Friday, October 13th, 2017

All Day Class: 9:00 - 12:00 & 1:00 - 4:00 Mountain

MAKE IT UP AS YOU GO-Sally Terry

Sally Terry

Minimum skill level: Advanced Beginner

This class encourages you to keep building your skills. Get exciting texture, beautiful repeating shapes, cross over the lines and love the look. Learn to choose and coordinate your patterns with others on the quilt top. Just for fun we will limit ourselves to 3 patterns, then find creative ways to use them throughout the quilt top from border to block to sashing and fills, adding more texture, more detail, more design. The class focuses on texture pattern size, detailed fills and repetition.

Supply List for All Sally Terry Classes

Sewing machine, sewing machine manual, 4 pre-wound bobbins, 1 fresh spool of thread, favorite drawing pencil, fabric marker for light colored fabric, 8" x 10" pizza/cereal box cardboard, 30" x 30" pre-basted muslin sandwich with low loft batting or a 24" x 24" pre-basted muslin sandwich with low loft batting for half day class. Thread cutting scissor's, pins, 6" x 18" to 24" ruler, scrap bag, extension cord, chair cushion to sit higher (optional). Make It Up As You Go Class bring border stencils and patterns that you already have. Running Threads Class bring pesky threads you have trouble running. Free Motion Using Stencils Rulers and Templates bring stencil and templates you may already have. Machine Quilting Designs For More Modern Quilts bring quilt tops for machine quilting pattern suggestions.

Handout Fee $3 per student per class, $4 per student per class with a folder added.

JUDY NIEMEYER TABLE RUNNER-Lauren Rogers- all day and Evening

Wrapped RibbonCastus Flower

CappuccinoStormy Seas

Certified Judy Niemeyer teacher, Lauren Rogers will be teaching your choice of the above table runner patterns. Patterns can be ordered from Quiltworx.com or from your local quilt shop. Instructions and yardage will be in the pattern you choose. Basic sewing supplies needed.

Friday Evening classes

7:00 PM to 10:00 PM Mountain

MEDORA MYSTERY-Kathy Johnson

74” X 82”

Sewing Machine
General Sewing Supplies
Rotary Equipment

Fabrics:

Choose your border fabric first. I would choose a medium to large print with several different colors in it. A black background for this fabric would be a plus because we are using black in the quilt.

From this border fabric choose 3 color families (like purple, orange and blue, whatever colors are in your fabric). You will need 2 fabrics from each color family. I would pick ones that are more tone on tone or not too much print to them. You will want a medium light and medium dark for each color. Plus you will need a background fabric.

Background fabric – 1 ⅞ yards
Black fabric- ⅞ yard
Border fabric – 1 ⅜ yards
For the remaining 6 medium fabrics you will need ⅝ yard if each.

Cutting before class:

From each of your 6 medium fabrics cut 2 – 8 ½” strips
From the black fabric cut 6 – 2 ½” strips and 8 – 1 ½” strips
From border fabric cut 8 – 4 ½” strips

JUDY NIEMEYER TABLE RUNNER-Lauren Rogers, continued

See instructions and photos up above

NOEL STAINED GLASS WALLHANGING-Merry Moose

Noel Stained Glass

13 1/2” x 40 1/2”

Kit $49.99 + tax

Pattern: $12.99 + tax

The kit for the class includes all of the items needed for the Table Runner including the backing, batting and the Clover Quick Fuse Bias in Gold or Silver to match whichever kit you choose. Since it’s a quilt as you go, we just included batting and backing to match. We don’t have the fabrics yet, but I can tell you we’re planning on Hoffman Fabrics with a bit of metallic to it. They’re gorgeous. We are including a couple of extra yards of the Clover Quick Fuse in each kit. I asked Brenda from Bear Paw about this and she said, the requirement on the pattern is for someone who is very frugal and has worked with it quite a bit. There isn’t much left over she said, so we’ll put extra in each kit, so we don’t have to worry, just in case no one has used it before. The needed items are standard equipment and supplies. A small iron (Clover) that heats all the way to the tip is extremely useful. It’s hard to share this during class. It calls for Roxanne’s Glue-Baste It and we will have that available also, although won’t include be in the kit, just in case people already have their own. It also recommends 70/10 needles, so we’ll make sure and have a good supply of those along. It goes through the Quick Fuse Bias much easier than an 80/12. You can order the pattern from Merry Moose if you want and we can bring it along.

Yardage is: If you are choosing not to order the kit

Background 1/2 yard Woven Fusible 18” x 45”

Sashing and swags Fat Quarter Backing 18’ x 45”

Letters, Posts & Binding 1/2 yard Cotton Batting 18” x 45”

Clover Quick Bias in Gold or Silver to match fabric - 13 yards (one reel is 11 yards)

Supplies:

Sewing Machine Iron that heats to the tip

#70/10 sewing machine needles Sewing Awl

Fine thread to Match Bias Tape Pins

Paper Scissors Small Sharp Scissors

Safety Pins #2 Pencil or Sharpie Ultra fine Marker

Freezer Paper Roxanne’s Glue-Baste-It

Rotary cutting equipment