PANELS, PANELS, PANELS - Panels with a Twist with Albert Cote


By polular Demand, we have added a 2nd class with Al Cote on Thursday, March, 2, 2017

Al Cote at The Quilt Store, March 2 & 3, 2017

Using three (3) identical panels of your choice, you will create a beautiful one of a kind art piece.  One panel will be saved as is.  The other two panels will be cut into strips and sewn together along with at least two coordinating fabrics of your choice (jelly roll race style with a twist).  Once you have a size that you are happy with, we continue the process again but this time with a twist.  Now we cut this piece in the opposite direction into strips again and sew once more in the jelly roll race style.  Not finished yet!  Now diagonal cutting and the strips are sewn on the miter. To finish we add this piece to the "saved“ panel and square it all up.  DONE!

Albert Cote coming to The Quilt Store on March 3, 2017Instructor, Albert Cote was born in Niagara Falls, Ontario. He graduated from Brock University with a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts and a Bachelor of Education. While pursuing a very successful visual arts career he also owned and operated a successful hair salon for 36 years After his wife Debbie retired from teaching, they opened a Quilt Store in Niagara Falls. Albert soon got "hooked " on fabric and combined his visual arts with his quilting arts. Al soon retired to quilt full time. His very creative and innovative classes soon saw him travelling all across Ontario and the U.S. giving trunk shows and workshops. In 2012 he was honored to participate in "Culture Canada" and his very large piece which was created with fellow artists' Irma Bull and Suzi Dwor hangs in the Regional offices in St. Catharines, Ontario.  He has many commissioned pieces throughout the area including seven pieces at Hospice Niagara.