Janice Kagenski | mqxshow.com

Janice Kagenski began sewing at the age of 10, but fell in love with quilting in 1982 after seeing all the beautiful quilts at the New York State Fair. With a degree in Computer Science and a job in the Computer Aided Design and Drafting industry, she knew that longarm quilting would be in her future. She purchased a Gammill longarm machine in 2007 and computerized it with an Intelliquilter in 2011. Computerized quilting gives her the precision that she desires. She loves to help others with their quilting endeavors. Janice resides in southern New Hampshire and belongs to several quilt guilds


216-20 IQ: Borders, Borders, Borders
With Janice Kagenski
Thursday, April 16, 2020
9:00 AM to 11:00 AM Eastern Time

$50.00 Regular Price
Handout Fee: $5.00
DoubleTree Hotel / Center of New Hampshire
Level:  Everyone
Type of Class: Computerized- Intelliquilter, Product Specific

Learn the various methods of border design on the IQ using Repeat Pattern, Path Pattern, and Line Pattern. Size the borders to fit the ideal quilt, then learn how to make them fit the actual quilt and stitch them without turning the quilt.

 The IQ tablet will not used in class.




240-20 IQ: No-Sew Zones – No Problem!
With Janice Kagenski
Thursday, April 16, 2020
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM Eastern Time

$50.00 Regular Price
Handout Fee: $5.00
DoubleTree Hotel / Center of New Hampshire
Level:  Everyone
Type of Class: Computerized- Intelliquilter, Product Specific

Learn to define and use No-Sew Zones in a variety of situations including: No-Sew Zones inside pantographs, with background fills, and larger than the available quilting space. Techniques for dealing with fabric draw-up and minimizing transitions at the No-Sew Zones will be discussed.

 The IQ tablet will not used in class.




316-20 IQ: Divide and Conquer
With Janice Kagenski
Friday, April 17, 2020
9:00 AM to 11:00 AM Eastern Time

$50.00 Regular Price
Handout Fee: $5.00
DoubleTree Hotel / Center of New Hampshire
Level:  Everyone
Type of Class: Computerized- Intelliquilter, Product Specific

Learn to use Divide Pattern to split a closed pattern into two separate patterns, or convert a closed pattern to an open pattern with a built-in transition. Discover the multiple uses of Divide, including using closed patterns as line patterns or pantograph patterns, creating new patterns, and quilting patterns larger than the available quilting space.

The IQ tablet will not be used in class.




336-20 IQ: Solving Pattern Alignment Issues During Stitching
With Janice Kagenski
Friday, April 17, 2020
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM Eastern Time

$50.00 Regular Price
Handout Fee: $5.00
DoubleTree Hotel / Center of New Hampshire
Level:  Everyone
Type of Class: Computerized- Intelliquilter, Product Specific

Learn techniques to combat pattern alignment issues during stitching for patterns that must touch each other to be successful. Crosshatching, puzzle pieces, and chicken wire are prime examples. Learn to create a visually pleasing result with the majority of quilting done as a pantograph, and the remainder using the magic of line pattern. Students will receive several IQ patterns (by email after class).

 The IQ tablet will not be used in class.




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