At Thursday evening's second beginner quiltmaking lesson, newbies learned about rotary cutting - using a rotary mat, acrylic rulers and a rotary cutter to straighten and cut fabric.
After the rotary cutting demonstration, Rebekahs stationed themselves at tables around the room to give guidance if anyone had difficulties.
Sometimes, to be sure those rotary cuts were perfectly straight, an extra pair of hands became helpful.
Two can always accomplish more, and have more fun, than one working alone!
After rotary cutting, newbies learned how to sew blocks together to create a "web" and make a finished quilt top.
A demonstration of how to measure, cut and sew borders to a quilt center concluded the evening's lesson.
There is no lesson Thursday, October 20, so students have two weeks to make a quilt top... or two or three! The next lesson is October 27. Students will learn how to make a quilt sandwich, tie a quilt, and learn a little bit about machine quilting.