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I n t e r n a t i o n a l
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CLASS SU PPLIE S
DE CIM AL EQUIVAL ENTS
Be prepared for class. Bring all listed supplies for each of your classes. If supplies are not listed, none
are needed. In most cases, bring paper and pencil for a lecture. Instructor’s permission is needed for
photographing or taping a class or lecture or class projects.
J = .125
G = .25
K = .375
BA SIC SEWING S UP P LIE S (“ BS S”)
The following basic sewing supplies (BSS) items are identified by number.
Bring only the supplies indicated for your class(es).
1. Sewing Needles
17. Colored Pencils
2. Quilting Needles
18. Paper, Pen, & Pencil
3. Neutral Sewing Thread
19. Tracing Paper
4. Sewing Thread to Match Fabric
20. Graph Paper
5. Quilting Thread
21. Note/Sketch Paper
6. Scissors (Fabric Cutting)
22. Small Trash Bag
7. Scissors (Paper Cutting)
23. Rotary Cutter
8. Embroidery Scissors (cut to the point) 24. Rotary Cutting Mat
9. Thread Snips
25. Rotary Cutting Ruler
10. Thimble
26. Fabric for “Design Wall”
11. Pins
27. Sandpaper Board
12. Safety Pins
28. Scotch Tape
13. Glue Stick
29. X-Acto Knife
14. Template Material
30. Fine-tip Black Sharpie Pen
15. Eraser
31. Seam Ripper
16. Mechanical Pencil
32. Wear Apron or Old Clothes
Note: If fabric strip width is given, but not length, cut the strip from selvage to selvage;
finished strip = 40-45in long. Read fabric yardage figures carefully!
H = .5
L = .625
I = .75
M = .875
N = .33
O = .67
SUPPLY L IS T ABBRE VIATIONS
addnl additional
approx approximately
asst assorted,
assortment
avail available
cm
centimeter
diff different
dk
dark
Fat J(s)Fat Eights
(9in x 22in)
FQ(s) Fat Quarter(s)
(18in x 22in)
ft
foot
in
lg
mat
med
min
mm
opt
oz
pc(s)
pkg(s)
PFD
inch
large
materials
medium
minimum
millimeter
optional
ounce
piece(s)
package(s)
Prepared for Dyeing
(fabric prewashed
or purchased as
“PFD”)
quart
small
square(s)
size
width of fabric
(from selvage to
selvage)
wt
weight
yd(s) yard(s)
3-D three-dimensional
qt
sm
sq(s)
sz
WOF
“Design Wall”—bring muslin, flannel, or batting to be taped to the wall. (BSS#26)
102. WATERCOLOR TO QUILT
Monday & Tuesday
OCTOBER 27-28
TWO-DAY CLASSES
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100. PIECED PICTURES
ANDERSEN
BSS: 1; 3; 4; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 15; 16; 18; 19; 24
(sm); 25 (12in); 27; 28; 29; 30; 31; masking
tape; sm envelopes; 11in x 17in label paper (avail
for purchase in class for .50 each; lg paper in size
according to the project you have in mind (graph
paper can be helpful); project photo of a landscape, animal, building, or the subject of your
choice. Please allow instructor to pre-screen your
chosen photograph(s) for feasibility. E-mail
photo to [email protected]
at least two weeks before class. Please reduce
resolution of e-mailed photos to conserve server
bandwidth and visual space on monitor. After
receiving instructor’s approval, enlarge your
photograph to your preferred size. It is OK to
print from your computer on letter size paper
and splice it together with tape to make a larger
size. Fabrics: bring colors, prints, textures, and
amounts appropriate to your subject matter.
101. INDIGO SHIBORI STYLE
MASOPUST
BSS: 6; 7; 30 (0.01 Pigma Pen); 32; two or
three 9in x 12in pads of 140lb or better watercolor paper; four to six 11in x 15in cardboard or
foam core (can use cardboard backs from large
drawing pads—these are to tape your watercolor
paper to so that it doesn’t curl as you are painting); watercolors—cakes or tubes (tubes preferable) in your chosen color scheme; plastic
permanent palette or plastic plates for palettes;
flat and round paint brushes—larger is better—
min sz 24 and sz 8 round and 1in and ½in flat
(anything you have and want to play with); pencils
for marking on fabric; rubber cement glue;
black ink; kids’ bubbles with blower; fine line
Masquepen; sm paper cups; water container; sm
spray bottle for water; several rolls 1in masking
tape; cropper (mat frame cut at opposite corners
to create two Ls). Fabrics in your chosen color
scheme including some that have a mix of the
colors in your scheme to create the areas
where the paint mixes on the paper—batiks,
hand-dyes, mottled.
DOLCE & WALKER
BSS: 1; 6; 9; 11; 31; 32.
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Monday
OCTOBER 27
LONGARM CLASSS
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ALL-DAY
105. PLAYING WITH PLASTIC TEMPLATES
BRUNNER
FOR BEGINNERS—LONGARM HANDS-ON
BSS: 15; 16; 18.
ALL-DAY CLASSES
106. LET ME SURPRISE YOU!
ANGOTTI
BSS: 9; 11; 31.
107. COLORFUL ORGANZA FLOWERS
AUSTIN
BSS: 13; 15; 17; 22; 23 (18mm); 24 (sm); 28;
30; pencil; tweezers; felting pad and felting tool
(opt). Fabric: 18in x 20in white.
108. FATHER CHRISTMAS—YOUR WAY!
BLAIR
BSS: 30 (opt); tape (painter’s or masking); few
paper towels; a couple rubber or cling stamps
you’d like on the coat; variety of colorful fabric
markers (i.e. Sharpies or any brand, avail at
Staples); clip art line drawings you’d like to
trace on the coat (opt). Fabric: white scrap
for practice.
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109. FABULOUS FUSIBLE FLOWER—ZINNIA
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BULA
BSS: 6; 7; 11 (large head); 13; 22; 28; 30;
stiletto or tweezers (to help move sm pcs
around); 3yds extra fusible web to complete your
quilt top (Steam-A-Seam², Pellon Easy Fuse 2,
or Misty Fuse); 21in x 27in pressing sheet (i.e.
Fat Goddess by Misty Fuse) or parchment paper.
Fabric: 1yd dk background.
110. INTRO TO PORTRAIT QUILTS
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116. SEVEN WAYS TO GO CRAZY
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FAIRES
BSS: 4; 6; 11; 22; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25
(med); 31. Fabric: min twelve diff fabrics to total
more than 3yds; addnl scraps and leftovers.
Choose contemporary and exciting fabrics with
good variety and contrast (light/dk, busy/plain)
and a highlight or zinger. The more choices, the
more fun so bring fabric you like. Pre-cut twelve
1.5in x 18in strips.
CEESAY
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 4; 6; 7; 9; 11; 12; 13; 15; 16; 22;
23; 24; 25 (6in x 24in); 26 (42in x 45in); 30
(fine and extra fine in variety of colors); 31;
masking tape; black and brown 0.05 Pigma
Micron Pen; tweezers (opt); ½yd Wonder
Under; Lyd batting. Fabric: Nyd background;
Jyd inner border; ¼yd outer border; batik pcs
for hair, two skin tones, iris color, white, brown,
red, and pink; Lyd backing.
111. LET’S TALK QUILTING
CHATELAIN
BSS: 21; one or two unbatted quilt tops.
112. CREATIVE CLOTH DOLL MAKING
CULEA
BSS: 1; 3; 5; 6; 10; 15; 16; 17; 22; 31; black, red,
and brown sz 0.005 or 0.01 permanent pens;
white gel pen; hemostats; 18in cloth doll with no
hands. Fabric: 16in sq to match doll body.
113. IMPROVISATIONAL DESIGN
FOR DIGITAL PRINTING
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117. BRAIDED FLAG
FLYNN
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 31.
118. JELLY ROLL STAR—
A STUNNING QUILT IN ONE DAY
FORSTER
BSS: 3; 6; 11; 23 (45mm); 24 (18in x 24in); 25
(6in x 24in); 26 (60in sq). Fabric: one Jelly Roll
or forty pre-cut 2.5in strips; 2yds background.
119. BACK TO SCHOOL—
FROST
TERRIFIC TECHNIQUES FOR PERFECT PATCHWORK
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 23 (45mm); 24 (12in x 18in); 25
(6in x 12in); 31. Fabric: ¼yd each of nine diff
fabrics; 1.5yds background.
120. LITTLE HOUSE OF GEESE
GARBER
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 9; 11; 15; 16; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25
(18in); 31; freezer paper; Add-A-Quarter Ruler;
custom buttons avail for purchase in class (opt).
DUNNEWOLD
121. DOUBLE WEDDING RING RUNNER GOLDSWORTHY
BSS: 7; 13; 17; 18; 19; 21; 24 (sm); 28; 29; 30;
ruler; laptop computer (must know how to use
it and have photo program installed); digital
camera; thumb drive; cords to power devices,
charge them, or connect them to one another.
114. ELEVATED BEADING FOR ART QUILTERS
EHA
BSS: 7; 8; 11; 15; 17; Cool Whip sz lid or sm
non-segmented hard white plate to bead off or
Velux beading cloth; glasses if needed for handwork; 6in to 7in embroidery hoop. Before class,
prepare a two-layer quilt sandwich as follows:
Top—12in x 18in multi-colored hand-dyed
cotton or silk that is at least 75% med or light in
value OR 12in x 18in light or med colored quilting cotton without a noticeable printed pattern.
Choose a fabric that “calls out to you” and you
will enjoy beading on. Batting—white, beige, or
light gray flannel or thin 100% cotton batting
(no polyester, wool, or other non-cotton batting). Cut the batting 2in longer and wider than
fabric, then center the cotton/silk top right side up
on the batting so 1in of batting shows on all sides.
Hand baste in an approx 3in grid as if preparing
for machine quilting (no backing fabric).
115. PLAY WITH SILK—SILK NATURESCAPES
BSS: 9; 16; Quilter’s Quarter Marker.
122. THE BASICS OF CRAZY QUILTING
MONTANO
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 7; 8; 11; 13; 14; 18; 22; 30; variety
pack of needles; 6in see-thru ruler; white Chako
marker or white pencil; water erasable pen.
123. SIMPLE SYMMETRY
NADELSTERN
BSS: 6; 7; 11; 23 (sm); 24 (med); 25 (sm); 30;
31; black thread. Fabric: 2yds of one multi-colored, bilaterally symmetrical cotton fabric with
twelve to twenty-four repeats. A larger repeat
needs 3yds. A fabric printed with sixteen colors
gets better results than one with five. Fabric will
be avail for sale in class.
124. CONTEMPORARY CURVED PIECING
NAYLOR
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 7; 8; 11; 15; 16; 17; 18; 23
(28mm); 24 (med); 25 (1in x 6in); 28; white
pencil/crayon; freezer paper. Fabric: Hyd print;
three FQs—one dk, one med, one light (batiks
are OK). Note: rotary cutter and ruler sizes
listed above are very important.
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125. FREE-MOTION MACHINE QUILTING—
FOCUS ON FILLERS
NICKELS
BSS: 9; 12 (fifty sz one); 22; twelve 12in sqs cotton or cotton blend batting; variety of color and
weights of thread as follows: cotton in off white,
med tan, or gold; decorative threads in some of
these weights—40/3, 50/3 ply, 50/2 ply, 60/2
from suggested brands: Mettler, Aurifil, Superior Masterpiece, and King Tut (Masterpiece and
King Tut Tone on Tones work well for this class
and will be avail for sale in class); Schmetz Microtex sharp machine needles in sz 90/14, 80/12,
and 70/10; kitchen dishwashing gloves one sz
smaller than usual (fingertips for control in
free-motion quilting); Quilter’s Choice silver
marking pencil (also avail for sale in class); pencil; pencil sharpener; five to ten sheets white copy
paper; 12in ruler; sm cushion for chair height
(opt). Fabric: twelve 12in sqs off-white or light
tan good quality solid (no prints, tone-on-tones,
or white-on-white); twelve 12in sqs off-white or
light tan sm print (no white-on-white).
126. TAP ™ THAT JOURNAL
RILEY
BSS: 6; 7; 22; 32; two sheets 90lb hot press watercolor paper, water container; four 8in x 10in
canvas panels; Elmer’s glue; two 1in or 2in foam
brushes; paper towels. Fabric: ½yd white cotton;
four FQs or 9in x 12in pcs coordinating fabrics;
3yds coordinating ribbon or torn fabric strips
1.5yds long each.
127. STYLISH SCARF-EMBELLISHED
SWEATSHIRT JACKET
ROHLFING
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 9; 11; 21; 23 (45mm); 24 (18in
x 24in); 25 (2in x 24in); 31; monofilament
thread; three spools polyester sewing (not
embroidery) thread to match sweatshirt; 62in to
70in long scarf coordinated to sweatshirt color;
¾in or larger button; embellishing yarn or
serger decorative thread. Fabric: 1yd polar fleece;
1.5yds silk dupioni or solid fabric to match
sweatshirt. Please wear a sleeveless top as to be
worn under jacket. Must pre-order kit by
September 8, 2014 at www.londas-sewing.com/
shop/category/learn-with-londa/workshop-kits/
128. LET’S MACHINE QUILT
S. SMITH
BSS: 4; 5; 6; 11; 12; 18; 31; marking pen, pencil,
or chalk; Topstitch needle sz 14/90 (opt); assorted
thread colors with one to match the backing and
two that contrast with the top; quilting gloves (opt);
two 20in sqs batting. Fabric: four 20in sqs white or
light solid; one 6in sq lg print (opt). Please visit
www.sarahannsmith.com/resources.php for full
supply list. Contact instructor with questions.
129. THE SELF-MITERED LOG CABIN
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SOLOMON
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 13 (restickable 3M glue stick or fabric glue stick); 18; 22; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25
(6.5in sq and min 8in sq plus med rectangular
ruler); 31; Rotary Cutting Revolution, C&T, 2010.
Fabric: sixteen diff starched fabrics cut in 1.5in x
8in rectangles including six light, four med, and
six dk; addnl fabrics to choose from.
BSS: 6; 11; 22; 23; 24 (sm); 31; 32; asst colors
40wt polyester quilting or embroidery threads;
old towel; paper towels; three paper plates; three
photos of naturescapes; ½yd batting. Fabric:
½yd backing; silk scraps; old silk blouse (opt).
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130. HOW “SWEET” IT IS!—
D. TAYLOR
GETTING TO KNOW THE HQ SWEET SIXTEEN
BSS: 18.
131. PINE TREE TABLE TOPPER
D. THOMAS
BSS: 9; 11; 16; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25 (6in
x 12in); 31; Omnigrip On-Point Ruler. Fabric:
9in x 21in each of four dk green prints, four med
green prints, and four cream prints.
LONGARM CLASS
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MORNING SESSION
BSS: 18.
MORNING CLASSES
BUCKLEY
BSS: 6; 7; 10; 11; 13; 16; 22; 27; tape (any
kind); fabric markers to trace templates on back
of fabric.
138. SHOW OFF YOUR FAT QUARTERS
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CAFFREY
BSS: 3; 11; 22; 23; 24 (18in x 24in); 25 (see
supply list); 31. Complete supply list will be
posted on www.debbiescreativemoments.com by
September 15.
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AFTERNOON CLASSES
156. FIESTA MEXICO—BLOCK THREE—
HAND APPLIQUÉ
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BUCKLEY
172. APPLIQUÉ WITHOUT THE A-WORD
BLAIR
Few paper towels; sm amount painter’s tape.
BSS: 6; 7; 10; 11; 16; 22; 27; tape (any kind);
emery board; fabric markers to trace templates
on back of fabric. Fabric: 12in sq white background; five shades blue scraps; ¼yd or FQs
as follows: four greens, two pinks, and three
gold/oranges.
157. APPLIQUÉ TECHNIQUES—
THE “A” WORD FOR BEGINNERS
136. BEGINNING LONGARM FEATHERS
L. TAYLOR
WITH LINDA TAYLOR—LONGARM HANDS-ON
137. GARDEN MEDLEY—HAND APPLIQUÉ
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173. STRING IT UP
BROUSSARD
BSS: 18.
174. NOUVEAU WEDDING RING
BURNS
BSS: 6; 11; non-locking hemostat; appliqué
pressing sheet; Mylar sheet; marking pen;
wooden iron; 12.5in Square Up Ruler; 6in
Square Up Ruler.
BSS: 18.
158. GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER—
A TABLE TOPPER MYSTERY
CAFFREY
175. CHRISTMAS CRAZY CAN
CRAIG
BSS: 6.
176. SUPER FAST BINDING AND PIPING
CRUST
BSS: 3; 11; 22; 23; 24 (see supply list); 25 (see
supply list); 31. Complete supply list will be
posted on www.debbiescreativemoments.com by
September 15.
BSS: 6; 9; 11; 18; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (med);
31. Fabric: 10in x 18in quilted pc (nothing fancy);
one FQ binding; one FQ contrasting piping.
159. RAZZLEBERRY PINCUSHION
177. GODDESS SHRINE COLLAGE
CREUS
BSS: 6; 7; 11; 14; 30; black machine thread; glue
gun and plenty of sticks; extra strong thread and
needle (i.e. Gutermann’s extra strong thread).
160. STITCHING THROUGH THE LAYERS—
CRUST
THE ART & ELEGANCE OF STRAIGHT LINE QUILTING
FAIRES
BSS: 1 (machine Topstitch sz 90); 3 (black); 6;
10; 11; 13; 22; 23; 24 (sm); 25 (sm); 31; hand
sewing needles for embroidery; favorite decorative threads, trims, embellishments (opt); photo
transfer on fabric (max 4in x 6in) of a person or
animal you with to enshrine (opt).
BSS: 18; unquilted quilt top.
139. HARLEQUIN STAR PILLOW
CREUS
161. WALLFLOWER WOOL APPLIQUÉ
HEINE
178. 100 MACHINE QUILTING DESIGNS
BSS: 6; two or three colors of 40wt machine
quilting cotton threads; sz 90/14 machine
embroidery needles; quilting gloves.
BSS: 3; 6; 13; 30. Fabric: min one hundred
thirty-five 2.5in sqs pre-cut before class—may be
cut from Jelly Roll strips.
BSS: 6; 8; 30; ¾in appliqué pins.
140. FOR THE LOVE OF COLOR
BSS: 6; 18; 23 (sm); 24 (min 6.5in sq); 25 (min
6.5in sq); 31; Drunkard’s Path templates (opt).
179. SALVAGE THE SELVEDGE
163. BEGINNING PAPER PIECING
180. MEET ME IN HAWAII
CRUST
BSS: 18; 26 (sm). Two identical groups of twenty
five 4in 100% cotton squares. These fabrics
should be a wide range of color and value.
Include geometrics, florals, and solid colors.
141. ORGANIZING YOUR QUILTING SPACE
HALLOCK
HINDS
BSS: 6; 18; 30; 31.
143. EXPLORING COLOR AS USED
IN OUR QUILTING PROJECTS
MATHEWS
BSS: 18.
144. HOLIDAY BEADED CUFF & EARRING SET
HINDS
MATHEWS
BSS: 18.
164. FLEUR FRANCAIS PIN
MENG
BSS: 6.
BSS: 7; 18.
142. SECOND STRING
162. CURVES MADE SIMPLE
MENG
BSS: 18.
LONGARM CLASS
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AF TERNOON SESSION
165. MONOPRINT, MASK, & STAMP—
CREATE FABULOUS PAINTED FABRICS
HEINE
HINDS
BSS: 11; 18.
KANSIER
BSS: 6; 7; 8; 11; 22; non-stick appliqué pressing
sheet. All fabrics are in kit with batiks to choose
from for appliqué and backgrounds of black or
white. Leftover fabrics will be avail for sale.
WHATMAN
181. SEAWEED, CORALS, ANEMONES, & JELLYFISH
MONTANO
BSS: 7; 32; three or four transparent fabric
paints such as Jacquard Textile Paints; one or two
opaque paints such as Lumiere. Fabric: ten to
twelve 10in sqs of PFD fabric.
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 7; 8; 11; 13; 14; 18; 22; 30; variety
pack of needles; 6in see-thru ruler; white Chako
marker or white pencil; water erasable pen.
182. FAUX STAINED GLASS SILK APPLIQUÉ—
DONE BY MACHINE EMBROIDERY
LONGARM CLASSES
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NIGHT SESSION
BSS: 6; 9; 18; 32 (opt).
170. GOOD FEATHERS GONE BAD MEETS
FARRELL
FREEHAND FILIGREE—LONGARM HANDS-ON
183. FASCINATIN’ HEXIES
BSS: 9; 18.
184. MAKE ME SMILE
155. MYSTICAL FLORALS, LEAVES, & VINES— WALLEN
LONGARM HANDS-ON
171. MYSTICAL SHAPES—LONGARM HANDS-ON
BSS: 9; 18.
BSS: 9; 18.
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SHAW
WALLEN
SOLOMON
BSS: 3; 6; 18; 31.
D. THOMAS
BSS: 9; 16; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25 (6in x
12in); Omnigrip On-Point Ruler.
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185. SCATTERED CIRCLES TEXTURED TABLE RUNNER
WHATMAN
BSS: 6; 7; 1.5yds double-sided fusible web (like
Misty Fuse or Wonder Under). Fabric: ½yd
cream/tan tone-on-tone or batik background.
186. EXPLORING SHIVA PAINTSTIKS
H. THOMAS
BSS: 29; 32; four or five Shiva paintstiks in a
variety of colors; a stencil brush for each paintstik
in sizes Kin to 1in. All available for purchase
in class.
Tuesday & Wednesday
OCTOBER 28 & 29
TWO-DAY CLASS
200. PAINTED QUILT ART—STEP-BY-STEP
BLAIR
BSS: 6; 7; 18; 30; sm amount painter’s tape; few
paper towels; ink and markers you already own
and wish to bring (opt). Fabric: FQ of white
scrap (opt).
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211. FIFTEEN SHADES OF GRAY PORTRAIT QUILT
BRUNNER
212. PAINTING IMAGES WITH DYES
ANGOTTI
BSS: 9; 11; 31.
AUSTIN
BSS: 11; 13; 15; 18; 22; 24 (18mm); 25 (sm);
28; 29; 30; 32. Fabric: 9in x 11in black cotton.
213. CRYSTAL STAR
COMBS
CRAIG
215. A FINE LINE—CREATING THE QUILTING DESIGN
CRUST
CULEA
BSS: 15; 16; 17; 18; 32; black, red, and brown sz
0.005 or 0.01 permanent pens; white gel pen;
four paint brushes in szs 1 & 8 round, szs 4 & 10
flat; container for water.
217. DYE, PAINT, & PRINT ON SILK
D. BROWN
BSS: 9.
BULA
BSS: 6; 7; 9; 11 (lg straight pins); 12 (a few sz 8);
13; 22; 28; 30; 31; ruler; white chalk pencil;
quilting gloves; 18in x 36in low loft cotton
batting. Fabric: 1yd black for background and
backing for flowers.
ECKLEY
BSS: 32.
218. CRAZY BEADING
210. UNDERCOVER IN HOUSTON XV
CHATELAIN
BSS: 17 (Prismacolor); 18; 21; two or three 18in
x 20in drawings or designs (also avail in class to
choose from); white synthetic round brushes (sz
0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12); black magic marker; six
plastic teaspoons; rubber gloves; one empty film
vial with lid; paper towels; one 2gal Ziploc; four
white plastic trashbags. Note: Instructor will have
enough brushes avail for sale for all students who
prefer to buy them directly from her. These
brushes will be specific to the type of work you
will be learning.
216. FACING FACES
ALL -DAY CLASSES
209. RENEGADE THREAD PLAY
CEESAY
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 4; 6; 7; 8; 9; 11; 12; 13; 15; 16; 22;
23; 24; 25 (6in x 24in); 26 (42in x 45in); 30;
31; masking tape; glitter, rhinestones, and glue
(opt); ½yd batting; Nyd Pellon Wonder Under.
Fabric: sixteen 3.5in sqs in variety of grays; one
3.5in sq white; three ¼yd pcs coordinating batiks.
BSS: 18; unfinished quilt top.
BSS: 15; 16; 18.
208. QUILTER’S PLAYTIME
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BSS: 6; 11; addnl treasured hankies of your own
(opt).
LONGARM CLASS
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ALL-DAY
207. VALUE-ABLE
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214. HANKY SAMPLER
OCTOBER 28
206. LET ME SURPRISE YOU!
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BSS: 3; 11; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25 (6in x 12in
and 1in x 6in); 26 (1yd flannel); 31.
Tuesday
205. TWIRLY WHIRLY FEATHERS—
LONGARM HANDS-ON
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EHA
BSS: 7; 8; 11; 22; non-segmented white
class/ceramic plate, Cool Whip lid, or Velux
beading cloth; glasses if needed for handwork
(opt). Construct a 10in x 12in Crazy quilt block
using cottons or fancy fabric onto muslin base.
Segments should be rather large (min 5in x 3in)
as beading takes up more space than floss. Use
solids or tone-on-tones for most segments. Alternately, bring 12in sq muslin or cotton to bead
on as a sampler.
CAFFREY
BSS: 3; 11; 22; 23; 24 (see supply list); 25 (see
supply list); 31. Supply list will be posted on
www.debbiescreativemoments.com by Sept. 15.
219. FABRIC SCRAP FREE-MOTION QUILTING
ENDO
BSS: 5; 6; 11; 12; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (med);
31; asst threads of 40wt polyester and metallic;
yarn; cord; ribbon; quilting gloves (opt); ½yd
batting. Fabric: scraps of solids, prints, and
stripes in diff values and textures; ½yd black
solid; ½yd backing; 1yd black soft tulle.
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220. MATCHMAKER
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BSS: 3; 9; 11; 23; 24 (18in x 22in); 25 (6in x
18in); 26 (30in sq); 31. Fabric: 18in x 22in
accent fabric; eight 5.5in x 40in asst strips;
½yd background.
221. DOUBLE WEDDING RING
FLYNN
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 23; 24 (9in x 12in); 25 (6in x
12in); 31.
222. TUMBLING STARS
FORSTER
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11; 16; 23 (45mm); 24 (18in x
24in); 25 (24in x 6in); 26 (48in sq). Fabric:
min twelve 4in x WOF light strips; min twelve
4in x WOF med/dk strips.
223. BEAUTIFUL BINDINGS
FROST
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11; 30; 31.
224. COLLAGE CLASS—CONFETTI HORSE
HEINE
BSS: 6; 7; 22; med tip black Sharpie; appliqué
pressing sheet; 5yds Steam-a-Seam² (instructor
will have some if you can’t find it). Fabric: eight
to ten FQs of lg scale florals in variety of colors to
supplement the kit.
225. KATHLEEN WHEELS
HELLABY
BSS: 3; 7; 11; 22; 23 (med); 24 (12in x 17in);
25 (6in x 18in); fabric marking pen/pencil.
Fabric for 48in sq quilt: one Layer Cake or thirty
10in sqs; 3yds background—cut twenty-five 10in
sqs for class.
226. WEAVE CHUNKY
IMPELLIZZERI
BSS: 7; 18; 22; sm flat head screw driver; tape
measure; needle nose pliers; clothespins with
spring; old bath towel; sand paper.
227. APPLIQUÉ TIPS & TECHNIQUES
KANSIER
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 13; 16; 22; 23
(45mm); 24 (sm); 25 (6in x 12in); 27; 30; 31;
Perfect Circles by Karen Kay Buckley (avail for sale
in class); ¼in and ½in Clover Bias Tape Makers;
white and gray fabric marking pencils (suggest
Bohin Pen with interchangeable lead and chalk);
black and brown fine tip Micron pens.
228. EQ7—LET’S START AT THE VERY BEGINNING
KRANZ
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class
(To be sure, log onto computer you will be using
in class and open EQ7 a few days before arriving
at the convention center); power supply for
laptop; external mouse compatible with laptop;
mouse pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless;
EQ7 user manual (opt). Alternative: For students without EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor ([email protected]), the
instructor will provide EQ7 with limited timeuse license to load into the student’s personal
laptop. Loading of the program must take place
prior to the beginning of the class so class time is
not interrupted.
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