Is there a quilt you would like to make? Do you have a project that you would like to finish? Have you ever seen a quilt that just strikes your fancy but you think too difficult? Come join our class and learn the basics and beyond with all the company of fellow quilting and appliqué enthusiasts which will keep you going through the time consuming but creative and rewarding process of starting, making and finishing your own special quilt.
Class meets September 16, October 7, 21, 28 and November 4 and 18. Optional field trips to quilt and fabric shops will be discussed in class.
Supply List :
rotary cutter, mat and ruler
template plastic – 1 sheets (without a grid) appox 20 x 22”
very good sharp scissors – G-4 or G-5 with large finger openings
thimbles – raised edge quilting metal or brown leather
quilt hoop (14” or 16”) Marie is best
needles -cotton darners for basting
Piecemaker – sharps #12 for hand stitching and between #12 for quilting
Collins #103 – glass head pins or Clover – Ultra Fine
cotton sewing thread for quilting and hand sewing, pincushion
real beeswax available from instructor
container with lid
mechanical pencil – 0.5 with 2B lead
sharpie marker – ultra-fine point, black
Clover white marker (wet wax) – fine point
Three ring binder, 1” (heavy duty), binder pockets (2 packs of 5), and 2 packs of Page Bound Sheet Protectors (10 page set, top loading).
Cathy Berry has been quilting and teaching traditional quilt techniques for over 20 years.