Saturday, October 13th, 2018

Morning Class 8:30-11:30

Rock N Jelly Roll Table Runner- Kris Jacobson

Choose a theme fabric that is not overly busy and 2 ½ inch strips to create this fun table runner. Let your strips be the star by adding in accent colors and make your runner Rock!

Theme fabric: ½ yard
16 or more 2 1/2” strips (more is always better)
Accent border #1: 1/8 yard
Accent border #2: 1/8 yard
Backing: 1 yard
Batting: 18” x 52”
Binding: ¼ yard

Rock n’ Jelly Roll Pattern by Tiger Lily Press
12” Square ruler
Scotch Tape
Basic sewing supplies
Basic cutting supplies

Afternoon Class 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Soft Baskets - Faye Grandalen

This is a soft sided basket made with soft and stable, handles are made with heavy interfacing. Use it to store all kinds of things in plain sight and create a decorative statement at the same time. Great for gifts also. The basket size is approximately 12 inches in diameter.

The kit includes:
Stabilizers (double died fusible for both)
Template for the bottom
Written instructions.
Kit for class is mandatory $12.00

½ yd focus fabric
¾ yd contrasting fabric for handles, bag bottom and binding
Supplies for Soft Basket
Coordinating buttons, I will bring some if they cannot find what they need
Matching thread for binding
Pearl cotton or embroidery floss for sewing buttons on
Walking foot
Jean needle or 90/14 will work
Wonder Clips would be helpful
Flower Head pins work well
larger scissors for cutting stabilizers

All Day Classes 8:30 am -11:30 am & 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Poppin' In or Convex Illusions- Day 1- Kathy Johnson

63” X 63”

Pattern – Poppin’ In by KwiltArt ( you can also make the Convex Illusions if you wish )
¼ yard eight fabrics shaded light to dark or eight fat quarters
NOTE: It is very important to have a very dark and very light fabric
⅔ yard light fabric for center area
2 ½ yard dark fabric for center area and outer borders.
⅔ yard fabric for binding

Sewing Machine Rotary Equipment
General Sewing Supplies
Cutting Before Class:

Carefully cut and label the strips for the center, section 1a, on page 2 of the pattern. After they are cut the width of the fabric you will cut them on the fold so that you have approx. 22” long strips.

Carefully cut the strips from the shaded fabrics, section 1b. Particularly pay attention to your first cut from each fat quarter. You want to cut a 3” strip at the folded end of the fat quarter. So trim off the fold and then cut a 3” rectangle. You will have 2 – 3” X 9” rectangles. Then cut the 4, 2” strips the opposite direction. These will be 2” X approx. 18”-19”.

Kira- Denise Fried

Sunflower Illusions

This quilt uses assorted 10” squares of light and dark fabrics as well as innovative piecing and cutting with the Stripology Squared ruler by GE Designs. Instructions for using regular rulers are included. The pattern comes with 5 different size options: crib, lap, full, queen, king.

Materials Crib





80 x 97


97 x 114


114 x 114

Dark 10" Squares 12 squares 24 squares 40 squares 60 squares 72 squares
Light 10 " squares or background fabric 12 squares or 1 yard 24 squares or 1 3/4 yard 40 squares or 2 3/4 yard 60 squares or 4 1/4 yard 72 squares or 5 yards

Melba Pintuck Bag - Carol Kummer

This stylish bag has lots to love! It features 3D pintucks, pockets, and ample space for sewing supplies or shopping.

Fabric Requirements:

1 yard - Main Bag Fabric - (If you’re making more inside pockets purchase -1 1/3 yards)
\-¾ yards – side panels, pintuck, background & handles
-2/3 yard – lining
-1/6 yard or 1 fat quarter contrasting fabric for pintucks
-1 yard Shape Flex Pellon SF101
-1 ½” yards Fusible Fleece
-1 magnetic snap
'Melba Pintuck Bag' pattern by Leesa Chandler Designs.

Pre Cutting instructions
Main Bag Fabric
Outer back panel Cut 1 14” w x 12 ¼” h
Outer left front panel Cut 1 7 ½” w x 12 ¼” h
Outer side pockets Cut 2 6” w x 12 ¼” h
Lining side panels Cut 2 6” w x 12 ¼” h
Handles Cut 2 2 ½” w x 30” h
Outer base Cut 1 14” w x 6” h
Outer side pockets Cut 2 6” w x 12 ¼” h

Coordinating Fabric
Pintuck Background Cut 13 1 ½’ x 5” strips
Outer side panels Cut 2 6” w x 12 ¼” h
Right trim along pintucks Cut 1 2” w x 12 ¼” h
Left trim along pintucks Cut 1 1 ½” w x 12 ¼” h
Handles Cut 2 2 ½” w x 30” h

Lining Fabric Lining panels Cut 2 14” w x 12 ¼” w
lining pockets Cut 2 6” w x 12 ¼” h
lining base Cut 1 6” w x 14” h

Pintucks contrasting fabric Cut 12 1 ½” x 5” strips
coordinating fabric Cut 12 1 ½” x 5” strips

Cut and bring:
Shape Flex & Fusible Fleece Cut 1 of each 7 ½” w x 12 ¼” h
Fusible Fleece Cut 2 6” x 6”
Any scrap fabric (it will not be seen) Cut 1 12 ¼” h x 5” w

If you want more pockets on the inside, please (Cut 2) 14” w x 12 ¼” h panels, fold them in half to create (2) 14” w x 6 1/8” h pockets. Cut (2) 14” x 6” pieces of fusible fleece and iron them onto the wrong sides of half of each pocket starting at the fold. ***Please bring all extra fabrics and stabilizers with you to class, just in case.***