2 0 1 0 341. THREAD-ART EXTREME F A PATTEN BSS: 18. 342. PUNCHNEEDLE TECHNIQUES WITH SILK WAGAYAMA BSS: 1; 4; 7; 8; 12; 13; embroidery needle. 343. BLUE TREES ANDERSON BSS: 8; 9; 18; 22; 23; 24; 25 (12in); 30 (extra fine tip); 32 (www.friestyle.com). L L Q U I L 351. FAST FAT QUARTERS SCRAP LOG CABIN T F M. MICHELL BSS: 3; 23 (new blade); 24 (12in x 18in min); 25 (3in x 18in min); 30; personal favorite sewing tools like seam ripper; etc. Michell will supply Log Cabin rulers for class use. Fabric: four coordinating FQs (must be 18in x 22in) one dark, one light, and two med value; 10in sq min for center squares. 352. TWIST AND SHOUT RICKS E S T I V A L 371. BORDERS BY DESIGN BUCKLEY See 128 on Monday morning for supply list. 372. BLACK & WHITE & STARS ALLOVER CAFFREY See 237 on Tuesday morning for supply list. 373. BALTIMORE STYLE FRAKTUR DESIGNS COX BSS: 1; 4; 6; 7; 8; 9; 11; 12; 13; 22; 27; 28. Fabric: 16in sq light, plain 100% cotton; 9in sqs red, blue, green, and gold prints and solids. BSS: 8; apron; rubber gloves. 344. TABLE TOP MYSTERY CAFFREY 345. REDWORK—GINGERBREAD HOUSE, SANTAS, ANGELS, BOYS, & GIRLS 374. A FINE LINE— CREATING THE QUILTING DESIGN AFTERNOON CLASSES • See 259 on Tuesday afternoon for supply list. COX 365. TOOLS & TIPS FOR BEGINNERS CRUST BURTON BSS: 18; 26 (med); ideas for quilting designs (books, stencils, etc.); photos of quilts you like (opt); unfinished quilt top. CLARKE 375. HEART IN HAND SHADOW APPLIQUÉ PINCUSHION BSS: 18. BSS: 6; 7; 8; 12; 13; 28; sz 9 crewel or embroidery needles; red embroidery floss; 6in embroidery hoop; embroidery scissors. Fabric: 18in sq of light, plain 100% cotton. 366. CONTINUOUS QUILTING FOR FLYING GEESE AND TRIANGLES DANIEL BSS: 1; 6; 7; 8; 9; 18; 22. BSS: 8; 12; 13; 14. 346. FOR THE LOVE OF COLOR CRUST BSS: 18; 26 (sm); color wheel (opt); reducing glass (opt). Fabric: two identical groups of twentyfive 4in 100% cotton squares (one to keep and one to share) with wide range of color and value including geometrics, florals, and solids. 347. SLICE ‘EM & DICE ‘EM DISAPPEARING NINE PATCH DANIEL BSS: 3; 7; 8; 18; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (6in x 12in); 26 (36in sq); 31; 32 (www.nancybrenandaniel.com). Fabric: pre-cut strips: six black 3.5in x half-width (21in to 22in); eight light or muslin 3.5in x half-width; twelve asst med or bright scraps 3.5 in x half-width; eight to twelve brighter 5in squares (two each of four to six diff fabrics); four FQs. 348. FREE & EASY FABRIC DESIGN GLICKMAN BSS: 1 (hand); 8; 18; 32 (e-mail [email protected] to select your color. Choose from: yellow, yellow/orange, orange, orange/red, red, magenta, purple, indigo, blue, turquoise, green, or lime green). 349. SPINNING STARS HELLABY BSS: 1; 3; 6; 7; 8; 9; 12; 13; 22; 25 (1in x 6in); ½yd freezer paper. 350. THE TOP TEN WAYS QUILTERS CAN USE THE COMPUTER KRANZ 367. THE JOY OF SILK…APPLIQUÉ! SCHARF 376. IMAGING ON FABRIC—NEW IDEAS! KRANZ BSS: 18. BSS: 6; 7; 8; 18. 368. SIMPLY SEWING WITH SILK WALKER BSS: 7 (opt); 8; 10; 18. 369. FRIEDA’S FUN, FAST, FREE-MOTION MACHINE QUILTING ANDERSON Supplies: six to eight 15in sq fabric sandwiches made with plain fabric and pinned around the edge. 370. OUT ON A LIMB— TEXTURAL TREES FULL OF LIFE S8 RICKS BSS: 8; apron, rubber gloves; five disposable 1 pint plastic containers; five 1gal Ziploc bags. Fabric: 2yds PFD or washed white cotton. Thursday & Friday NOVEMBER 4 & 5 TWO-DAY CLASS • BERNS BSS: 3; 4; 7; 8; 9; 18; 22; 30 (ultra-fine tip— Micron or Sharpie); Microtex Sharp 80/12 and Schmetz topstitch 90/14 sewing machine needles; monofilament thread—clear (YLI or Superior MonoPoly); sm collection of decorative threads (rayon, metallic, variegated cottons from your stash that coordinate with your fabrics); brown thread (light and dk value for tree). Fabric for tree landscape: approx 11in sq light value for sky; 9in sq dk value background (distant hills); two 8in sqs med value middle ground (hills); 14in x 10in light value foreground (meadow); FQ for tree (brown/brown print, med/dk value). Fabrics for experimenting: eight to ten 6in to10in sq scraps of diff prints and diff values to test techniques; 12in sq backing. BSS: 18. 377. MICROWAVE DYEING FOR COTTON 400. ANTIQUE QUILT SEMINAR AUG BSS: 18; one antique quilt to share; cameras opt. Thursday NOVEMBER 4 ALL-DAY CLASSES (EARLY SESSION) • 401. FOUNDATION PIECING FOR EVERY QUILTER HALL BSS: 3; 7; 8; 10 (opt); 12; 13; 22; 23; 24 (sm); 25 (sm); 32 (www.janehallquilts.com). Fabric (for exercises, not a quilt) option one: up to 3yds scraps, FQs, prints, or solids in dks, meds, and lights. Fabric option two: four to five meds and dks plus muslin. 2 0 1 0 402. REVERSIBLE QUILTS F A PEDERSON BSS: 3; 4; 7; 8; 19; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25 (12.5in sq); 32 (www.sharonpederson.com for detailed explanation. Click on Workshops/Supply Lists.); two 9in sqs cotton/poly batting. Fabric: two diff 9.375 sq non-directional “focus” pcs; two sets of five or six strips to coordinate with each focus pc (one each of the following szs): 14in x 2.25in; 14in x 2in; 14in x 1.75in; 14in x 1.5in; 14in x 1.25in. The two sets (square & strip set) can be totally diff from each other. (Learning a technique, not creating an heirloom.) 403. STACK-N-WHACK ® RIBBON WEAVE QUILT REYNOLDS BSS: 7; 8; 23 (45mm or 60mm); 24 (min 18in x 24in); 25 (min 6in x 24in); 32 (www.bethanyreynolds.com). Main fabric (med to lg scale print, no batiks, do not pre-wash): amount needed is based on sz of repeat—measure design repeat along selvage from one point in motif to the same point in next motif. If this measurement is 6in to 10in—3.75yds; if 11in to 14in—3.5yds; if 15in to 17in—4.25yds; if 18in to 26in—3.25yds; if over 26in—four repeats. Accent fabrics: ¾yd each of two diff. Required, but not needed in class: 1yd side setting triangles; 1yd border. 404. CREATE WITH THE COLORS YOU LOVE SMITH BSS: 3; 4; 7; 8; 22; 23; 24 (18in x 24in); 26 (45in sq); 31; camera (opt). Fabric: 2yds asst to carry out a theme (¼yd cuts or hand-dyed work well). ALL -DAY CLASSES (L AT E SE SSION) • L L Q U I TESTA BSS: 9; 12; 24; 29; 32; 18in freezer paper; stapler and staples; round make-up sponges; 2in masking tape; parchment paper; acrylic paints Neopaque or Lumiere. Fabric: 2yds to 5yds batiks light to med value. 411. PRINTS, PATCHES, STITCHES, ART QUILTS BAUTISTA BSS: 4; 7; 8; 32 (www.treicdesigns.com); ten to fifteen sheets of misc paper; two 1in foam brushes; plastic paint tool; water container; soft rubber brayer; black chisel tip Sharpie; three to five photos. Fabric: 1yd muslin. T 412. FABRIC ART COLLAGE TOTE BAG F MEIER BSS: 7; 8; 9; 23; 24; 25; favorite foam/rubber stamps & stencils (opt); smock or apron; two 1in flat paintbrushes; ½in stencil brush; favorite gift tissue papers and paper napkins totaling two pkgs. Fabric: favorite fabric in 2in strips totaling 1yd (for tote binding). E S T I V KRANZ BSS: 18; Laptop computer with EQ7 installed and activated; power cord for laptop; external mouse; mouse pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless; EQ7 user manual. 414. IMPRESSIONIST OF JAPAN— SILK NATURESCAPES ENDO BSS: 7; 8; 31; 40weight polyester or rayon quilting, embroidery, and silk thread; 50weight silk thread in asst colors (threads avail in class). Fabric: Hyd backing fabric (silk or cotton). 415. PINWHEEL SWIRL BALLARD BSS: 4; 7; 8; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25 (6in x 12in); 31; 32 (www.letsquilt.com for pre-cutting); TriRecs ruler; Bias Sq Ruler™ (any sz). Fabric: 1.33yds light; Lyd dk; 1.25yds complementary/ contrast. All borders included. 416. A LUSCIOUS LANDSCAPE—RIVERWALK BECKER BSS: 8; 22; 32 (www.JoyceRBecker.com); 505 repositionable or Elmer’s spray adhesive; starch; 1yd freezer paper; pressing sheet; clear monofilament thread; machine embroidery needles 75/90; lg Fiskars Softouch scissors recommended. BUCKLEY BSS: 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 12; 27; tape (any kind); 1.5yds freezer paper; fabric markers; stapler & staple remover. Fabric: 20in sq background; Jyd yellow/gold; Jyd each three diff greens; Jyd each three diff purples; Jyd pink; 20in sq overlay (creates frame around block); ¼yd underlay (med to light print to contrast with background and appliqué). You will receive pattern and color photo in mail prior to class. 418. UNDERCOVER IN HOUSTON XI CAFFREY BSS: 3; 22; 23; 24 (min 12in x 18in); 25 (see website); 31; 32 (www.debbiescreativemoments.com). Fabric and other supplies will be on website mid-September. S9 A L 419. SUNRISE QUILT MARINER’S COMPASS DOAK BSS: 4; 7 (flat head); 8; 12; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 14in); 25 (6in x 12in); 32 (www.caroldoak.com); 12in Add-A-Quarter ruler; see website (lectures & workshops page, Sunrise Mariner’s Compass) for fabric cutting and supply instructions. 420. CRAZY BEADING 413. ELECTRIC QUILT SOFTWARE (EQ7)— BEGINNER BASICS 417. MAGICAL MEDALLIONS 410. FREEZER PAPER, PAINT, OH MY! L EHA BSS: 7; 9; 22; sm sharp scissors or embroidery scissors; Cool Whip sz lid or non-segmented sm white glass or ceramic plate to bead off of or Velux beading cloth; eyeglasses if needed for handwork. Fabric: 12in sq muslin or cotton to bead as sampler or construct 10in or 12in Crazy quilt block onto muslin base. Cotton or fancy fabric segments (solids or tone-on-tone) should be at least 5in x 3in min. 421. ART DECO AND FLOWER FUSED COMPONENTS EKLOW BSS: 9; 11; 13; 22; 32 (www.robbieklow.com); 4yds WonderUnder paper-backed fusible webbing; 4in or 5in scissors to cut detailed shapes from fabric & fusible webbing; mechanical pencil; glass headed quilt pins; foam core for pinning/ ironing surface (opt); extra fine point Sharpie marker (not pen) (opt); iron cleaner or fabric softener sheets (opt). Fabric: eight ½yd pcs cotton hand-dyes, batiks, or brightly colored prints and stripes. Two values of four hues (examples: purple, red, yellow, orange, or blue, green, purple, red). No background needed in class. 422. TINY TREES GARBER BSS: 3; 7; 8; 9; 12; 13; 23; 24; 25 (18in and 4in sq); 32 (www.gailgarberdesigns.com); fabric marking pencil for dk fabrics. 423. COLORFUL & CREATIVE LOG CABIN DIAMONDS GLOVER BSS: 7; 8; 23; 24 (med); 25 (3in x 18in); 31. Fabric: twelve to eighteen FQs from three or four color families—few lights, but mostly med and dk values. Vary scale of prints, stripes, or dots and vary tones/shades within the solids and prints. Batiks are fine. All fabrics need not match or coordinate. 424. GEESE IN A STORM HELLABY BSS: 1; 4; 6; 7; 8; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (med). Fabric: 2yds background; four ½yd pcs for Geese. 2 0 1 0 425. CREATING IMAGES FROM NATURE F A HOLLAND BSS: 8; 18; 23; 24 (18in x 12in); 25; twenty sm safety pins; 1in flat paint brush; sm water container; sm plastic paint mixing tray; fine paint brush; 1yd plastic to protect table; 1yd Steam-A-Seam Lite fusible web; Teflon appliqué mat; one FQ thin cotton batting. Fabric: one FQ background; one FQ white dyer’s muslin; 3in sq yellow. 426. GALAXY OF STARS JORGENSON BSS: 3; 7; 22; 23 (28mm); 24 (24in); 25 (6.5in x 24in); 26 (24in sq); 31; stiletto (opt); fabric marking pencil; Olfa 12in rotating mat board. Fabric: nine med to dk FQs; Oyd light background. 427. SUPER MACHINE STITCHING LEHMAN BSS: 8; 18. 428. CRAZY QUILT EMBELLISHMENTS MONTANO BSS: 1; 3; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 15; 22; 32 (www.judithbakermontano.com); white pencil or Chako marker; 5in embroidery hoop (opt). 429. MAKE YOUR OWN HAT PATTERNS! MUNIZ BSS: 9; 15; 20; 28; measuring tape; push pin; clear quilting ruler at least 2in x 18in. 430. MACHINE APPLIQUÉ MASTERCLASS NAYLOR BSS: 1; 4; 7; 8; 9; 10; 12; 13; 15; 18; 22; 23; 24 (sm); 25 (12in); 28; 32 (www.philippanaylor.com); 40weight rayon or polyester threads to tone or contrast; tear-away or wash-away stabilizers (opt). Fabric: min Iyd plain 100% cotton background; sm selection FQs and scraps to contrast with background; sm pc double-sided fusible interfacing (like Steam-A-Seam2). 431. NEEDLESTARS © L L Q U I L T 432. PRISMATIC FLOWERS F 433. “DIVINE GUIDANCE” BLOCK— STELLAR BALTIMORE SIMPLIFIED! SIENKIEWICZ BSS: 1; 4; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 22; 28; 30 (med point); 32 (www.ellysienkiewicz.com/houstonsupply.html); .01 black pen; dk and light fabric markers; narrow masking tape (opt); Elly’s BaltimoreElegance for techniques (colonial knots, stem stitch, points and curves, needleturn by cutaway). Fabric: green scrap or FQ for leaves; 7in scrap cotton for Star (opt instead of ribbon); 10in sq off-white background (print or plain) Note: the original antique pattern you’ll use is square; the oval frame is a graphic. 434. CLAM SESSION I— IMPROVISATIONAL PIECING TECHNIQUES STONE BSS: 4; 7; 8; 9; 10; 12; 15; 18; 22; 28; freezer paper. Fabric: asst scraps and FQs in variety of hues, values, textures. WELLENDORPH BSS: 4; 7; 8; 18; 22; 23; 24; 31. Fabric: eight pcs 8in x 20in green or orange—diff designs. NADELSTERN BSS: 7; 8; 9; 12; 13; 23 (sm—opt); 24 (sm; rotating rotary mat—opt); 25 (med); 26 (20in sq); 31; 32 (www.paulanadelstern.com); black thread. Fabric A: 1yd bilaterally symmetrical fabric or 16 repeats, with main motif printed on-grain. Fabric B: few diff Hyd cuts of all-over prints to contrast sharply with fabric A. Fabric C: few diff Hyd cuts dk saturated reads-like-a-solid background. MORNING CL ASS (EARLY SESSION) • 440. SUNRISE OVER THE MOUNTAIN S OLSON BSS: 7 (sm sharp point); 8 (sm sharp point); 9 (sm sharp point); 10 (repositionable); 22; 26 (20in sq or foam core); 28; 30 (extra fine); 32 (www.barbaraolsonquiltart.com); invisible thread; neutral thread; 1yd Sulky Totally Stable; ¼yd Steam-A-Seam2 regular-light weight. Fabric: Choose a color that you like best for your flower and bring fifteen pcs or scraps of multicolored containing this color. You need only ¼yd or smaller pcs—give yourself many choices. (i.e. red flower fabric reqmts: red fabric with yellow, red with pink, red with green or blue, pink with fuchsia, any multi-colored with red.) 435. FREE-STYLE QUILTING— DANISH STANDARD E T I V A MORNING CLASSES (L ATE SESSION) • 441. FABRIC PATINAS— T. & M. HUSKAMP A SWATCHBOOK OF TECHNIQUES BSS: 8; plastic gloves; piece of wax paper (1yd in length); roll of paper towels; apron (opt). 442. WOOL FELT APPLIQUÉ FOR BEGINNERS BSS: 3; 7; 8; 9; 18; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25 (12in); 26 (48in sq); 28; 31; 32 (www.quiltmaven.com); Add-A-Quarter ruler. Fabric: 1yd background; nine 3in x 20in strips (mountain); ¾yd sun; ¼yd inner border; ½yd outer border. REGONE BSS: 18. 443. EASY ELEGANT BORDERS CLARKE BSS: 8; 12; 13; 14. 444. FEATHERED DREAMS WITH LINDA V. TAYLOR L. TAYLOR BSS: 18. 445. WEARABLE ART— DYE IT, SEW IT, WEAR IT! GLICKMAN BSS: 1; 7; 18; old dyeing clothes; old bath towel to roll silk after dyeing. 446. YOUR STASH, MY STASH ANGOTTI BSS: 18; camera (opt). 447. GLORIOUSLY EASY SCRAP QUILTS DANIEL BSS: 3; 7; 8; 18; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (6in x 12in); 26; 31; 32 (www.nancybrenandaniel.com). Fabric for Beginner 12in blocks: twelve light and twelve dk 3.5in x 30in strips; six light and six dk 6.5in x 15in strips. Fabric for Advanced 6in blocks: twenty four light and twenty four dk 2in x 18in strips; twelve light and twelve dk 3.5in x 18in strips. Before class: both groups sew and press narrowest strips only, in sets of one light and one dk. The wider strips will be used in class. Opt: each group may bring a few med strips in their sizes as desired. 448. “APPLIPIECING” CURVES— FAST, EASY, AND ACCURATE KARASIK L FALLERT BSS: 3; 8; 9; 10; 18; 32 (www.bryerpatch.com); cotton swab or sm watercolor brush; clear monofilament thread (Superior Mono-Poly recommended) avail for sale in class. All fabric in kit. 449. SILK SCARF— DYEING WITH MARKERS! M C NEILL No supplies needed. 450. TRIED AND TRUE—TECHNIQUES FOR BEAUTIFUL HAND APPLIQUÉ BSS: 18. S10 SORENSON 2 0 1 0 F 451. PUNCHNEEDLE EMBROIDERED HEART A STEWART BSS: 4 (red or hot pink); 8 (sm sharp embroidery); beading needle recommended. 452. STAMP CARVING FOR QUILTERS WEISS BSS: 18; 22. Fabric: four to six solid color FQs in light and dk (several prints ok too). 453. MINI JOURNAL PENDANT WICK L Q U I L 480. PERFECT POINTS IN HAND APPLIQUÉ T F SORENSEN BSS: 4; 6; 7; 8; 12; 18; 22; fabric marking pencils; pencil sharpener. Fabric: 14in sq light background (must be able to see through to trace); min three diff green print scraps for leaves. More fabric needed to complete project, but not for class. 481. ADVANCED PUNCHNEEDLE EMBROIDERY TECHNIQUES STEWART BSS: 8 (sm sharp embroidery); one skein of sixstrand embroidery floss. Punchneedles and hoops will be on loan during class. BSS: 23; 24; 25; tweezers; wet wipes; toothpicks; newspapers. AFTERNOON CL ASSES • 470. TAP TRICKS & TIPS L 482. BEADED BUTTONS RILEY VAN HORN Supplies: sm embroidery scissors; beading mat (Velux or similar); task light (opt). BSS: 9; 29; 30. Friday 471. BORDERS, BATTING, AND BINDING— THE 3 “B” S BURTON 472. STAINED GLASS MEDALLION 473. IS THERE LIFE AFTER STIPPLING? ADVANCED FREEHAND 500. STACK-N-WHACK ® CHECKERBOARD TILES QUILT L. TAYLOR BSS: 18. 474. THE SILK COCOON—UNWRAPPED BACKMAN See 258 on Tuesday afternoon for supply list. 475. YOUR STASH, MY STASH ANGOTTI See 446 on Thursday morning for supply list. 476. DASHING AROUND— INTRO TO HAND PIECING BLACKBERG BSS: 6 (opt); 8. 477. “APPLIPIECING” CURVES— FAST, EASY, AND ACCURATE FALLERT See 448 on Thursday morning for supply list. 478. TRAPUNTO & STIPPLING—HAND QUILTING FLYNN BSS: 2; 5 (natural); 6; 18; thread snips; min 12in diameter good quality quilting hoop or sm Q-Snap frame. 479. FAST FAT QUARTERS SCRAP LOG CABIN See 351 on Wednesday morning for supply list. NOVEMBER 5 CLARKE BSS: 8; 12; 13; 14. M. MICHELL REYNOLDS BSS: 7; 8; 23 (45mm or 60mm); 24 (min 18in x 24in); 25 (min 6in x 24in); 32 (www.bethanyreynolds.com); Stack-n-Whack® 45º Triangle Tool avail for use in class (purchase is opt). Fabric: Main fabric (med to lg scale print, no batiks, do not pre-wash): amount needed is based on sz of repeat—measure design repeat along selvage from one point in motif to the same point in next motif. If this measurement is 6in to10in—7.375yds; if 11in to 14in—6.875yds; if 15in to 17in—8.375yds; if 18in to 26in— 6.375yds; if over 26in—eight repeats. Addl fabrics (tonal, non-directional prints which contrast with each other)—Myd each of two for block corners; 1.5yd border. 501. YES, BEAUTIFUL MACHINE QUILTING SMITH BSS: 4 (two); 7; 8; 22; 31; vanishing purple marker (not fine line); contrasting scrap thread for practice; machine quilting needles 75 and 90; 4mm double needles; quilting gloves (opt, but nice). Fabric: 1.75yd solid white or pastel cotton; crib sz regular loft batting. Cut before class: 13in sqs—six fabric and three batting; 3.5in x 38in border strips—four fabric and two batting; 3.5in x 20in border strips—four fabric and two batting; 10in practice sqs—two fabric and one batting. S11 S T I V A L ALL-DAY CLASSES (LATE SESSION) • 505. THE SPILLING CANVAS BAUTISTA BSS: 9; two 1in foam brushes; smock; water containers; plastic paint scraper; soft rubber brayer. Fabric: 1yd muslin or drill cloth. 506. QUILTED NATURE PENDANT T. & M. HUSKAMP BSS: 7; 8; 9; 25 (6in); mechanical pencil with 0.05 lead; #3 round paintbrush for acrylic paint (must keep crisp point after being cleaned in water); three or four vintage brooches or shoe clips (no larger than 3in length); apron (opt). 507. ELECTRIC QUILT SOFTWARE (EQ7)— BEYOND THE BASICS KRANZ BSS: 18; Laptop computer with EQ7 installed and activated; power cord for laptop; external mouse; mouse pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless; EQ7 user manual. ALL-DAY CLASSES (EARLY SESSION) • BSS: 18. E 508. MYSTICAL COTTONTRACKS: EXTENDING BOUNDARIES IN YOUR FREEHAND QUILTING WALLEN BSS: 18; Art pad. 509. LET ME SURPRISE YOU! M O R E ! ANGOTTI See 209 on Tuesday for supply list. 510. “ESCAPE TO THE CAPE” MINI LANDSCAPE BECKER BSS: 8 (sharp Fiskars Softouch); 10 (several); 18; 22; 32 (www.JoyceRBecker.com); spray starch (or Mary Ellen’s Clear Starch Alternative); clear invisible thread; Metafil machine needles (purple dot); 1yd freezer paper; matching threads (opt). 511. “IT’S A BIG WORLD KITTY”— PICTURE IMAGE MACHINE APPLIQUÉ BERNS BSS: 3; 8; 9; 10 (two white washable permanent); 18; 28; 30 (ultra-fine Sharpie or Micron); masking tape; two sheets freezer paper—15in to 18in x 28in; few sm Ziploc bags; monofilament thread (clear and smoke, YLI or MonoPoly); 8in x 10in color enlargement/copy of personal photo. Fabric (choose season for landscape and make sure elements contrast with each other): three FQs hand-dyed look, toneon-tone, mottled, or sm print or just one FQ whole cloth for background sky; one FQ Kitty body in any kitty color or equal parts for multicolor kitty; lg 8in x 10in scrap for tail, ears, legs; two to three FQs or lg 10in scrap for background rocks; FQ for floor 1; FQ for middle floor.
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