Sunday, October 14th, 2018

8:30am-11:30am & 1pm-4pm

Poppin In or Convex Illusions-Kathy Johnson Day 2

See Saturday information for this class

Wedges - Kris Jacobson

Level- Advanced Beginner to Intermediate. Using a 10 degree ruler students will cut wedges and make 60 degree wedges. Then you play with the wedges to find a layout of their choice. The photos show one choice of a layout and what one block looks like. In class we will look at some of the layout options. Any 60 degree layout will work with these blocks. You quilt blocks can be very modern looking or more traditional depending on your fabric choice.

Materials

Fabric for wedges: various colors, 1/4 yards or fat quarters or 9” x 12” strips of scraps

Fabric for triangle points: 4” Strips of a contrasting color.

I started with 20 blocks and then made more. In class you will want to make at least 6 blocks and you can make a table runner with that many. I also choose to do it scrappy and my strips were 9 x 3 for each 10 degree wedge and there are 6 wedges in each block.

Supplies

10-degree ruler (Phillips Fiber Art carry’s one)

60 degree ruler or mat with 60 degree markings

A square ruler with 60 Degree markings

Basic sewing supplies

Basic cutting supplies

Optional Book: Wedge Quilt Workshop by Christine Cameli


Hexagon Star - Kari Huber



Class level - confident beginner/intermediate

In this class, students will be constructing a deceptively simple hexagon star with a jelly roll and background yardage. Pre-sewing the strip sets before class is recommended but not required. Those who pre-sew can expect to have a finished quilt top at the end of class.
Pre-sewing instructions:
Divide jelly roll into four distinct color groupings, for example: Blue, orange, green and yellow (my sample colors). You will need 7 strips of each color, so 7 blue, 7 orange, etc. Sewing the strata in the same order, i.e.: blue orange, green, yellow, create 7 strata. Press seams all in one direction. If you have questions about how to do this, please contact me. You can expect to get your strip sets sewn in about 3-4 hours or less.

Supply list:
• Book: New Ways with Jelly Rolls by Pam and Nicky Lintott available at Dakota Sew and So, Dickinson. Holly will be glad to ship the book to you if you aren't able to get to the shop. The shop phone is 701 225-1408.
• One jelly roll with at least 4 distinct colors and good contrast. Batiks work beautifully for this, but other, "solid" looking fabrics would also work.
• 3 yards background fabric. We will be using this in class to finish the top.
• 1/2 yard binding fabric - not needed in class.
• 60 degree triangle ruler that you probably already have. It must be large enough to make 8 1/2" triangles. I prefer the Clearview Triangle Ruler.
• Basic sewing kit - neutral thread (I prefer lime green, of course, but go with what works for you!), sewing machine, cutting mat and rotary cutter, design wall, 24" long ruler, 12" square ruler if you have it and any other basic sewing items you find necessary. Don't forget the Snickers bar for the teacher.



On Point - Denise Fried



This quilt is easy to pull together. All you need is a jelly roll, background fabric that contrast with the fabrics in the jelly roll. You'll have this quilt On Point in no time at all.
Pattern Required (can be obtained online at Craftsy under the Midnight Quilter, On Point)
Materials:
2 ½" wide strips 40 (jelly roll works well)
Background and border fabric 3 ½ yards
Backing 4 ½ yards
Binding 5/8 yard cut into 2 ½" wide strips
Helpful tools Strip Tube Ruler or Strip Tube Junior by Cozy Quilt Designs or 6 ½" square ruler

Cutting Prior to Class:

40 – 2 ½” strips or a jelly roll

From background fabric, cut 20 – 4 ½” strips from width of fabric.

Sewing Prior to Class:

Sew together 2 of the 2 ½” strips together using a ¼” seam allowance. Press in one direction. Your strip set should measure 4 ½” wide.

Supply List:

BSK=Basic Sewing Kit. RCE=Rotary Cutting Equipment