses, shoes and handbags. Project:  8" - 14" finished piece with one or more fashionistas that can be framed. Using your imagination, fusible applique, conversational prints, free cutting and free motion applique, create a small single frame scene featuring your own unique fashionistas.  You will learn how to draw figures, style hair, create dresses, shoes and handbags.
 
Finished Project:  8" - 14" finished piece with one or more fashionistas that can be framed.


Supply List 

Sewing Machine (cleaned & oiled) with machine embroidery/free motion foot
Fabric Scissors
Paper Scissors
Embroidery or smaller scissors that allow you to cut detail
Thread snips, pins
Rotary Cutter, Rotary Cutting Mat (small is fine, your finished piece will not be larger than 12” square), Rotary Cutting Ruler.  If you have a 12.5” square, bring it.
Assorted Thread including black and decorative if you have any*
Pressing Sheet
Disappearing Ink or Chalk Pen
1/2 yard Wonder-Under 805*, 1/2 yard white felt (this is your batting)*
Fabric: lots of small pieces of conversational printed (flowers, fashion accessories, props, dogs, cats, etc. Note figure is approximately 5” head to toe).**
A selection of approximately 14 x 14 or larger solid or neutral monochromatic print for background (cotton, polished cotton, silk dupioni)**
A selection of approximately 3”x5” or larger printed “dress fabric”
14 x 14 or larger print for back with matching thread for bobbin
Paper, pen and pencil
*Available to purchase in class **A limited selection will be available for sale
Sharing and trading is encouraged.

$8 handout fee payable in class.

kathryn.pellman@gmail.com - www.kathrynpellman.com​


Workshop Location: Glendale Fire Dept.,Community Room (2nd floor), 421 Oak St., Glendale, CA 91204 
Hours: 9:00am to 4:00pm with a one hour lunch break.


Note:
the locations of these workshops vary. Due to
increasing costs the workshops may vary in price. There is often an additional kit fee. REFUNDS can only be made for cancellations received before the first day of the month in which the workshop is held.