PUEBLO - Dangerous Curves Workshop with Jenny Kae
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PUEBLO - Dangerous Curves Workshop with Jenny Kae

Dangerous Curves Workshop

Danger! There are curves ahead! Intimidated by piecing curves? Tried before with less than glorious results? But there is nothing to fear here. Learn, step-by- step, to master curved piecing with three classic blocks. You CAN do it and get GREAT results.


Pattern Booklet - $12 (Available at First Stitches)

Fabric – Dangerous Curves project – 56” by 22”.
  • Yellows – 3/8 yard
  • Greens – 3/8 yard
  • Magenta – 2/8 yard
  • Outer Border – 3/8 yard
  • Background, Sashing and Inner Border – 1-1/4 yard
  • Outer Border – 3/8 yard
  • Backing – 1-5/8 yards
  • Batting – 62” by 28”
  • Binding – 3/8 yard

Sewing machine in good working order and basic sewing supplies (thread, mat, cutter, pins etc.)

*Small rotary cutter and a rotating mat are VERY helpful if you are using the template pack

¼” foot - required, Curved piecing foot - strongly encouraged

1 sheet Template Plastic, Ultra Fine Sharpie, Scissors for cutting plastic and fabric and Fabric-marking
pen if NOT purchasing templates.


Template pack - $65 – optional (The template set includes all the acrylic templates for making 8”
finished blocks for all three blocks, Rob Peter to Pay Paul, Drunkard’s Path and Winding Ways.)

*****Homework BEFORE class - Heavily starch and press all Yellows, Greens, Magenta and Background
Skill Level:
Skill Details:
Experienced Beginner
See list of supplies.
Instructor Name:
Jenny Kae Parks
Instructor Bio:
I am living the dream! I get to spend my days working with beautiful fabrics, beautiful designs and beautiful people. AND I get to share about something I love! Don't get me wrong, there is plenty of hard work and stick-to-itiveness. But I am so blessed to have this vocation, to have been given these opportunities.

One of my favorite quotes is "Fortune favors the prepared mind." from Louis Pasteur. Let me tell you how I got here. There are really three key traits I have spent a long time preparing: creativity, teaching ability and performance.

I have always been creative and had a love of color. I remember organizing my box of crayons in color order. I fed that drive with books, magazines, tv shows and videos. (I call this part "vicarious crafting", because I often went long stretches not making a DARN thing, just reading about it!) I learned garment construction, embroidery and crewel, floral design and even an unsuccessful attempt at knitting. I often combined patterns, these sleeves, that neckline, this skirt, to get just the vision I wanted. When I started quilting, it brought all theses skills together and I was happily trapped. My little sewing space in the laundry was my oasis. To be a designer, you have to blaze your own trail. Others' ideas can be an inspiration, but you have to have your own point of view, blaze your own trail.

I come from a long line of teachers. My dad was a high school math teacher for years. My mother also taught English and Spanish before I came along. And my birth-mom taught special needs children for years. I always have an inner dialogue about how to teach something. "Now, when you add the potatoes to the pan, don't crowd them or they will steam." I was in my 40s when I realized not everyone has this running commentary! I spent 14 years honing this skill when I homeschooled my daughters.

PUEBLO - Dangerous Curves Workshop with Jenny Kae

$ 76.00
Full day workshop; bring a snack lunch. Please see "homework" prior to class in the supply list.