Machine Quilting Traditions Supply List Sewing

Machine Quilting Traditions Supply List Sewing
Machine Quilting Traditions
Supply List
Sewing Machine- bring instruction manual, extension bar or table and all accessories.
Don’t forget foot pedal and power cord!
Darning Foot- a must for free motion quilting
(Sue prefers an open toe darning foot)
Walking Foot
Straight stitch throat plate (optional, bring if you have)
Eight 12” squares muslin (for practice)
Four 12” squares cotton or cotton blend batting (for practice)
50 safety pins (I use size 1)
Sewing machine needles- 80/12 & 70/10 sharp (Schmetz brand called microtex sharp) or
75/11 machine quilting
Cotton thread- off white and tan, 50/3 ply, 50/2 ply or 40/3
(I use these brands: Mettler, Aurifil, Superior Masterpiece and King Tut)
Fabric marking pencil- I use silver and white, Quilters Choice
Pencil sharpener
Ruler (for marking straight lines)
Rubber Gloves- kitchen dishwashing gloves, one size smaller than you wear for
dishwashing (I use the fingertips for control in free motion quilting)
Basic sewing supplies –scissors or snips, extra bobbins, hand sewing needle, masking
Extension cord/multi-plug strip
Optional, but good idea- small cushion for height, extra light
Please Note- one or two irons and ironing boards will be needed for class to share.
18” square solid (or tone on tone) fabric
22” square backing fabric (I use matching small print)
22” square batting (cotton or cotton blend)
Thread for this project (choose from the threads mentioned above)
$8.00 stencil fee (pay Sue in class)
“Machine Quilting: A Primer of Techniques” is a companion book for this workshop- not
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