Quilt­ing Skill Lev­els

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Begin­ner

A quil­ter who has been in­tro­duced to the ba­sics of cut­ting, piec­ing and as­sem­bling a quilt top and is work­ing to mas­ter th­ese skills. Some­one who has the knowl­edge of how to sand­wich, quilt and bind a quilt, but may not have nec­es­sar­ily ac­com­plished the task yet.

Con­fi­dent Begin­ner

A quil­ter who has pieced and as­sem­bled sev­eral quilt tops and is com­fort­able with the process, and is now ready to move on to more chal­leng­ing tech­niques and projects us­ing at least two dif­fer­ent tech­niques.

In­ter­me­di­ate

A quil­ter who is com­fort­able with most quilt­ing tech­niques and has a good un­der­stand­ing for de­sign, color and the whole process. A quil­ter who is ex­pe­ri­enced in pa­per piec­ing, bias piec­ing and projects in­volv­ing mul­ti­ple tech­niques. Some­one who is con­fi­dent in mak­ing fab­ric se­lec­tions other than those listed in the pat­tern.

Ad­vanced

A quil­ter who is look­ing for a chal­leng­ing de­sign. Some­one who knows she or he can make any type of quilt. Some­one who has the skills to read, com­pre­hend and com­plete a pat­tern, and is will­ing to take on any tech­nique. A quil­ter who is com­fort­able in her or his skills and has the abil­ity to se­lect fab­ric suited to the project.

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