Attend all four sessions
You’d like to make a quilt, but don’t know the first thing about it? This class is just what you need! It will cover the entire process of quilting: fabric selection, rotary cutting, ¼” piecing, borders, sandwiching, quilting, and binding. Over 4 sessions (including homework) you will be making a 60” x 72” throw quilt. This class is intended for the beginning quilter.
Supply list: ● “Perfect Ten” pattern by Swirly Girls ● Rotary cutter with a fresh blade, and acrylic ruler/s (If you need to purchase them: a 45 mm cutter is recommended, and a rectangular ruler that is 3 - 6” wide and 12 - 24” long is a good basic ruler). Cutting mats are provided for use during class. ● Sewing machine, feet, bobbins and machine needles (size 80/12 is recommended) ● The basics: pins, needles, seam ripper, scissors ● Other optional supplies will be discussed in class, allowing plenty of time to acquire them. ● Note: Session #1 will include instruction on fabric selection and time to purchase, but you are welcome to bring any fabric that you would like to consider using for your quilt. ● All purpose piecing thread (in a color to match fabrics, or a neutral, e.g. gray or beige) ● There will be a break for lunch, so plan to either bring a lunch or make a quick run to a nearby restaurant for takeout. ● Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-204-8679