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Community Education classes are open to the general public regardless of educational background. These classes are self-supporting, and the fees collected from Community Education cover all instructional, administrative, and overhead cost of the program. Classes are non-credit and do not carry credit applicable toward an Ohio University degree or transfer to other institutions. Classes are scheduled year round with each term typically running 4 to 6 weeks.

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Are you interested in learning the basic skills needed to create one of Appalachia’s oldest art forms? If so, the Quilting Basics class is for you! Topics include selecting and preparing materials, choosing patterns, rotary cutting tools and skills, piecing, and beginning quilting and binding. You will have your choice to create a tablerunner or set of placemats.

Date/Time: Thursdays May 5, 12, 19 & 26, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Instructors: Dr. Kim Keffer, Dr. Miki Crawford, and Dr. Martha Evans

Course Cost: $25

Supply Cost: Supplies not included. Instructors will go over what you will need to purchase the first night of class.

Location: Proctorville Center

About the Instructors: Dr. Kim Keffer, Dr. Miki Crawford, and Dr. Martha Evans are instructors at OHIO University and are avid quilters. They have a group called Material Hugs that makes Quilts of Valor for local veterans. 



Note: Class dates/times, meeting locations and availability is subject to change based on Ohio University's COVID-19 operations plan. Participants will be notified of any changes as soon as possible.