list supplies of

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for viewing purposes only. The printed
catalogue mails the first week in July,
and online enrollment opens July 15.
l i s t of s u p p l i e s
CLASS SU PPLIE S
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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 SEW ING S UP P LIE S (“ B SS”)
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 VIATI ONS
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)
Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday
103. AMISH HAND QUILTING
Monday & Tuesday
MILLER
BSS: 16; 18.
OCTOBER 28-30
OCTOBER 28 & 29
THREE-DAY CLASS
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(LATE SESSION)
TWO-DAY CL ASSES
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(LATE SESSION)
100. ABOUT FACE—APPLIQUÉ PORTRAITS
ANDERSEN
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 18; 19; 22; 30; 31;
removable fabric markers; masking tape;
Fraycheck; write-on transparency film; light
box (opt—please bring if you have one); select
portrait photographs (give yourself a wide
choice and then narrow it to one or two).
Please allow instructor to prescreen your chosen
photographs for feasibility. E-mail photo to
contact@CharlotteWarrAndersen.com at least
two weeks before class. After consulting with
instructor, enlarge your photograph to approx
life-size, 8in to 10in from chin to top of head.
It is OK to print from your computer on letter
size paper and splice it together with tape to make
a larger size. Fabric: bring as many choices as you
can of fabric appropriate to the size and subject
matter of your project—four to six shades or
values (light to dk) of the colors for any flesh,
hair, or fur. Prints and textures can be used
where applicable. Flesh-toned fabric will be avail
for purchase in class, but bring what you can find
as well.
101. SILK, SHIBORI, & STYLE
104. THE PUZZLE QUILT—
SIMPLE BLOCKS, COMPLEX FABRIC
DOLCE & WALKER
BSS: 6; 9; 11; 31; 32; rubber gloves.
102. DESIGN EXPLORATIONS
MASOPUST
BSS: 7; 13; 15; 19; 23; 24 (sm); 25 (sm); 28; 32;
pencil with eraser; gridded drawing ruler; compass; Micron 0.01 Pigma pen; watercolor paint
set and med paint brush (Prang avail at Michael’s
and Hobby Lobby or whatever you have); paint
brushes—(2in and ¾in flat, sz 7 sm round);
inexpensive lg tubes of acrylic paint in your
chosen color scheme—pick a color scheme that
you would want to work with for a quilt from the
following: achromatic, monochromatic, analogous,
complementary, split complementary, dual
complementary, cool colors, warm colors,
triadic, or rainbow colors; three paper plates for
palette; water container; paper towel or paint
rag; variety of photographs for inspiration (flowers,
animals, still life, anything that you would like to
abstract into a quilt design); notebook; view
finder—medium matt for framing a picture 11in
on one side or larger and cut it on the diagonal
in the two opposite corners; folder or portfolio
for your designs.
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NADELSTERN
BSS: 6; 7; 11; 14; 15; 18; 22; 23 (28mm); 24
(12in x 18in); 25 (12in); 26 (24in sq); 30; 31;
method for marking dk fabric (ex: silver gel pen).
Fabric: 1yd each of min two bilaterally symmetrical fabrics (also avail for sale in class); one beautiful lg pattern print with at least four repeats; wide
variety of ¼yd to ½yd pcs of sm to med allover
prints, textiles, gradations, strips, black stuff
speckled with gold or white dots, and classic
stripes. Palette does not have to match, but
include rich, saturated jewel tones and painterly
fabrics that evoke luminosity.
Monday
OCTOBER 28
LONGARM CLASSES
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MORNING SESSION
106. BLUHMING BACKGROUND DESIGNS—
LONGARM HANDS-ON
BLUHM
BSS: 9; 21 (drawing pad with no lines or grid);
soft non-mechanical pencil.
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107. FREEHAND LONGARM QUILTING
FOR BEGINNERS WITH LINDA TAYLOR
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ALL -DAY CLASSES
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119. LITTLE HOUSE OF GEESE
120. INTERLOCKING HEXAGONS
110. LET ME SURPRISE YOU! M O R E !
ANGOTTI
BSS: 9; 11; 31; cameras (opt); show & tell from
past “Surprise” classes.
111. KANSAS ROSE—MACHINE APPLIQUÉ
BUCKLEY
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 7; 11; 16; 22; 27; 30; fabric
markers to trace around templates; 80/12 machine needles; stapler; staple remover; emery
board; clear monofilament or polyester thread
(YLI 0.004 recommended and avail for
purchase in class).
112. FABULOUS FUSIBLE FLOWER—ZINNIA
BULA
BSS: 6 (sharp, lg and sm); 7 (sharp, lg and sm);
11 (med); 22; 30 (fine tip and bold); stiletto or
tweezers (to help move sm pcs around); Ziploc to
keep pattern pieces in; pkg Steam-A-Seam2
fusible web. Fabric: 1yd dk background.
113. QUILT LINE AS THE THIRD
DESIGN ASPECT
CHATELAIN
BSS: 21; one or two unbatted quilt tops.
D E LEONARDIS
BSS: 9; 11; 23 (28mm or 45mm); 24 (sm).
115. PLAY WITH SILK—SILK NATURESCAPES
ENDO
BSS: 5; 6; 11; 22; 23; 24 (sm); 31; 32; asst
colors 40wt polyester quilting or embroidery
thread; old towel; paper towels; three paper
plates; three photos of naturescapes; ½yd batting. Fabric: ½yd backing; silk scraps of old silk
blouse (opt).
116. FUNKY FOLDING HOUSES
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117. TEXAS STAR—RED, WHITE, AND BLUE!
M. MICHELL
BSS: 9; 23; 24 (min 12in x 18in); 25 (min 3in x
18in); 31; water or air soluble marking pen; med
sz rotating mat (opt). Fabric: 1.5yds if using only
one fabric; min 12 FQs or 12 lg motifs if using
collected fabrics; ½yd each of light, med, dk coordinating and calm tone-on-tone or solids, not
busy prints. When choosing main fabrics, keep
in mind the hexagon template provided in class
(8in x 10in) is perfect for showcasing lg prints.
121. TRAPUNTO—THE EASY WAY!
NAYLOR
BSS: 1; 2; 4; 6; 7; 8; 11; 12; 15; 16; 18; 22; 28;
quilt marking pen/pencil; sm selection rayon/
polyester threads; compass (opt); ruler (opt);
water soluble thread; two 24in pcs 80/20 or
bamboo or wool batting. Fabric: 24in sq pale
quilt sandwich with low loft batting; one FQ sz
pale quilt sandwich with low loft batting.
122. DRAWING BEAUTIFUL WHOLECLOTH
STYLE FEATHERS
NICKELS
BSS: 7; 18; 22; 30; fabric marking pencil
(preferably silver Quilters Choice by Roxanne,
also avail for sale in class); twenty-five sheets
regular white copy paper; two 24in x 6in sheets
white paper; pencil sharpener; compass (good
quality, locking type—instructor will have some
to share); ruler for drawing and measuring;
masking tape. Fabric: 18in sq solid light color
fabric (good quality, preferably pre-washed
and pressed).
123. COLOR THEORY
FLYNN
BSS: 3; 9; 11.
FORSTER
BSS: 3; 6; 11; 23 (45mm); 24 (18in x 24in); 25
(6in x 24in). Fabric: one jelly roll; 2yds background; ½yd each of two coordinating fabrics
for bag (opt).
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126. THE SELF-MITERED LOG CABIN
SOLOMON
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 13 (restickable 3M 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, 2010, C&T.
Fabric: cut 1.5in x 8in rectangles from sixteen
diff starched fabrics as follows—six light, four
med, six dk; bring addnl fabrics to choose from
in class.
127. PILFERING FROM PFABRIC
STONE
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 18; 20; 22; 27. Fabric:
one pc that you consider to be a possible design
source for patchwork or appliqué.
128. GETTING TO KNOW THE HQ SWEET
SIXTEEN—HOW “SWEET” IT IS!
D. TAYLOR
BSS: 9; 22; fabric marking pencil or chalk.
129. MIXED MEDIA COLLAGE
H. THOMAS
BSS: 4; 5 (to match fabric); 6; 10; 11 (silk); 13
(fabric); 18; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25 (med).
Fabric: six coordinating FQs, one rather plain to
use in background; one FQ felt to match.
130. NOT SO CRAZY CRAZY-PATCH SCARF
WALKER
BSS: 9; 11; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25 (18in); 31;
variety of decorative threads in asst of colors.
Scarf background is black silk velvet and satin,
so all scarf color comes from threads used.
131. OPULENT OVERLAY
WALTON
BSS: 5; 6; 12; 32; two sm paintbrushes (approx
¼in & ½in); 2.25oz opaque metallic fabric paint
in contrasting color to fabric; machine thread in
color similar to paint. Fabric: two FQs handdyed or look-alike or tone-on-tone batik (busy
commercial prints not suitable).
PEREZ
BSS: 7; 13; 16; 32; 12in ruler; rinse water container; lg flat white plate for mixing paint; paper
towels; 9in x 12in 90lb student grade watercolor
paper pad; palette knife.
FINGAL
BSS: 4; 6; 11; rickrack; buttons; snaps; trim;
black sewing machine thread; #8 perle cotton in
variety of colors; embroidery needle.
118. JELLY ROLL STAR—
A STUNNING QUILT IN ONE DAY
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BSS: 3; 6; 7; 9; 11; 15; 16; 23; 24 (12in x 18in);
25 (18in and 4in or 4.5in sq); 31; freezer paper;
Add-A-Quarter ruler; custom buttons avail for
purchase in class (opt).
BSS: 18.
114. TWISTED HEART
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124. SUDOKU WITH TEXTURE
RAYMENT
BSS: 6; 9; 11; 15; 16; 22; 23; 24 (10in x 17in);
25 (4.5in sq); 31; cream/ecru sewing thread.
125. CREATE A STYLISH SWEATSHIRT
JACKET—THAT FITS!
ROHLFING
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 9; 11; 21; 23 (45mm); 24 (18in x
24in); 25 (min 2in x 24in); 31; monofilament
thread; three spools polyester thread to match
sweatshirt; min 10yds asst yarns and ribbons to
coordinate with sweatshirt and fabric. Fabric:
1.5yds (batik highly recommended). Wear a
sleeveless top as you would wear under jacket.
Please order kit no later than Sept. 9, 2013 at
this link: http://www.londas-sewing.com/shop/
product/quilt-festival-houston-class-125/
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132. REMEMBER: A “QUILTED IN
HONOR” PROJECT
HOOVER & PERSING
BSS: 4; 6; 7; 11; 18; 21; 22; 23; 24; 25 (6.5in sq
& 6.5in x 18in); 30; 31; Roseanne’s Glue BasteIt; freezer paper; pattern from Patternspot.com;
top stitching thread to match appliqué fabrics.
Fabric: nine ½yds, a combination of blues and
blue and red prints (refer to class sample); two
white FQs for stars; two red FQs for poppies;
one green FQ for stems; a scrap of black. (Using
batiks for appliqué is suggested.) Before class:
From blue and blue and red prints of background fabric cut the following 41in strips from
each: two 1.25in strips, three 1.375in strips, four
1.5in strips, one 1.625in strip, one 1.75in strip,
one 2in strip. Then cut each strip in half on
the fold.
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135. “APPLIPIECING” CURVES—
FAST, EASY, AND ACCURATE
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136. ENGLISH PAPER PIECING BY MACHINE
160. PLUNK AND PLAY—LONGARM HANDS-ON PATTEN
161. THREAD FUSION I—LONGARM HANDS-ON WALLEN
BSS: 18, doodle pad.
EVENING CLASSES
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MOBERLY
BSS: 18.
BSS: 18.
BSS: 6; 7; 13; cotton swab or sm watercolor
brush; clear monofilament thread (Superior
Mono-Poly recommended and also avail for sale
in class).
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171. CONQUERING PROCRASTINATION
LONGARM CLASSES
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NIGHT SESSION
FALLERT-GENTRY
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172. THE EASY XCENTRIC
SOLOMON
BSS: 4; 6; 11 (flat flower head); 18; 22; 23; 24
(med); 25 (min 8.5in sq and min 12.5in rectangular ruler); 31; fabric pen or chalk pencil visible
on fabric. Fabric: pair of identical 8.5in squares
from stripe fabric that has not been laundered
or starched; addl fabrics as desired. See
http://MakeItSimplerWorkshops.blogspot.com
for further information.
BSS: 9; 18.
137. QUILTER’S PALETTE
MATHEWS
BSS: 18.
162. SILK THREAD’S NEW ROLE—
A COLORING RESIST
BACKMAN
173. YES, YOU CAN STIPPLE!
D. TAYLOR
BSS: 9; 22; self-threading (hand) needle.
BSS: 18; 32.
174. FREE MOTION SCRIPT
138. THE SUCCESS OF PASSION
PACKHAM
BSS: 18.
163. KYLEE’S KITE
BURNS
BSS: 6; 11; 22; 23; 24 (7in Fiskar rotating and
12in x 18in); 25 (6in x 12in); 30; 31; stiletto;
wooden iron.
LONGA RM CLASSES
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AFTERNOON SESSION
164. CRAZY CHOCOLATE BOX
145. FORMAL FEATHERS—
BLUHM
BASICS AND BEYOND—LONGARM HANDS-ON
BSS: 9; 21 (drawing pad with no lines or grid);
soft non-mechanical pencil.
146. PRACTICAL LONGARM QUILTING FOR L. TAYLOR
PRACTICALLY EVERY AREA ON YOUR QUILT!
CRAIG
BSS: 6; 18.
165. MACHINE EMBELLISHED ARTIST BAG
FAIRES
BSS: 1 (sz 90N); 4 (black); 6; 11; 22; addl
favorite decorative machine threads.
150. BASIC BLUE & WHITE DRESDEN
EMBROIDERY BY HAND
BSS: 1; 3; 4; 6; 7; 9; 11; 16; 23 (45mm); 24
(12in x 18in); 25 (3in x 18in); 10in lightweight
sew-in Pellon or freezer paper for appliqué
method of choice. Fabric: 20in plain cotton to
coordinate with scraps; 10in for block centers;
cotton scraps of six or more that can be cut from
Jelly Rolls.
FORSTER
BSS: 18.
167. 100 MACHINE QUILTING DESIGNS!
151. “APPLIPIECING” CURVES—
FAST, EASY, AND ACCURATE
FALLERT-GENTRY
See 135 on Monday morning for supply list.
152. RANDOM ACTS OF STITCHING
HINDS
BSS: 9; 18; quilting gloves (opt).
153. THE BUSINESS OF THE STUDIO
PACKHAM
BSS: 18.
154. TRIED AND TRUE—
SORENSEN
TECHNIQUES FOR BEAUTIFUL HAND APPLIQUÉ
BSS: 18. Refer to the “Workshop Supplies”
section at www.MaryAppliques.com for more
specific supply information.
HEINE
BSS: 6; 40wt machine quilting thread in desired
colors; 90/14 machine embroidery needles;
quilting gloves.
168. REPEAT BOUTIQUE
HINDS
BSS: 6; 11; 18; 22; 23; 24 (min 12in sq); 25
(12.5in sq); 26 (18in sq); 31. Fabric: ½yd solid
black cotton; ½yd solid color of your choice.
169. MEET ME IN HAWAII
KANSIER
BSS: 18; non-stick appliqué pressing sheet.
Fabric: all fabrics/thread included in kit. You will
choose from batiks for appliqué and either black
or white for background.
170. BEGINNING MACHINE PIECING—
BLOCKS & BORDERS
BSS: 18.
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LONGARM CLASS
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ALL-DAY
166. KALEIDOSCOPE HEXAGON QUILT—
EASIER THAN YOU THINK
BURTON
BSS: 5 (machine); 11 (silk); 18; 25 (min 18in);
short poem or prose to write on your quilt (about
25-30 words); Hera Marker; ½yd natural fiber
batting. Fabric: two FQs cheap muslin; one FQ
solid color for background; one FQ for border;
scraps for stem, appliqué flower, and leaves.
Tuesday
BSS: 18.
AFTERNOON CLASSES
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H. THOMAS
MATHEWS
201. MYSTICAL FEATHERS, FLORALS, LEAVES,
AND VINES
WALLEN
BSS: 18; doodle pad.
ALL-DAY CLASSES
•
(LATE SE SSION)
205. LET ME SURPRISE YOU!
ANGOTTI
BSS: 9; 11; 31; cameras (opt); show & tell from
past “Surprise” classes.
206. FIESTA MEXICO—BLOCK NINE—
HAND APPLIQUÉ
BUCKLEY
BSS: 6; 7; 10; 11; 13; 16; 22; 27; tape (any
kind); stapler; staple remover; fabric markers to
trace around template; emery board. Fabric: 16in
sq white or off-white background; 16in sq red (or
color of your choice); three green FQs; two pink
FQs; two orange FQs; two blue FQs; ½yd trim
for stem (yellow soutache or Jin ribbon).
207. FABULOUS FUSIBLE FLOWER—BLUEBONNET
BULA
BSS: 6 (sharp, lg and sm); 7 (sharp, lg and sm);
11; 22; 30 (fine tip and bold); stiletto or tweezers (to help move sm pcs around); Ziploc to keep
pattern pieces in; pkg Steam-A-Seam2 fusible
web. Fabric: 1yd dk background.
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AND PAINT
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FLYNN
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 23; 24.
BSS: 1; 3; 4; 5 (to match fabrics); 6; 7; 9; 11;
15; 16; 18; 19; 23; 24 (11in x 17in); 31; white or
silver marking pencil; ½yd freezer paper; 15in x
25in batting; selection of designs to use for landscape; sm container for water; a few paper towels.
Fabric: six to eight FQs of your choice (tone-ontone/hand-dyes/sm prints); 15in x 25in backing;
505 spray basting or pins.
209. UNDERCOVER IN HOUSTON XIV
CAFFREY
BSS: 3; 11; 22; 23; 24 (min 12in x 18in); 25
(see supply list); 31. Supply list will be posted on
www.debbiescreativemoments.com by Sept. 15.
210. PAINTING IMAGES WITH DYES
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.
211. PATCHWORK ILLUSIONS
218. ROSE STAR ONE PATCH—
A HEXAGON HAPPENING QUILT
FORSTER
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 9; 11; 16; 23 (45mm); 24 (18in x
24in); 25 (24in x 6in); 26 (45in sq); 27; 30.
Fabric: eighteen (six per block for three blocks)
FQs—one can be a stripe or suitable to fussy cut
and another is background; addnl fabric for
addnl blocks (opt).
219. DESIGN WITH FREEFORM SHAPES
GARBER
BSS: 15; 16; 18; 25 (3in x 18in); freezer paper;
flexible curve (also avail for purchase in class);
masking tape; 1in x 6in ruler.
220. LIBERATION FROM THE DITCH—
GODDEN
FREE-MOTION QUILTING ON THE HQ SWEET SIXTEEN
BSS: 9; 12; pencil. Fabric: two 20in sq muslin
prepared quilting sandwiches (top, batting,
backing), pinned with approx twelve safety pins.
221. THE ELEMENTS OF ART FOR QUILTERS
KINARD
BSS: 6; 13; 18; min 8in x 10in sketchbook; wipes
for cleaning glue off fingers (opt). Fabric: quart
sz Ziploc full of fabric scraps to share (include
solids, neutrals, non-quilting pcs).
COMBS
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 16; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25 (6in x
12in and 1in x 6in); 26 (1yd); 31.
212. HALLOWEEN SAMPLER
CRAIG
BSS: 6.
213. PAINTING WITH NEEDLES—
ENDO
POSSIBILITIES OF FREE-MOTION QUILTING
BSS: 5; 6; 11; 12; 21; 30; 31; asst colors of 30wt
and 40wt polyester, rayon, and cotton thread;
asst colors of bobbin threads; quilting gloves;
20in sq batting; tweezers. Fabric: 20in sq solid
color cotton; 20in sq backing.
214. MODERN CRAZY QUILTING BY MACHINE
FAIRES
BSS: 1 (sz 90N); 3 (dk); 6; 11; 22; 23 (med);
24 (med); 25 (4in x 14in); 31; decorative
threads for stitching; thicker fibers and yarns for
couching; other embellishments like ribbon,
lace, buttons (opt).
215. PAINTING WITH A TWIST & SHOUT FINGAL & JENISON
BSS: 7; 32.
216. “MODERN” MYSTERY
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222. ELECTRIC QUILT SOFTWARE (EQ7):
BEYOND THE BASICS
KRANZ
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class;
power cord for laptop; external mouse; mouse
pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless; EQ7 user
manual (opt). Alternative: For students without
EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor (mekranz@gmail.com), the instructor will
provide EQ7 with limited time-use 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.
223. TAME FUSSY, FIDDLY THREADS
FOR MACHINE QUILTING
S. SMITH
BSS: 4; 6; 7; 11; 12; 18; 22; 23 (18mm); 24
(sm); 31; 32; kitchen size plastic garbage bag; four
to eight paper towels; fine black thread; your
“fussy” threads; size 14/90 topstitch needle; quilting gloves (opt), 16in sq batting. Pre-washed cotton fabric: 16in sq black; 18in sq backing; 9in sq
or larger practice quilt sandwich with black top.
www.SarahAnnSmith.com/resources.php and
click on class title below “Class Supply Lists.”
FITZGERALD
BSS: 3; 6; 11; 18; 22; 23; 24; 25; 26 (30in x
45in); 31. Fabric: 2.5yds (total) asst of one neutral color (tone-on-tones, solids, or hand-dyes);
four 22in x 18in accent pcs.
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224. YOU CAN FREE-MOTION QUILT!
LYON
BSS: 5 (quality thread in color to contrast with
quilt sandwiches, Aurifil 50wt & Superior Master
Piece are good); 9; 12 (twenty); 18; 22; sz 90
Topstitch needle. Fabric: four 15in sq quilt sandwiches with solid or near solid quality quilting
fabric and low loft batting held together with five
safety pins.
225. NEW YORK BEAUTY IN A NEW YORK MINUTE
MARTIN
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 13; 22; 23; 24 (min 8in x
12in); 25 (min 12in); 31; min 15in sq freezer
paper; invisible thread (opt). Fabric: ½yd for
points; 1yd background that is strong contrast to
points; ¾yd setting fabric(s).
226. THE BASICS OF CRAZY QUILTING
MONTANO
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 13; 15; 16; 18; 21;
22; 30; Chako marker or white pencil; water
erasable pen.
227. FREE-MOTION MACHINE QUILTING
BEYOND BEGINNING
NAYLOR
BSS: 1; 2; 4; 5; 7; 8; 12; 15; 16; 18; 22; 25 (min
12in); 28; quilt marking pen/pencil; sm selection
40wt rayon or polyester threads. Fabric: four quilt
sandwiches of FQ sz with 100% cotton batting and
plain pale fabric. Please do not baste these.
228. MACHINE QUILTING ESSENTIALS
NICKELS
BSS: 9; 12 (fifty sz 1); 22; Schmetz Microtex
sharp needles 80/12 & 70/10 sz; off-white and
tan or gold cotton thread in 50/3ply, 50/2ply, or
40/3ply from Mettler, Aurifil, Superior Masterpiece or King Tut; marking pencil (Quilter’s
Choice silver and white recommended); pencil
sharpener; ruler; rubber gloves (kitchen dishwashing gloves, one sz smaller than usual); extension cord/multi-plug strip; sm cushion for extra
height (opt); extra light (opt); six 12in sqs cotton
or cotton blend batting. Fabric: twelve 12in sqs
muslin. To make the best use of class time,
mark/trace on 12in muslin sqs pp. 1-2 of handout (full handout will be given in class). Go to
www.Sue-Nickels.com under Workshops tab for
2pg handout. The remaining sqs will be marked
in class.
229. TEN TEXTILE TECHNIQUES USING ACRYLIC INKS PEREZ
BSS: 6; 7; 16; 32; three to five colors Acrylic inks;
one metallic Acrylic ink (FW Daler Rowney, Liquitex, or Magic Color found in art supply stores);
paint tray; container for rinse water; foam and/or
hand carved rubber stamps; freezer paper; variety
of round and flat synthetic bristle brushes.
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230. THE TWO-COLOR PINEAPPLE—
WHY DIDN’T I THINK OF THAT?
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BSS: 4; 6; 10; 11; 16; 22; pencils for marking on
fabric; pencil sharpener; one quarter; one dime.
Fabric: 18in sq light color background (must be
see-through for tracing); min 5.5in sq scraps in
the following colors—three green prints for
leaves; two values of one color for lg flower; three
asst prints for sm flowers; two prints for flower
centers. Refer to “Workshop Supplies” section
of www.MaryAppliques.com for more specific
supply information. Supply list only reflects
fabrics needed for class, not all fabrics needed to
complete this design.
232. NEW YORK BEAUTY PLUS
STONE
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 18; 28.
233. SIMPLE PICTORIAL APPLIQUÉ
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BSS: 4 (to match lighter fabric); 6; 7; 11; 13
(restickable or fabric glue); 18; 22; 23; 24
(min 12in sq); 25 (10.5in sq or 12.5in sq
plus med rectangular ruler); 30; 31; Rotary
Cutting Revolution, 2010, C&T. Fabric:
two ½yd pcs contrasting solids. See
http://MakeItSimplerWorkshops.blogspot.com
for advance preparation instructions.
231. EASY BREEZY APPLIQUÉ
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247. PAINTSTIK INSPIRATIONS
MORNING CLASSES
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241. WHIMSICAL I SPY—
APPLIQUÉ WENDY’S WAY
BERNS
BSS: 6; 7; 12; 23; 24 (18in sq); 25 (4in x 18in);
30 (ultra fine tip); masking tape; Microtex Sharp
80/12 machine needles. Fabric: one light value
solid, tone-on-tone, or tiny print FQ for background; 9in x 10in med value for house base;
6in x 11in med value for roof; four dk value 4in
sqs to fussy cut of diff fabrics or four motifs from
one fabric for windows/door/chimney; 6in sq
med/dk value fussy cut for star; 6in x 8in med/dk
value for tree; ¼yd lg scale/theme fabric to coordinate with your house fabrics or use a fabric
from the house for border. NOTE: Include a
range of lg scale prints for any theme you want—
whimsical/juvenile or geometric. Be sure there is
contrast between background and house as well as
house base and windows/door. You can do some
fussy cutting to feature lg scale print motifs. See
class photos at www.quilts.com under Quilt
Festival/Houston class catalogue. These last four
items are needed to complete the block and are
considered opt for class: 24in sq batting (Warm
and Natural recommended) (opt); cotton thread
to quilt your background (opt); 24in sq for
backing (opt); ¼yd plus 5in x 10in pc to create
triangle hanger system (opt).
MURRAY
BSS: 32; ¾in or 1in masking or blue painter’s
tape. Fabric: min eight 12in to 14in pre-washed
cotton, silk, or synthetic sqs—at least six should be
dk, two light and can be solid, hand-dyed, or
subtle tone-on-tone.
248. INTERLOCKED AND MANIPULATED SHAPES RAYMENT
BSS: 1; 9; 11; 31; cream/ecru colored sewing thread.
249. MICROWAVE DYEING FOR COTTON
RICKS
BSS: 6; 32; rubber gloves; five disposable plastic
containers; five 1gal freezer bags. Fabric: 2yds
PFD or well-washed white cotton.
250. BASIC ZENTANGLES ®
N. SMITH
BSS: 18.
251. WHOLE CLOTH PAINTED ABSTRACTION
WALTER
BSS: 16.
252. STAMP CARVING
WALTON
BSS: 16; 22; sm roll masking tape.
LONGARM CLASS
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AF TERNOON SESSION
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 16; hand appliqué sewing needle.
234. JEWELS OF THE MOUNTAIN
D. THOMAS
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 16; 18; 22; 23 (45mm or 60mm);
24 (18in x 24in); 25 (6in x 12in); 27; 31. Fabric:
one FQ dk men’s pant fabric cut into two
2.875in sqs and eight 2.5in sqs; one FQ med
main print cut into three 3in sqs and ten 2.5in x
4.5in rectangles; one light FQ cut into three 3in
sqs and twelve 2.5in sqs; one black FQ; one gray
FQ. Bring all leftovers with you.
242. THE 3 B’S—
BURTON
BORDERS, BATTING, AND BINDING FOR BEGINNERS
VLACK
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class;
power cord for laptop; external mouse; mouse
pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless; EQ7 user
manual (opt). Alternative: For students without
EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor (barb@barbvlack.com), the instructor will
provide EQ7 with limited time-use 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.
LONGA RM CLASS
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MORNING SESSION
L. TAYLOR
BSS: 18.
BSS: 18.
AFTERNOON CLASSES
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243. EYE DAZZLING FOUNDATION
FALLERT-GENTRY
PIECING IN A FREEFORM CURVE
BSS: 15; 18; sm thin 6in to 12in ruler (opt and
avail for sale in class).
266. PEPPERMINT EMBROIDERY
BACON
BSS: 18.
244. PUBLISH YOUR PATTERNS FOR PROFIT
235. INTRODUCING DESIGNING WITH EQ7
265. LONGARM QUILTING TRICKS
AND TOOLS—TOO COOL!
GOLLETZ
BSS: 18.
245. NEEDLEPUNCH EMBROIDERY—HYDRANGEA
HEINE
BSS: 8; 30; Cameo brand sm sz punchneedle
(avail in class); 8in high quality embroidery hoop.
246. FAST FAT QUARTERS SCRAP LOG CABIN
M. MICHELL
BSS: 3; 23 (new blade); 24 (12in x 18in); 25
(3in x 18in); any personal favorite sewing tools
like seam ripper, etc.; instructor will supply Log
Cabin rulers for class use. Fabric: four coordinating FQs (must be 13in x 22in), one dk, one
light, and two med value; one min 10in sq for
center sqs.
267. TINY WILD THINGS—
3-D SCULPTED FLOWERS
BERNS
BSS: 6; 7; 11; 23; 24 (18in sq); 25 (18in x 4in);
30 (ultra fine tip); Microtex Sharp 80/12 machine needles; spool of cotton, rayon, or trilobal
poly to coordinate with your flower fabrics;
thread to quilt your background; 12in x 14in
batting. Fabric: 9in x 12in light value, mottled or
muckled, hand-dyed look or tiny print to contrast with flower fabric for background; two 6in
sqs for flower center and backing of Round
Flower #1; 8in sq for Flowers #2 and #3; addnl
flower fabrics to play with; 12in x 14in backing.
268. EYE DAZZLING FOUNDATION
FALLERT-GENTRY
PIECING IN A FREE-FORM CURVE
See 243 on Tuesday morning for supply list.
240. IN THE “BEE”GINNING—
L. TAYLOR
QUILTING MACHINE BASICS FOR “NEWBEES,
WANTABEES, & MAYBEES”
269. WALLFLOWER WOOL APPLIQUÉ (BY HAND) HEINE
BSS: 6; 8; 30; ¾in appliqué pins.
BSS: 18.
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BSS: 23; 24 (min 12in x 18in); 25 (min 3in x
18in); any personal favorite sewing tools like
stylus, pins, etc.; instructor will supply KaleidoRulers for use in class. Fabric: ½yd light and ½yd
dk that look good together.
271. STARBUILDER SENSATIONS
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BSS: 18.
273. TWIST AND SHOUT
RICKS
BSS: 6; 32; rubber gloves.
274. BASIC ZENTANGLES ®
N. SMITH
See 250 on Tuesday morning for supply list.
275. DESIGNING MACHINE QUILTING
H. THOMAS
BSS: 18; one quilt top that you want help designing
the quilting for.
276. SCARF JAMBOREE
WALTER
BSS: 28; 32; cheap drop cloth; sm water spray
bottle; partial roll of freezer paper and paper
towels; six disposable bowls; plastic trash bag.
Fabric: approx 12in sq white cotton.
277. THREADS TO DYE FOR
WALTON
BSS: 25 (24in); 32; disposable gloves; two plastic
containers with lids; lg Ziploc bag for containers.
Wednesday & Thursday
OCTOBER 30 & 31
TWO-DAY CLASS
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FREEHAND WITH LINDA V. TAYLOR
BSS: 18.
ALL-DAY CLASSES
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(LATE SE SSION)
305. LET ME SURPRISE YOU! M O R E !
ANGOTTI
See 110 on Monday for supply list.
306. LIFE’S A BEACH LAND CRUISE
BERNS
BSS: 6; 7; 11; 23; 24 (18in sq); 25 (18in x 4in);
30 (ultra fine tip); masking tape; clear and
smoke Monofilament thread (Wonder by YLI or
Mono-Poly by Superior); med green and dk
brown cotton, polyester, or rayon threads with
enough for bobbin too; Microtex Sharp 80/12
machine needles. Fabric: 7in x 8in light value for
sky; 3in x 8in med value for Mountain #1; 3in x
8in dk value for Mountain #2; 6in x 9in med
value for water; 8in x 13in brown/brown print in
med/dk value for tree trunk; one each 7in x 9in
med green and dk green for palm leaves; 9in x
12in darker value than inner sky for sky border;
4in sq med value for sun; 6in x 12in light value
for sand border. To finish quilt you will need
specialty threads, rayons, metallics, cottons, and
monofilament for machine quilting; FQ of
batting (Warm and Natural); FQ for backing;
¼yd for double-fold binding (consider lg
tropical print); 5in x 10in pc to create triangle
hanger system.
307. QUILTER’S PLAYTIME—
WITH HQ SWEET SIXTEEN
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310. UPCYCLE YOUR JEANS INTO ART
CHATELAIN
BSS: 5 (to match hand-dyed fabric); 6 (max 6in
and sharp, pointed); 7; 12 (twenty); 13; 17 (red
and white); 23; 24 (18in x 24in); 25 (min 4in x
14in); 28 (Magic); 31; 16in x 18in lightweight to
med batting; clear polyester thread like Superior
Mono-Poly; Fabric: four legs of deconstructed
jeans/denim (remove seams, zipper, and pockets
before coming to class, you can bring pockets) of
diff colors/values—a variety of very distressed to
some darker blues is great; one pc 16in x18in
hand-dyed bright accent; 16in x 18in cotton
backing. NOTE: if you are driving, please bring a
lg cutting mat that several can share. Quilting
thread and clear polyester thread will also be avail
for sale in class.
311. MORE PATCHWORK ILLUSIONS
COMBS
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 16; 17; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25
(6in x 12in and 1in x 6in); 26 (1yd); 31.
312. QUIET QUILTS—
LEARNING TO USE THE TAUPE PALETTE
CORY
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 17; 18; 23 (45mm); 24 (12in x
18in); 25 (6.5in x 12.5in). Fabric: ten to twenty
¼yd or FQ pcs of taupes (grey, brown, grey/
green, grey/blue, charcoal, lavender, etc).
313. CHRISTMAS TRINKET BOX
CRAIG
BSS: 6.
314. T-SHIRT QUILTS MADE EASY
D E LEONARDIS
BSS: 6; 11; 23; 24 (lg); 25 (min 15in sq). Fabric:
eight T-shirts (do not pre-cut); two 42-count
5in Charm packs.
BSS: 6; 7; 9.
315. SEVEN WAYS TO GO CRAZY
308. RENEGADE THREAD PLAY—THE NEXT STEP BULA
BSS: 6 (lg & sm); 11 (lg); 12 (eight med sz);
quilting gloves; one pkg 80/12 Jeans Denim or
Topstitch needles; sm plastic bag for fabric
scraps; 18in sq cotton low loft batting. Fabric:
Hyd dark for background and backing
of flowers.
309. INTRODUCTION TO FABRIC PAINTING BUZZALINO
BSS: 7; 15; 16; 18; 25 (6in x 12in); 32; water
container (soup or vegetable can); three or four
lg styrofoam plates; paper towels, old toothbrush.
BSS: 6; 7; 32; rubber or plastic gloves.
Wednesday
OCTOBER 30
LONGA RM CLASSES
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M ORNING SESSION
303. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL—
MODERN LONGARM QUILTING
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BSS: 7; 22; 32. Fabric: ½yd black cotton; two
¼yd pcs or FQs of cottons in solid, bright colors
which clearly contrast with each other (i.e. red,
fuschia, gold, turquoise).
300. SILK DYE AND STITCH
EXTRAVAGANZA
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BSS: 4; 6; 11; 22; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25 (4in
x 14in); 26 (36in sq); 31. Fabric: min twelve diff
pcs to total at least 3yds (can be scraps and leftovers). Pre-cut twelve strips 1.5in x 18in. Choose
contemporary and exciting pcs with good variety
and contrast (light/dk, busy/plain) and a highlight or zinger. The more choices, the more fun
and bring what you like!
316. BIG BANG
FASSETT & LUCY
BSS: 23; 24 (min 12in x 18in); 25 (min 6in x
12in); 26 (min 42in x 72in); Kaffe Quilts Again or
Caravan of Quilts (opt). Fabric: ¼yd to ½yd each of
min twenty diff sm and med scale prints, stripes,
and polka dots that harmonize well together.
317. TRASH TO TREASURE
PINEAPPLE CHALLENGE
FITZGERALD
BSS: 6; 11; 22; 23; 24 (12in sq); 25 (6in x 18in);
26 (30in sq); 31. Fabric: 1.5in strips from asst
scraps (lots of them); 1yd background; 1yd border.
BLUHM
BSS: 9; 18 (drawing pad with no lines or grid);
non-mechanical pencil.
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318. BLUE RIBBON HAND QUILTING
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BSS: 6; 7; 9; 10; 11; favorite hand quilting
needle; 12in quilting hoop or sturdy embroidery
hoop; blue water erasable fabric marker.
319. FAYE—FABRIC COLLAGE AND
FREE-MOTION EMBELLISHING
HEINE
BSS: 6; 7; 9; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25 (3in x
18in); 30; two pkgs (five sheets each) 9in x 12in
Steam-A-Seam2 (no substitutions); 22in x 36in
Quilters Preview plastic; appliqué pressing sheet;
90/14 machine embroidery needles; thread kit
avail in class or bring the following Sulky 713
colors: 1307, 1015, 1016, 1024, 1056 and YLI
40wt color V71 Rio De Janeiro.
320. PINEAPPLE PLUS
HELLABY
BSS: 4; 6; 8; 11; 22; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25
(med and 9in rotary cutting sq); 31; fabric marking pen. Fabric: 2yds light value 100% cotton;
¼yd for center diamond; ¾yd or three FQs each
of pink, blue, green, and yellow.
321. TEXTURED QUILTING
HOLLAND
BSS: 3; 4; 6; 12; 16; 23; picture of your choice
or use pattern from instructor; threads to match
that picture; 1yd Steam-A-Seam Lite (single);
1yd thin cotton batting (Warm and Natural
cotton); pkg Microtex 70/10 machine needles.
Fabric: ½yd for mountains; FQ for ground;
6in sq for greenery in the foreground; 1yd
for backing.
322. ONE-OF-A-KIND PRINTS
WITH THICKENED DYE
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BSS: 1; 3; 4; 6; 7; 8; 11; 16; 22; 30; 31; pkg
binding clips; sm spool of red or variegated
thread (any color) for decorative stitching; sm
spool of thread to match binding fabric for 15in
quilted sq you bring to class. Fabric: two 2.5in x
40in strips cut on straight of grain (selvage to
selvage) or on bias to bind the following quilt
sandwich—bring one 15in sq quilt sandwich
(hand or machine quilted) with batting (100%
cotton or 80/20 blend) and backing 1in larger
than the top on all four sides. Sandwich can be
plain fabric, a pieced or appliquéd sq or sm
wallhanging you want to finish with binding.
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DESIGN USING ELECTRIC QUILT SOFTWARE (EQ7)
330. PAINTING IMAGERY FOR ART QUILTS
WITH TEXTILE PAINTS
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class;
power cord for laptop; external mouse; mouse
pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless; EQ7 user
manual (opt). Alternative: For students without
EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor (mekranz@gmail.com), the instructor will
provide EQ7 with limited time-use 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.
BSS: 7; 16; 32; several sm synthetic round tip
and flat paint brushes; one ¾in or 1in wide flat
paint brush; lg flat white plate for mixing paint,
container for rinse water; 1yd freezer paper;
paper towels.
325. SWIRLING PETALS
MASHUTA
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 9; 10; 11 (box); 22; 23 (med); 24
(sm); 26 (1.5yds). Fabric for nine blocks (where
one FQ = 2 blocks): two sets or categories of
fabric—at least two fabrics to alternate for petals
(need to be same category, as in florals, conversation prints, dots, stripes, or batiks); ½yd of a
more subtle stripe, dot, batik or solid for background; one FQ of solid or very sm stripe for
plain centers or origami puffs; possible border
and corner block fabrics.
326. EMBELLISHMENTS! EMBELLISHMENTS! MONTANO
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 13; 15; 16; 18; 21;
22; 30; Chako marker or white pencil, water
erasable pen.
331. BIRCH POND SEASONS
NADELSTERN
BSS: 6; 7; 11; 15; 18; 22; 23 (28mm); 24 (12in x
18in); 25 (12in); 31; black sewing thread.
NAYLOR
BSS: 1; 5; 6; 7; 9; 11; 13; 15; 16; 18; 22; 23
(45mm); 24 (med); 25 (12in); 28; 40wt rayon or
polyester threads for satin stitch; tear away stabilizer;
sm pc Steam-A-Seam2. Fabric: ¾yd 100% cotton
for background (not too patterned); sm selection of
FQs and scraps to contrast with background.
329. FLOWER GARDEN BORDERS—
MACHINE APPLIQUÉ TECHNIQUES
NICKELS
BSS: 1; 8 (for precision cutting of appliqué pcs);
11; 22; 23; 24 (sm); 25 (sm); Schmetz Microtex
sharp 80/12 machine needles; cotton threads
(40/3, 50/3) in colors to coordinate with appliqué fabric (Mettler 50/3 recommended or
King Tut tone-on-tones by Sue Nickels 40/3
avail for purchase in class); 1yd paper backed
fusible web (Soft Fuse will be avail for purchase in
class. Do not bring Heat N Bond products or
Lite Steam-A-Seam2 or Steam-A-Seam2 but Lite
Steam-A-Seam is fine); fabric marking pencil;
spray starch; sm tweezers; circle template (opt).
Fabric: 10in x WOF 100% cotton (pre-washed,
pressed, and starched) for background; eight to
ten asst FQs for floral appliqué; 1in x 30in bias
strip for vine.
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BSS: 6; 7; 11; 18; 23 (18mm); 24 (med); 25 (3in
x 12in (opt)); 31; appliqué pressing sheet (opt).
Fabric: 7in x 22in for sky; total ¼yd of three to six
pcs white, tan, light gray; three to five 8in sqs for
leaves; three 4in x 12in pcs for hills; 6in x 12in
for pond; 6in sqs gray/brown for rocks; colors
suitable for season for ground—whites/blues/
grays for winter or greens/florals for summer
or red/rust/gold/brown for autumn.
See www.sarahannsmith.com/resources/php
for class supply list. E-mail questions to
sarah@sarahannsmith.com
332. FEARLESS FABRIC PLAY
D. THOMAS
BSS: 18. Fabric: two FQs each of brown, black,
gray, neutral, blue, red, yellow, green, orange,
and purple. Press and fold each FQ into 9in x
11in and safety pin loose corner. Place adhesive
name label on back of each. No conversational or
motif prints.
333. MORE QUILT DESIGNING WITH EQ7
327. TOWER ONE
328. MACHINE APPLIQUÉ MASTERCLASS
BSS: 18.
323. QUILTS WITH GREAT EDGES
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BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class;
power cord for laptop; external mouse; mouse
pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless; EQ7 user
manual (opt). Alternative: For students without
EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor (barb@barbvlack.com), the instructor will
provide EQ7 with limited time-use 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.
334. COLORING FABRIC WITH PAINTS
WALTER
BSS: 6; 28; 32; cheap drop cloth; sm water spray
bottle, partial roll of freezer paper and paper
towels; six disposable bowls, two plastic trash bags.
Fabric: 1yd plain white cotton.
335. BUILDING BLOCK QUILT DESIGN
WALTON
BSS: 7; 13; 15; 16; 25 (12in).
MORNING CL ASSES
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340. BORDERS BY DESIGN
BSS: 7; 14 (10in x 16in); 15; 16.
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BSS: 18.
342. GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER—
A TABLE TOPPER MYSTERY
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BSS: 18.
CAFFREY
354. PERFECT POINTS IN HAND APPLIQUÉ
343. PRECISION & PANACHE
355. WHAT A FLAKE!
344. COLOR & CONTRAST IN QUILTING
GARBER
D. TAYLOR
BSS: 4; 9; 11; 16; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25;
fabric marking pencil. Fabric: two FQs in
contrasting colors suitable for a Snowflake block.
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379. MODERN BENTO BLOCK PARTY EXCHANGE
380. SAILOR’S DELIGHT
370. PLAYING WITH PLASTIC—
BRUNNER
TEMPLATES FOR BEGINNERS—LONGARM HANDS-ON
371. IS THERE REALLY LIFE AFTER STIPPLING? L. TAYLOR
(PROFESSIONAL LEVEL)
382. ZENTANGLES IN THE ROUND—ZENDALA
346. TURN YOUR CREATIVE PASSION INTO PROFIT GOLLETZ
BSS: 18.
BSS: 18.
BSS: 18; fine line water soluble marking pen.
348. CREATIVE COLLABORATIVE COLLAGE
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 13; 30. Fabric: one quart sz Ziploc
bag of fabric scraps and embellishments to share;
two FQs to share; a playful spirit; maybe even
your dancing shoes (opt).
349. JELLY ROLL JIVE
MARTIN
BSS: 3; 6; 11; 22; 23; 24 (min 8in x 12in); 25
(12in); 31. Bring range of lights, mediums, and
darks in the form of jelly roll strips (min eight
strips) OR min four to eight FQs OR Gyd of
four to eight fabrics.
372. SISTER TREES
ANDERSON
BSS: 6; 7; 8; 16; 23; 24 (med); 25 (12in); 30;
decorative rotary blade (opt).
373. “TIME FOR TEA” QUILT
BACON
374. HAND & MACHINE APPLIQUÉ
THE KAREN KAY BUCKLEY WAY
BUCKLEY
375. SHOW OFF YOUR FAT QUARTERS
CAFFREY
BSS: 3; 11; 22; 23; 24 (min 12in x 18in); 25 (see
supply list). Complete supply list will be posted on
www.debbiescreativemoments.com by September 15.
376. PIPING TRIPLE PLAY
CLEVELAND
BSS: 18.
BSS: 6; 10.
BSS: 4 (variegated works well); 5 (40wt variegated
works well); 6; 11; 22; 23 (sm); 24 (sm); 25
(sm); 31; 50ft cotton or cotton with polyester
core clothesline rope 3/16in to 7/32in wide (do
not bring 100% nylon or polyester); stiletto or
pointed tool. Fabric: fifteen or sixteen 1.25in x
WOF strips (batik or other tightly woven, jelly roll
strips split nicely). Using all one fabric or graduated colors, stitch strips together, sewing seams at
an angle and pressing open to reduce bulk.
PACKHAM
352. PAINTED SILK ROSES
BSS: 6.
RICKS
SORENSEN
BSS: 6; 7; 13; 18; 22; pencils for marking on
fabric; pencil sharpener. Refer to the “Workshop
Supplies” section at www.MaryAppliques.com for
more specific supply information. Fabric: ten
values of three colors in min 4in x 6in print pcs;
two green print scraps; wide variety (in scale and
print motif) of prints.
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OCTOBER 31 &
NOVEMBER 1
BSS: 18.
377. FABULOUS FABRIC BASKETS
BSS: 18.
N. SMITH
BSS: 18.
350. SHINY HAND EMBROIDERED EMBELLISHMENTS MUNIZ
351. THE ART OF ORGANIZATION
381. CRAFTING AN IDEAL DAY—
MOBERLY
MAKE MORE QUILTS & HAVE MORE FUN
383. SPECTACULAR BLOOMS—
SHADING FOR FLORAL APPLIQUÉ
AFTERNOON CLASSES
•
HALL
KINARD
MARTIN
BSS: 18.
BSS: 18.
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 15; 16; 22; 23 (sm); 24 (sm);
25 (sm); 31; thirty-six 8in sqs tracing paper for
foundations (an 8.5in x 11in pad of ordinary
tracing paper works well). Fabric: one set of jelly
roll strips for lap quilt (two for bed quilt); few
strips of varying widths (1.5in to 2in) from your
stash for a more interesting design.
LOVE
BSS: 9; 18; 23; 24 (9in x 12in); 25 (6in x 12in);
26 (18in x 36in). Fabric: twelve asst WOF strips
in each of the following szs: 1.5in, 2in, 2.5in,
and 3.5in. Coordinate your fabrics with the
theme posted on this site in September—
http://bit.ly/2013bentoparty
BSS: 1; 6; 11; 18; 23; 24 (8in x 12in); 25 (5in sq
or 5in x 12in). All students must e-mail instructor at marlene@123webmagic.com to choose kit
color: yellow, yellow/orange, orange, orange/
red, red, magenta, violet, indigo, blue, turquoise,
green, lime green, or black/white/grey.
347. JELLY ROLL STRINGS AND MORE
KINARD
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 22; 23; 24 (min 8in x 12in); 25
(min 12in); 31. Fabric: Lyd background; Gyd sm
star point; Gyd med star point; Gyd center star
point; FQ or .626yd setting triangle (opt). All
star points should contrast well with background.
BSS: 23; 24 (4in x 6in); 25 (4in sq).
345. FINDING YOUR CREATIVE VOICE
WITH COLLAGE
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SORENSEN
BSS: 6; 10; 11; 16; 18; 22; pencils for marking on
fabric; pencil sharpener. Refer to the “Workshop
Supplies” section at www.MaryAppliques.com for
more specific supply information.
BSS: 18.
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BSS: 18; 30; 32; one old pair of well cleaned
cloth or leather shoes.
BSS: 3; 11; 22; 23; 24 (min 12in x 18in); 25
(see supply list); 31. Supply list will be posted on
www.debbiescreativemoments.com by September 15.
CLEVELAND
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TWO-DAY CL ASS
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(LAT E SESSION)
400. WATERCOLOR TO QUILT
MASOPUST
BSS: 6; 7; 18 (#2 lead pencil); two or three 9in x
12in watercolor paper pads (140lb); four to six
11in x 15in cardboard or foam core board to tape
your watercolor paper to so it doesn’t curl (you
can cut up backs of lg drawing pads for this);
watercolors in cakes or tubes (tubes are better) in
your chosen color schemes; plastic permanent
palette or plastic plate for palette (if using tubes);
paint brushes (the larger, the better) sz 24 and sz
8 round and 1in and ½in flat min plus anything
you have and want to play with; rubber cement;
black India ink; kids’ bubbles with blower; fine
line Masquepen (to use as a resist); water container; sm spray bottle for water; full roll 1in
masking tape; cropper (mat frame cut at opposite
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corners to create two Ls); 0.01 Pigma pen; fabric
marking pencils like Prisma red, green, white;
foam core board for pin up wall; stapler and
staples; extra costs for acetate, template material
and stabilizer on an as-needed basis. Fabric:
selections in your chosen color scheme(s) and
also try to find fabrics that have a mixing of the
colors in your scheme to create the areas where
the paint mixes on the paper—batiks, hand-dyes,
mottled. You will paint the first day, choose
fabrics, cut, and staple to foam core the second
day. You will sew at home. The boards can be
folded to allow them to go home with you in
your suitcase.
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See 205 on Tuesday for supply list.
411. FABULOUS FUSIBLE FLOWER—BLUEBONNET BULA
See 207 on Tuesday for supply list.
412. UNDERCOVER IN HOUSTON XIV
CAFFREY
See 209 on Tuesday for supply list.
413. QUILT LINE AS THE THIRD DESIGN ASPECT CHATELAIN
Thursday
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ALL-DAY CLASSES
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(LATE SE SSION)
410. LET ME SURPRISE YOU!
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GLOVER
BSS: 6; 23; 24 (med); 25 (3in x 18in and 6in
sq). Fabric: total of twelve to sixteen FQs in three
or four color families you like together. Select
one color family that could be used in background blocks. Select some fabrics for varied
scale of designs or visual texture, others for subtle
patterns, and solid-like fabrics that blend or
provide contrast to the prints. Sm to med prints
work better than high contrast prints. Vary tones,
shades—very few lights, mostly meds and dks
within each color family. There is no need to
purchase fabrics to match a specific quilt. Feel
free to use leftovers and scraps. Press flat and
have a straight edge along fabric length. Do not
pre-cut strips.
See 113 on Monday for supply list.
OCTOBER 31
421. MORE QUILTS WITH GREAT EDGES
414. HALLOWEEN TRINKET BOX
LONGA RM CLASS
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ALL-DAY
402. TWIRLY WHIRLY FEATHERS
BSS: 6.
BRUNNER
BSS: 18 (sharp pencils); fine line water soluble
marking pen.
ALL -DAY CLASSES
•
(EARLY S ESSION)
403. BIRDS & BLOOMS IN TRADITIONAL APPLIQUÉ CARLSON
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 7; 10; 11; two 18in sqs rolled
freezer paper; fabric marker; paper clips or sm
stapler. Fabric: see website for complete quilt
fabric list. Choose one block from the following:
Double Oak Leaf: 20in sq background; 20in sq
for leaf wreath. Love Birds Wreath: 20.5 in sq
background; 20in sq dk green; 12in sq yellow
for birds. Leaf Wreathed Birds: 20.5in sq
background; 20in sq dk green; 15in sq yellow
for birds. Birds in Fauna Frame: 20.5in sq
background; 20in sq red. Center Coxcomb
Basket: 20in sq background; 12in sq for baskets;
four 8in sqs for coxcombs; four 5in sqs for
triangles; Nyd green.
404. FABULOUS FINISHES—
MORE BEAUTIFUL BINDINGS
See 227 on Tuesday for supply list.
FASSETT & LUCY
BSS: 23; 24 (min 12in x 18in); 25 (min 6in x
12in); 26 (min 42in x 72in); Shots and Stripes,
Fassett & Lucy (opt). Fabric: ½yd each of min
fifteen diff fabrics that harmonize well with each
other. Example: all Civil War prints or all shot
cottons in autumn shades or all polka dots in
bright colors.
416. AUTUMN LEAVES
HALL
NAYLOR
KANSIER
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 13; 16; 22; 30; 31;
pkg binding clips. Fabric: one 15in sq quilted
block for adding individual Prairie Points (quilt
to the edges of the block and trim the edges
even); four 1.25in x 18in strips to coordinate
with block; fifty 4in sqs for Prairie Points in
variety of colors and prints to coordinate with
block. Prior to class, accurately press these to
form a folded triangle (First, press corner to
corner diagonally to form a triangle, then press
folded corner to folded corner). Pin each folded
triangle with a straight pin to hold the pressed
folds in place.
FERRET
BSS: 4; 5; 6; 7; 11; 12; 14; 18; 23; 24 (min
18in); 25 (min 18in); 1yd MistyFuse or similar
bonding web; a selection of leaves (fresh or
dried); 25in sq batting. Fabric: 25in sq background; 25in sq backing; ½yd for binding; ¼yd
for contrasting binding insert; forty 6in sqs in
asst leaf colors.
417. FEATHERED STAR WITH SURPRISE
PIECED BORDER
FITZGERALD
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 23; 24 (12in sq); 25 (6in to
8in); 26 (30in sq). Fabric: four asst 22in x 18in;
one 22in x 18in background; two asst 22in x 18in
for border.
422. IMAGE-INSPIRED QUILTS—
USING EQ7 TO CREATE DIGITAL ART
KRANZ
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class;
power cord for laptop; external mouse; mouse
pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless; EQ7 user
manual (opt). Alternative: For students without
EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor (mekranz@gmail.com), the instructor will
provide EQ7 with limited time-use 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.
424. NO GIMMICKS DOUBLE WEDDING RING M. MICHELL
418. AUSTRALIAN BUSH QUILTS—
FORSTER
A UTILITY QUILT FROM “DOWN UNDER”
BSS: 3; 6; 11; 16; 17 (opt); 18; 22; 23 (sm); 24
(sm); 25 (sm); 31. Fabric: max 3yds total of
scraps, strips, gradated hand-dyes, batiks; or four
to six fabrics (light, med, dk) coordinated with a
focus fabric.
406. FREE-MOTION MACHINE QUILTING
BEYOND STITCHING
415. OVERLAPPING TILES
FROST
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11; 30; 31.
405. PERFECT PINEAPPLES PLUS
CRAIG
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11; 23 (45mm); 24 (18in x 24in);
25 (6in x 24in); 26 (64in x 70in). Fabric: ½yd
each of eleven coordinating prints to be pre-cut
into 12.5in x 14in rectangles (three from each
fabric) or thirty-three 12.5in x 14in rectangles
from asst prints; 1yd coordinating fabric for
frame and binding.
419. FLYING COLORS SAMPLER QUILT
GARBER
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 9; 11; 15; 16; 23; 24 (12in x 18in);
25 (18in); 31; freezer paper; 4in sq ruler; AddA-Quarter ruler.
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BSS: 22; 23; 24 (18in x 24in); fine tip water
erasable marking pen (opt). Fabric for a ninering single fabric arc Double Wedding Ring
wallhanging: 1.25yds background (centers and
melons); 1.375yds for single fabric arcs; two ¼yd
pcs for Four Patch corners.
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NADELSTERN
BSS: 6; 7; 11; 15; 18; 22; 23 (28mm); 24 (12in
x 18in); 25 (12in); 31; black sewing machine
thread. Fabric A is provided in kit. Fabric B: six
diff ¼yd pcs of luminous, allover prints (not true
solids but reads-like-solids) that contrast sharply
with Fabric A like brights, wacky stripes, or dots
(avail for sale in class). Fabric C: two diff ½yd pcs
of saturated dk or black reads-like-a-solid
allovers for background (avail for sale in class).
426. NAVIGATION—
CHARTING A COURSE FOR YOUR SOUL
RILEY
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HAND APPLIQUÉ
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BUCKLEY
BSS: 6; 7; 10; 11; 16; 22; 27; tape (any kind);
emery board; fabric markers to mark around
templates on back of fabric. Fabric: 12in sq
white for background; five shades of blue scraps;
¼yd or FQs of four greens, two pinks, and
three gold/oranges.
434. FROM SKETCH TO STITCH WITH
INKTENSE PENCILS
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MARTIN
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 7; 10; 11; 12; 15; 16; min six 12in
sqs freezer paper; fabric marking pencils/pens
that will show on your appliqué fabric; 12.5in sq
fusible web (opt for fused option); embroidery
floss (opt); lg eyed needle (opt). Fabric (prewashed): one 13in sq appliqué fabric; one 13in sq
background for each block.
443. SILK RIBBON FLORAL
MONTANO
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 13; 15; 16; 18; 21;
22; 30; Chako marker or white pencil, water
erasable pen.
BSS: 18; few paper towels; sm container to
hold water.
BSS: 18.
427. WILD WOMEN DON’T GET THE BLUES
STONE
BSS: 3; 4; 6; 7; 11; 22; 23; 24; 25; 28. Fabric:
bring what you love and want to work with, your
shopping bag from the show, or perhaps a
“starting place” piece that interprets the title.
428. BATIK FEATHERS
D. THOMAS
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 16; 18; 22; 23 (45mm or 60mm);
24 (12in x 18in); 25 (6in x 12in); 27; 31; Omnigrip On Point ruler; 6in Bias Sq ruler or 6in sq
Omnigrid/grip ruler with diagonal line.
LONGA RM CLASS
•
MORNING SESSION
BSS: 18.
MORNING CL ASS
•
(EARLY SESSION)
BSS: 18.
BSS: 6; 11; 31; needles for machine quilting
(90/14 Metafil).
432. ENTER THE MATRIX—
WITH HQ SWEET SIXTEEN
CRUST
DANIEL
BSS: 3; 6; 11; 18; 22; 23; 24 (18in x 24in); 25
(6in x 12in); 26 (36in sq); 31. Fabric for body of
quilt only: twenty-six 4.5in sqs of conversation
prints to exchange; ten 4.5in sqs bright solid
colors; ¾yd for sashing technique; ¼yd for
accent border plus ¾yd for second border (opt).
HELLABY
BSS: 3; 6; 8; 11; 22; 23 (med); 24 (12in x 17in);
25 (6in x 18in and 9in sq); 31; fabric marking
pencil/pen. Fabric: 1yd background; selection of
FQs to play with.
T. & M. HUSKAMP
BSS: 18; 32; plastic gloves; roll of parchment
paper; roll of paper towels; sm spray bottle.
ENDO
D. BROWN
444. WOOL FELT APPLIQUÉ
445. V S AND VALLEYS IN HAND APPLIQUÉ
KINARD
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 7; 18; 32; 8in x 10in plexi glass or
smooth plastic cutting board (cheap, flexible
ones from a Dollar Store); masking tape; metal
spoon; Citra-solv non-toxic orange based solvent
(the strong orange smell does affect some
students with asthma).
SORENSEN
BSS: 6; 8; 10; 11; 16; 18; 22; fabric marking
pencil; pencil sharpener. Refer to the “Workshop
Supplies” section at www.MaryAppliques.com for
more specific supply information.
446. TSUKINEKO INK BASICS
SOUDER
BSS: 18; 30; 32; Grip ‘N Grip (opt and avail for
sale in class). Fabric: ¼yd to ½yd scrap muslin;
min five 10in to 12in cotton sqs in white or
light colors.
447. PHOTOSHOP FOR QUILTERS
D. TAYLOR
BSS: 18.
448. HEXAGON BLOCKS FOR A CUSTOM SET
LAYOUT IN EQ7
VLACK
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class;
power cord for laptop; external mouse; mouse
pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless; EQ7 user
manual (opt). Alternative: For students without
EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor (barb@barbvlack.com), the instructor will
provide EQ7 with limited time-use 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.
449. HAND QUILTING
440. PHOTOS ON FABRIC
REGONE
BSS: 18.
BSS: 6; 7; 18; 22; 2yds freezer paper; masking
tape; rag; 1in foam brush; apron (opt); fancy
edge paper scissors (opt); stencils (opt); rubber
stamps (opt). Fabric: four to six FQs for experimentation (pre-washed or PFD is best) with
some dk and light solids and some with a little
visual texture.
439. PATINA FAT QUARTERS
MORNING CL ASSES
•
(LATE SESSION)
431. QUILTED AND EMBELLISHED ART—
FUN! FREE-MOTION!
436. FANTASTIC FABRIC FOILING
438. EXPLODING PINEAPPLES
JOHNSTON
CORY
BSS: 6; 18; ruler; camera; Ott light for extra
illumination (opt).
437. QUICK PEEK-A-BOO QUILT
(SHOP & QUILT GUILD FUN)
429. FEARLESS BEGINNINGS TO FREE-MOTION CLARKE
QUILTING—LONGARM HANDS-ON
430. MORE LOW-WATER DYE TECHNIQUES
FROM ANN JOHNSTON
435. INTRODUCTION TO CONTEMPORARY
CRAZY QUILTING
WALTER
BSS: 2; 5 (hand); 9; 10; 16; min 8in hoop;
metal or leather thimble with concave top; 18in
sq lightweight polyester batting (prefer Polyfil).
Fabric: two 18in sqs white cotton.
LONGARM CLASS
•
AF TERNOON SESSION
BSS: 9.
441. MAKE YOUR OWN MODERN QR BARCODE QUILT LOVE
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 18; nine quart sz Ziplocs.
470. SIDE-TO-SIDE AND FREEHAND
CLARKE
BACKGROUND DESIGNS—LONGARM HANDS-ON
BSS: 18.
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AFTERNOON CLASSES
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471. FACE YOUR FEAR OF FEATHERS—
WITH HQ SWEET SIXTEEN
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472. GARDEN MEDLEY—HAND APPLIQUÉ
BUCKLEY
BSS: 6; 7; 10; 11; 13; 16; 22; 27; 28; fabric
marker to trace around templates on back of fabric.
473. THE OLD FASHIONED FOLDED LOG CABIN
CORY
BSS: 6; 18; Ott light for extra illumination (opt).
474. PAINT STICK MAGIC
CRUST
BSS: 6; 7; 18; 29; 32 (opt); 2yds freezer paper;
three stencil brushes (inexpensive sm/med firm
ones); masking tape; paper plate; fancy edge
paper scissors (opt); stencils (opt). Fabric: four
to six FQs for experimentation (pre-washed or
PFD is best) with some dk and light solids and
some with a little visual texture.
475. SPECTACULAR SCRAP QUILTS—EVERYTIME DANIEL
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MONTANO
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 13; 15; 16; 18; 21;
22; 30; Chako marker or white pencil; water
erasable pen.
482. PAINTED QUILT BLOCK
BSS: 9.
T
MURRAY
BSS: 7; 22; 32. Fabric: ½yd black cotton; two
¼yd pcs or FQs of cotton in bright, solid colors
which clearly contrast with each other (examples:
red, turquoise, fuschia, gold, orange, etc).
483. JUST A LITTLE BIT—
HAND APPLIQUÉ BASICS
BSS: 6; 9; 11; 16; 18; 22; 23 (45mm); 24 (11in
x 17in); 25 (8.5in x 12in).
BSS: 6; 10; 11; 16; 18; 22; max 4in to 6in
embroidery hoop. Refer to the “Workshop
Supplies” section at www.MaryAppliques.com
for more specific supply information.
HELLABY
BSS: 4; 6; 8; 11; 22; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25
(med and 9in sq); 31; fabric marking pen.
Fabric: 2yds light 100% cotton; ¼yd for center
diamond; ¾yd or three FQs of each color—pink,
blue, green, yellow.
478. CACTUS TREE
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JOHNSTON
LAYERS OF RAW-EDGE MACHINE APPLIQUÉ
BSS: 4; 6 (appliqué); 7; 11; 15; 16; 19; 21; 23;
24 (18in x 24in); 25 (3in x 18in); 26 (approx
48in x 72in); 30; 31; chalk pencils (light and dk
for fabric); machine needles. Fabric: enough to
cut at least twenty 12in sqs with min four of each
value light, med, med dk, and dk. Solids only.
ALL-DAY CLASSES
•
(LATE SE SSION)
505. MACHINE QUILT GEOMETRIC DESIGNS ANDERSEN
WITHOUT MARKING
506. SURPRISE YOURSELF!
SOUDER
SVATEK
ANGOTTI & CAFFREY
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25 (min
4in x 12in); 31. Complete supply list will be
posted on www.debbiescreativemoments.com
BSS: 18.
486. CREATIVE AND INSPIRING BORDERS
AND BINDINGS
WALLACE
507. SANTA’S SECRET IN INK
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 22; 31.
ENDO
BSS: 6; 11; 31; needles for machine quilting and
metallic threads (90/14 Metafil).
BLAIR
BSS: 6; 7; 18; 30; painter’s tape; few paper towels;
any fabric inks or markers you already own and
wish to bring. Fabric: one white solid FQ.
508. FABULOUS FUSIBLE FLOWER—ZINNIA
BULA
See 112 on Monday for supply list.
Friday
509. PAINTING IMAGES WITH DYES
NOVEMBER 1
LONGARM CLASS
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ALL-DAY
501. QUILTING INSIDE THE LINES—
LONGARM HANDS-ON
510. THREAD TOPPINGS
CLARKE
BSS: 18.
ALL-DAY CLASSES
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(EARLY SESSION)
502. TEXAS LONE STAR
CHATELAIN
See 210 on Tuesday for supply list.
FROST
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 23 (45mm); 24 (12in x 18in);
25 (6in x 12in); 31. Fabric: Kyd each of three
prints—lighter to darker; ½yd background; Jyd
each red and white (blue fabric with star is in kit).
CRUST
BSS: 9; 18; 22; 30; machine needles—90/14
Embroidery, 80/12 Metafil/Metallic, and 100/16
Topstitch; one spool each (any color) of 100%
cotton regular sewing thread, machine embroidery thread, rayon thread, lightweight metallic
thread, and flat film polyester thread (Superior
Threads Glitter or Sulky Holoshimmer); med
gray nylon or polyester bobbin thread (Superior
The Bottom Line or Mettler Metrolene); yarn or
braid for couching; sz 1 safety pins (1in long,
“bent” pins work best); lg eyed hand needle (for
hiding ends of thread); four 14in to 16in sqs batting of at least 80% cotton (preferred) or low loft
polyester. Fabric: eight 14in to 16in sqs muslin.
511. SHADOW BOX BLOCKS
480. GO! HOME!
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BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 22; 23; 24 (min 8in x 12in);
25 (min 12in); 31.
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQStitch installed, activated, and validated prior to coming
to class; power cord for laptop; external mouse;
mouse pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless;
EQ7 user manual (opt). Alternative: For students without EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor (ycjm@shaw.ca), 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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BSS: 18. Bring a list, pictures, examples, or ideas of
what you’d like to include in your memory quilt.
484. DESIGN YOUR OWN MEMORY QUILT
MARTIN
479. BEGINNING DIGITIZING WITH EQSTITCH MENEAR
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BSS: 5 (full spool contrasting); 6; 7; 18; 25 (12in
or 18in with 60º angle); 28; 31; 1in wide blue
painter’s tape. Fabric: eight 10.5in sq quilt sandwiches prepared for quilting (solid color fabric
for top and back, white recommended, with
lightweight cotton or wool batting hand basted in
4in grid or spray basted).
487. ART OF COLLAGE
477. PINWHEEL TABLE RUNNER
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SORENSEN
BSS: 6; 7; 13; 18; 22; new box of twenty-four crayons.
476. SUPER NOVA—GIVE AND TAKE APPLIQUÉ GREIG
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DANIEL
BSS: 3; 6; 11; 18; 22; 23; 24 (18in x 24in); 25
(6in x 12in); 26 (36in sq); 31. Fabric: six very dk
3.5in x WOF strips; eight asst med bright 3.5in x
WOF strips; four light 3.5in x WOF strips; 1yd
light; 1yd med; three to four FQs.
S. MICHELL
BSS: 6; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25; 30.
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BSS: 5; 6; 11; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (med); 31;
40wt polyester thread; metallic threads; yarn;
cord; ribbon; quilting gloves; ½yd batting. Fabric:
1yd black soft tulle (avail for sale in class); ½yd
black solid cotton; ½yd backing; scraps of solids,
prints, and stripes in diff values and textures.
513. LOG CABIN PATCHWORK HOUSES
GLOVER
BSS: 6; 11; 23; 24 (med); 25 (3in x 18in and
6in sq). Fabric: total of sixteen to twenty FQs in
pleasing colors to comprise your village or
houses—colorful or subtle, solid or printed, or
combination of both. Keep the scale of prints sm
and more geometric than floral. Fine stripes,
checks, and dots work better than grandiose
flowers. Contrast within the fabrics will enable
you to “show off” the roofs, windows, and doors.
You will see quilts made with diff strip widths or
blocks with multiwidth strips. Wait until class to
select strip widths. Press fabrics flat, ready to
audition and select.
514. FREE-MOTION STUDIO
GREIG
BSS: 6; 9; 12 (1 dozen); 18; 21; 22; blue and
cream 50wt thread; invisible thread (YLI, Monopoly, or Sulky); 80/12 Universal and 90/14
Topstitch needles; blue wash-out fabric marker;
45in x 36in plus one 18in sq low loft batting
(Hobbs Heirloom, Warm and Natural, Pellon
Legacy recommended). Fabric: 2yds white quilting
cotton; ½yd black quilting cotton.
515. GEESE IN A STORM
HELLABY
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 8; 10; 11; 22; 23 (med); 24 (17in x
24in); 25 (6in x 24in and 6in sq); 31; snowflake
buttons (opt). Fabric: 2yds blue 100% cotton for
background; ½yd each of four 100% cotton
white/cream fabrics for Geese.
516. JACARANDA TREE
HOLLAND
BSS: 3; 6; 12; 16; 23; 24 (20in x 12in); 25 (24in
x 6.5in); 20in sq fusible web or Wonder Under;
one spool brown 40wt or 50wt cotton thread;
one spool YLI smoke monofilament; pkg 70/10
sharp sewing machine needles; 20in sq thin
cotton batting. Fabric: one light colored FQ for
background; 12in sq for tree trunk; ½yd for first
border and binding; 20in sq for backing.
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525. FANCY FEATHERS—
NICKELS
FREE-MOTION MACHINE QUILTING TECHNIQUES
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class;
power cord for laptop; external mouse; mouse
pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless; EQ7 user
manual (opt). Alternative: For students without
EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor (mekranz@gmail.com), the instructor will
provide EQ7 with limited time-use 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.
BSS: 1 (hand); 6 or 9; 12 (sixty sz 1); 22; 80/12
and 70/10 Schmetz Microtex sharp machine
needles; cotton thread in neutral colors of offwhite, tan, gold, and gray (Superior Masterpiece
50/3, Aurifil 50/2, or Mettler 60/2 are nice
for fancy feathers); 100wt silk thread (YLI or Superior Kimono silk) in same colors mentioned
above (opt); marking pencil (Quilters Choice
silver recommended); rubber gloves (kitchen
dishwashing gloves, one sz smaller than usual);
sm cushion for extra height (opt); six 12in sqs
cotton, cotton blend, or wool batting. Fabric:
twelve 12in sqs muslin.
520. STAR STRUCK BED/TABLE RUNNER
FITZGERALD
BSS: 3; 11; 23; 24 (11in x 17in); 25 (8in x 12in);
26 (30in sq); 31. Fabric: 18in x 22in feature
print; twelve 3in x 40in strips that coordinate
with feature print (variety of fabrics); 18in x 22in
harmonizing print; 1yd background.
521. PIZZA SLICE QUILT
MASHUTA
BSS: 7; 11 (box); 13; 21; 22; 23 (med); 24
(med); 25 (med); 26 (1.5yds). Fabric (three sets
or categories of fabric—plan for at least nine
blocks): selection of 8.5in x 6in scraps that follow
a theme (ex: florals, large stripes) for lg “show off”
triangles; min two FQs (or 5in x 9in scraps) to
alternate for background for lg triangle (need to
be supportive or relate to each other by color or
type of fabric); min two FQs (or 5in x 8in scraps)
to alternate of same type of print (dots, stripes, or
solids) for two-color border for triangle block;
border and corner fabrics (opt).
522. HAWAII FOR A DAY
S. MICHELL
BSS: 6; 22; 30. Fabric: two high contrast colored
(dk and light) 40in to 45in sqs pre-washed fabric.
The traditional style was two solid colors, one bold
for the appliqué and a white or off-white for the
background. Busy, bold prints not recommended.
Mottled, faux-dyed, or hand-dyed are great.
523. THE iPAD ADVENTURE—
MONDAY
ART, ORGANIZING, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND MORE
FOR QUILTERS AND MIXED-MEDIA ARTISTS
BSS: 18; iPad or other tablet (opt).
524. FASCINATING FASCINATOR HATS!
HORTON
BSS: 6; 7; 11; 18; 29; 30; 32.
518. QUILTS WITH GREAT EDGES
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MODERN DESIGN USING EQ7
BSS: 6; 10; 21.
517. SURFACE DESIGN POTPOURRI
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526. TSUKINEKO ALL PURPOSE INKS
527. EXPLORING COMPUTERIZED MACHINE
EMBROIDERY WITH SILK
528. DECORATIVE STITCH APPLIQUÉ
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S. SMITH
BSS: 6; 7; 11; 12; 18; 22; 23 (18mm, opt); 24;
31; lots of thread; MistyFuse or Wonder Under;
18in sq tear away stabilizer or freezer paper.
Fabric: 21in sq solid look for background to do
sixteen leaves or 16in sq background to do nine
leaves; one FQ (or asst scraps) for leaves; 6in sq
for stems; 6in x 9in scrap solid for practice
stitch-outs.
529. THE SIX HOUR SEMINAR
TIMS
BSS: 18.
530. INTRODUCING DESIGNING WITH EQ7
VLACK
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class;
power cord for laptop; external mouse; mouse
pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless; EQ7 user
manual (opt). Alternative: For students without
EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor (barb@barbvlack.com), the instructor will
provide EQ7 with limited time-use 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.
BSS: 6; 7; 9; 11; 22; 28; 31.
See 323 on Wednesday for supply list.
SHAW
BSS: 6; 11; 18.
531. SPIN AROUND NEW YORK
KANSIER
PEREZ
BSS: 16; 30; 32; several sm round tip and flat
synthetic bristle paint brushes; paint tray;
container for rinse water.
WALLACE
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561. MY TRUE LOVE GAVE TO ME
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573. SHIMMERING LEAVES
536. FABULOUS FABRIC BASKETS
HALL
C. BROWN
MORNING CLASSES
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564. THINK BIG IN SMALL SPACES—
WITH HQ SWEET SIXTEEN
D. BROWN
537. FRIEDA’S FUN, FAST FREE-MOTION F. ANDERSON
QUILTING
BSS: 9.
BSS: 6; two colors cotton thread. Fabric: eight 15in
sq plain muslin or light colored quilt sandwiches.
565. SERPENTINE VINES AND FEATHER
BORDERS FOR EVERYONE!
538. FUN AND FROLIC WITH SILK SCARVES
BACKMAN
BSS: 7; 13; 14 (non-slick plastic); 15; 16; 25 (6in
x 24in); 30; compass; lg block or quilt top ready
for border for advice and design help (opt).
MONTANO
566. T-SHIRT QUILT JUMPSTART!
BSS: 6; 18; 32.
539. SEAWEED, CORAL, ANEMONES,
AND JELLYFISH
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 13; 15; 16; 18; 21;
22; 30; Chako marker or white pencil; water
erasable pen.
CARLSON
STONE
BSS: 9.
HALLOCK
BSS: 7; 15; 16; calculator; quilt studio room dimensions; furniture dimensions; fabric volume
worksheet (see www.clearview-designs.com);
photographs (opt).
542. SHORT AND “SWEET” QUILTING
D. TAYLOR
THREAD TIPS—WITH HQ SWEET SIXTEEN
569. FABRIC PATINAS—
T. & M. HUSKAMP
A SWATCHBOOK OF TECHNIQUES
BSS: 9; fabric marking pencil.
BSS: 6; 18 (ink pen for notes); 32; plastic gloves;
2yds wax paper; roll of paper towels.
D. THOMAS
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 16; 18; 22; 23 (45mm or 60mm);
24 (12in x 18in); 25 (6in x 12in); 31; Omnigrip
On Point ruler.
LONGA RM CLASS
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AF TERNOON SESSION
560. FREE-MOTION ALLOVER DESIGNS
PATTEN
FOR THE TRUE BEGINNER—LONGARM HANDS-ON
BSS: 18.
EVENING CLASSES
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567. JELLY ROLL STRINGS AND MORE
HALL
570. TREES, SHRUBS, AND GRASSES
WITH STITCHERY
MONTANO
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 13; 15; 16; 18; 21;
22; 30; Chako marker or white pencil; water
erasable pen.
571. PIPING & BINDING
NAYLOR
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 8; 11; 12; 15; 16; 18; 22; 23 (45mm);
24 (med); 25 (min 12in); Quilter’s 1in x 6in ruler
essential; min 6.5in sq or Quilter’s triangle.
Fabric: two min 12in x 18in quilt sandwiches with
low loft batting; two FQs.
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WALLEN
BSS: 18; doodle pad.
607. FREE-MOTION FREE-FOR-ALL—
WITH HQ SWEET SIXTEEN
BSS: 3; 6; 22; 23; 24; 25; offset tweezers (opt);
min one shiny or sparkly decorative thread (like
King Tut).
543. SPLIT GEESE
606. MYSTICAL GRIDS AND PAISLEYS—
LONGARM HANDS-ON
BSS: 18; any T-shirt you might have a question
about (opt).
568. REDESIGN & REORGANIZE
YOUR CREATIVE SPACE
541. WINDSOR GARDENS
605. STIPPLE NO MORE—
CAVANAUGH
BACKGROUNDS GALORE—LONGARM HANDS-ON
D E LEONARDIS
REGONE
See 444 on Thursday morning for supply list.
LONGARM CLASSES
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NIGHT SESSION
BSS: 18.
See 347 on Wednesday morning for supply list.
540. WOOL FELT APPLIQUÉ
H. THOMAS
BSS: 9; 10; 32.
BSS: 1; 3 (heavy); 6; 8; 11 (long); 18; 32; twist
ties; variety of Gin to Lin buttons; clean
Ziploc bags.
See 371 on Wednesday afternoon for supply list.
D. THOMAS
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 16; 18; 22; 23 (45mm or 60mm);
24 (12in x 18in); 25 (6in x 12in); 27; 31.
574. DYE PAINTED SILK SCARVES
563. RIBBONS TO DYE FOR
STONE
BACON
BSS: 18; 21; quilt design or picture image you
are considering that can be included in a group
discussion (opt).
MORNING CLASS
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BSS: 18; camera (phone). Fabric: any asst of max
½yd pcs from other classes or your shopping bag
from the show. Include something you especially
love or something you consider too good to cut!
BSS: 18.
562. WORKING THUMBNAIL TO GRAND SCALE
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AFTERNOON CLASSES
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PATTEN
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608. THE 3 B S —BORDERS, BATTING,
AND BINDING FOR BEGINNERS
D. BROWN
BURTON
See 242 on Tuesday morning for supply list.
609. PAPER DOLLS, SNOWFLAKES,
AND SCHERENSCHNITTE
CARLSON
BSS: 7 (sm and sharp); 15; 16; compass; ten
sheets of 18in sq rolled freezer paper (do not
crease); min 12in ruler; sm paper clips or stapler.
610. SUPER FAST BINDING & PIPING
CRUST
BSS: 9; 11; 18; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (med);
31; thread to match back of quilted sq and
piping fabrics. Fabric: 10in x 18in quilted piece
(nothing fancy); one FQ each for binding fabric
and contrasting piping fabric.
611. SLICE ‘EM & DICE ‘EM—STAR MEDALLION DANIEL
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11; 18; 22; 23; 24 (18in x 24in);
25 (6in x 12in); 26 (36in sq); 31. Fabric for
piecing: ½yd for background; two dk 4in sqs;
two bright 4in sqs; ¼yd each of two coordinating
fabrics for stars.
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BSS: 4; 6; 11; 22; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25 (4in
x 14in); 31. Fabric: coordinated asst of eight to
twelve cotton fabrics (some busy, some plain) to
total min 3yds for stars; 2yds of strong contrast
to star fabrics (such as black, or solid, or toneon-tone) for background.
613. FREE-MOTION MACHINE QUILTING
FOR BEGINNERS
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710. MACHINE QUILTING FOR BEGINNERS
BSS: 6; 11 (silk).
BSS: 5; 9; 18. Fabric: 1yd pre-basted quilt sandwich.
625. ATTIC WINDOWS
WALTER
BSS: 3; 6; 11; 16; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (6in x
24in and 12in sq ruler [opt]). Fabric: 1yd fabric
with pictures or one lg picture panel for window;
two ½yd pcs contrasting colors for sashing; ½yd
another color for lattice (opt).
BSS: 5; 9; 18; various marking tools—chalk
pencil, wash-out pen, vanishing pen or similar.
Fabric: 1yd pre-basted quilt sandwich.
Saturday
NOVEMBER 2
ALL-DAY CLASS
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(EARLY SESSION)
614. DENIMANIA—CREATING WITH BLUE JEANS GLOVER
BSS: 18. Instructor will provide project instructions, block drawing, and pattern grids. Bring an
idea, project, or learning experience you have
gained while creating with blue jeans (opt).
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NAYLOR
711. ENGAGED—A POLYGON AFFAIR
FERRET
FITZGERALD
BSS: 6; 11; 22; 23; 24 (12in sq); 25 (6in x 18in);
26 (30in sq); 31. Fabric: approx twenty asst 3in x
40in strips; 1.5yds for pyramids; 2yds background.
712. COMBINE LOG CABIN & PATCHWORK
GLOVER
BSS: 6; 11; 23; 24 (med); 25 (3in x 18in and
6in sq). Fabric: fourteen to sixteen FQs in three
or four color families you like together. Select
some for varied scale of designs or visual texture,
others for subtle patterns, and solids that blend
or provide contrast. Vary tones and shades—some
lights, but more meds and dks within each color
family. Instructor does not recommend pre-cutting strips. Note: there is no need to purchase
fabric specifically for this class.
See 328 on Wednesday for supply list.
615. STARRY PATH
HALL
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 15; 16; 22; 23 (sm); 24 (sm); 25
(sm); 31. Fabric: ½yd each of four fabrics (prints,
solids, or stripes) that work well together in at least
two shades of one color; ½yd background.
616. ITTY BITTY COLLAGED TAG NECKLACE
HERBORT
BSS: 1; 7; one or two tiny embellishments like
button, charm, or special postage stamp (opt).
617. FREEFORM EMBROIDERY STITCHES
MONTANO
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 13; 15; 16; 18; 21;
22; 30; Chako marker or white pencil; water
erasable pen.
618. PRECISION PIECING
NAYLOR
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 8; 11; 15; 16; 18; 22; 23 (45mm);
24 (med); 25 (min 12in); Quilter’s 6.5in Sq
essential. Fabric: four FQs—one print, one light,
one med, and one dk.
713. FUN FABRIC POSTCARDS
LONGARM CLASSES
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MORNING SESSION
702. MACHINE QUILTING SKILLS
CAVANAUGH
FOR NEWBIES—PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT—
LONGARM HANDS-ON
703. BLOCK TO BLOCK CUSTOM QUILTING
CLARKE
(PROFESSIONAL LEVEL)—LONGARM HANDS-ON
BSS: 18.
ALL-DAY CLASSES
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(LATE SE SSION)
705. LET ME SURPRISE YOU!
ANGOTTI
See 205 on Tuesday for supply list.
706. PAINTING WITH INKS
619. MACHINE QUILTING FOR NOVICES
PLISGA
BSS: 18.
620. SCRAPPY ZAPPY DO
621. “I DON’T KNIT” SILK RIBBON SCARF
RICKS
BSS: 6.
622. BOBBIN PLAY CHRISTMAS ART
BLAIR
BSS: 6; 7; 18; 30; sm amount painter’s tape; few
paper towels; inks and fabric markers you already
own and wish to bring. Fabric: one white scrap FQ.
RAYMENT
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11; 18; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 17in); 25
(12in); 30; 31; invisible/nylon filament thread.
SCHARF
707. EMBROIDERED WITH LOVE
BSS: 1 (cotton darners and embroidery); 4; 6;
7; 8; 11; 22; ½yd lightweight iron-on interfacing; 1.5yds craft batting; three colors #8 perle
cotton; three colors cotton floss; variety of
charms and buttons; Thread Heaven; Tacky
Glue. Fabric: three colors of felt squares; 10in sq
muslin backed with interfacing.
708. INDIGO IN THE 21ST CENTURY
DOLCE
BSS: 1; 6; 18; 31; 32; rubber gloves.
BSS: 8; 10; 18; 27.
709. SILK FIBER ELEGANCE—CHERRY BLOSSOMS ENDO
BSS: 6; 11; 22; 23; 24 (sm); 28; 31; 32.
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HOLLAND
BSS: 3; 6; 12 (ten for basting); 16; 23; 24 (12in
x 20in); 25 (24in x 6.5in); Teflon appliqué mat
or Glad Bake; spool 50wt black thread; pkg
Microtex needles; masking tape; portable light
box (opt); 1yd sq thin cotton batting. Fabric: 1yd
light cream fabric (must be see-through for
tracing image); 1yd backing.
715. FIFTY SHADES OF GROOVY
JENISON
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11; 23; 24 (min 11in x 17in); 25
(min 14in); 26 (crib sz batt or felt). Fabric: one
Charm Pack or Layer Cake stack—no solids
please—(twenty to forty cuts between 5in and
12in) which students may purchase or cut on
their own. Select bold graphic prints which can
include addnl colors. How much color you use
will influence the finished look of the quilt.
Select prints that will coordinate well with grays!
C. BROWN
BSS: 6; 18.
623. REVERSE & CUTWORK APPLIQUÉ TECHNIQUES STONE
BSS: 4; 6; 7; 11; 18; 23; 24 (sm); 25 (sm); 1yd
Wonder Under type fusible web; chalk marker.
Fabric: one FQ med to lg scale novelty print;
fabric and trim scraps (any type) at least 7in long
including “landscape” ones.
714. THE AMAZING ALPHABET—
FROM ILLUSTRATION TO QUILT
BSS: 18.
HERBORT
716. LAZY DAISY REVERSIBLE TABLE TOPPER
LYON
BSS: 6 (sharp, sturdy, short scissors for cutwork); 9; 18; 22; blue wash-out marker; two
spools quality thread (Aurifil 50wt or Superior
Master Piece or Rainbow preferred); sz 90 Topstitch needle. Fabric: two diff 30in x WOF pcs
solid or near solid quality cotton. Before class:
use a two-sided light weight fusible product
(MistyFuse, Pellon), to fuse the two fabrics
together, right sides out.
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BSS: 7; 9; 10; 12 (for basting); 22; 23 (med); 24
(med); 25 (med); ½yd batting (Dream Cotton
Request or Warm and Natural); 50wt cotton
thread for bobbin; 30wt thread for top of machine (Aurifil #12 Mako Cotton on red spool or
YLI Jeans Stitch—some avail in class); 18in
freezer paper or colored shelf Contact paper
with gridded backing paper; four pcs 8.5in x 11in
paper; painter’s or masking tape; sz 100/16 Topstitch Needle (avail in class); Foolproof Machine
Quilting, C&T (avail in class and strongly recommended as we will be referring to it); quilt top
for discussion (opt). Fabric: 1yd plain or lightly
patterned; one simple Nine Patch block made
from nine 3.5in sqs (press all seams open).
718. FREEFORM CRAZY QUILT POUCH
WITH FUSCHIA FLOWER DANGLES
MONTANO
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 13; 15; 16; 18; 21;
22; 30; Chako marker or white pencil; water
erasable pen.
719. TUCKED & EMBELLISHED CIRCLES
RAYMENT
BSS: 6; 7; 9; 11; 15; 16; 22; 31; cream/ecru
sewing thread; variegated or multi-color sewing
thread; 12in to 18in ruler.
720. SIMPLE MACHINE APPLIQUÉ
D. TAYLOR
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 16; 22; polyester or nylon
monofilament thread.
721. FIBER ART PARTY IN A BOX
H. THOMAS
BSS: 1 (embroidery); 4; 5 (to match fabric); 6;
10; 11 (silk); 13; 18; 23 (sm); 24 (sm); 25 (sm);
½yd thin natural batting. Fabric: ½yd solid or
mottled to coordinate with one of the following
colorways—warm, cool, neutral, or polychromatic.
722. WILD GOOSE CHASE
WALLACE
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11; 22; 23; 24; 25; 31. Fabric: one
hundred twelve 5in sqs for background; fifty-six
5in sqs for Geese; 1yd sashing; 2yds for border
and binding cut into seven strips 6.5in x WOF
and seven strips 2.25in x WOF.
MORNING CLASSES
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725. TWIN-NEEDLE MAGIC!
CREATE A VALUABLE SAMPLE NOTEBOOK!
AHLES
BSS: 6; 18 (pen only).
726. PORTRAIT PATTERN DRAWING—
WATCH AND LEARN
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APPLIQUÉ FOR BEGINNERS
F
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BSS: 18.
728. SHOW OFF YOUR FAT QUARTERS
CAFFREY
See 375 on Wednesday afternoon for supply list.
729. SPECTACULAR SCRAP QUILTS—EVERYTIME DANIEL
See 475 on Thursday afternoon for supply list.
730. CRAZY NINES
FAIRES
BSS: 4; 6; 11; 22; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25 (4in
x 14in); 26 (36in sq); 31. Fabric: nine diff 10in
sqs for blocks; pre-cut total of 11yds of 1in wide
strips of a solid color to contrast with the block
fabrics for insert strips in blocks; pre-cut eight
36in x 1.5in strips from same or diff color as
insert strips to contrast with block fabrics for
sashing; four 3.5in x 40in strips for outer
border (opt and can be added later).
731. HOW TO BE SOCIALLY (MEDIA) ACTIVE
AND STILL HAVE TIME TO QUILT
FINGAL
BSS: 6; 11; 18.
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MENEAR
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQStitch installed, activated, and validated prior to coming
to class; power cord for laptop; external mouse;
mouse pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless;
EQ7 user manual (opt). Alternative: For students without EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor (ycjm@shaw.ca), 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.
736. HEAVY METAL PLAY DAY
PEREZ
BSS: 18.
737. GLORIOUS GRIDS AND FILLERS—
WITH HQ SWEET SIXTEEN
PERKES
BSS: 18.
738. NINE PATCH TABLE RUNNER
ROMANO
BSS: 18.
739. LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT
732. FOLDED STAR PILLOW
HELLABY
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 10; 11; 22; 31; fabric marking pen
or pencil. Fabric (pre-cut and ready for class):
four 6.5in sqs and one 13in sq for center star;
eight 6.5in sqs each for Fabric #1 and #2; four
6.5in sqs and four 8.5in sqs for Fabric #3 and
corners (light in photo); four 3.5in x 22in strips
for border.
STONE
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 22; decorative threads like King Tut.
LONGARM CLASSES
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AF TERNOON SESSION
750. BORDER DESIGNS IN HALF
THE TIME—LONGARM HANDS-ON
CAVANAUGH
BSS: 18.
733. QUICK START—
3 HOURS TO EQ7 CONFIDENCE
KRANZ
751. DESIGNS FROM SIMPLE SHAPES
AND BLOCKS—LONGARM HANDS-ON
CLARKE
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class;
power cord for laptop; external mouse; mouse
pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless; EQ7 user
manual (opt). Alternative: For students without
EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor (mekranz@gmail.com), the instructor will
provide EQ7 with limited time-use 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.
BSS: 6; 7; 11; water erasable fabric marker;
pencil with sharp point.
734. SCREEN PRINTING BASICS
753. WHIRLY TWIRLY QUILTING DESIGNS
KUCERA
BSS: 7; 18; 24 (sm); 28; 29; 32; simple design
idea approx 4.5in x 6.5in; old terry bath towel;
roll paper towels; three 3in to 6in clean plastic
lids/caps from food containers; masking tape;
one 4qt or 5qt plastic pail (share with those who
fly to Houston). Fabric: thirty-five 10in x 12in
pcs of white, colors, light prints (pre-wash,
press flat).
BSS: 18.
AFTERNOON CLASSES
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752. BABY OR BOUDOIR PILLOWCASE
AHLES
WITH CONTRASTING APPLIQUÉD SCALLOPED HEM
754. SHOW OFF YOUR FAT QUARTERS
See 375 on Wednesday afternoon for supply list.
BSS: 18.
S15
ANDERSEN
BSS: 7; 14; 15; 16; 17—one or two; 25 (12in); 28;
pad of min 8.5in x 11in paper; compass; protractor; any French curves or other drafting
implements you may own or wish to buy (cheap
ones from discount store).
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MORNING CLASS
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800. THE BASICS OF HAND QUILTING
757. COLONIAL WELCOME
KANSIER
BSS: 18; appliqué pressing sheet. Fabric: backing
fabric will be needed later, but not for class.
758. GET IT DONE NOW—BINDING BY MACHINE LOVE
BSS: 4; 18; 23; 24 (9in x 12in); 25 (6in sq);
4.5in Half Sq Triangle ruler; 2.5in sq ruler;
stiletto; 50wt thread to match binding; doublefold binding ready to be sewn for project. Fabric:
sm project (approx 12in sq) ready to be bound.
759. WISHING STAR
MARTIN
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 22; 23; 24 (min 8in x 12in); 25
(min 12in); 31. Fabric for one 12in block (all star
points need to contrast well with background):
Kyd for background; ¼yd each of two shades of
one or two colors for main star points; Jyd each
of two shades of another color or two colors for
secondary star points; ¼yd for side star points.
Tone-on-tone, mottled solids, and sm prints are
easiest to work with but one or two busier prints
or stripes can be used.
760. EMBROIDERED MEMORY QUILTS
WITH EQSTITCH
MENEAR
761. 2 FOR 1 HULA LESSONS
S. MICHELL
AHLES
802. SHEER EFFECTS LANDSCAPE
ANDERSEN
BSS: 18; iPad (opt).
NAYLOR
BSS: 1; 2; 4; 5; 7; 8; 12; 15; 16; 18; 22; 25 (min
12in); 28; quilt marking pen/pencil; sm selection 40wt rayon/polyester threads. Fabric: two
FQ sz quilt sandwiches with low loft batting and
plain, pale fabric. Please do not baste these.
813. FANTABULOUS FEATHERS AND FILLS—
WITH HQ SWEET SIXTEEN
803. BEADED TANDLETONS
BSS: 6; 11; 14; 18.
C. BROWN
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 8; 22; appliqué pins; 6in clear
ruler with Jin markings; stuffing tool.
804. KYLEE’S KITE
BURNS
See 163 on Monday evening for supply list.
805. CRAZY PATCH HAND EMBROIDERY BASICS BURTON
BSS: 18.
806. JOINING THE BLOCKS—
QUILT-AS-YOU-GO STYLE
CRUST
BSS: 9; 11; 18; 22; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25 (6in
x 12in); 31; thread to match sashing strips; FQ
batting. Fabric: three 5in x 10in quilted blocks
(low loft batting is best) or pre-quilted fabric;
FQ for front and back sashing strips.
DANIEL
BSS: 6; 7; 9; 11; 18; 22; embroidery needles.
FERRET
BSS: 6; 11; 18; spray baste like 505; silicone or
Teflon pressing sheet.
BSS: 18.
764. HAND QUILTING FOR BEGINNERS
MATHEWS
MONDAY
811. MEET YOUR iPAD—
A SURVEY OF APPS, APTITUDE, & ARTMAKING
BSS: 18.
808. ART QUILTS BY NUMBERS
PERKES
FITZGERALD
BSS: 18.
BSS: 6; 7; 8; 11; 18; 22; polyester monofilament
thread; removable fabric markers, masking tape. If
you have a light box and can bring it, please do so.
BSS: 18.
763. BEAUTEOUS BLOCKS AND BORDERS—
WITH HQ SWEET SIXTEEN
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BSS: 6; 18 (pen).
807. CARDINAL WOOL & FELT APPLIQUÉ
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812. FREESTYLE FREE-MOTION FEATHERS
MORNING CLASSES
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( LATE SESSION)
BSS: 6; 22; 30.
762. WEBSITE? BLOG? OR BOTH?
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810. PAPER PIECING—
CRAZY PATCH QUILTING
SVATEK
See 485 on Thursday afternoon for supply list.
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PERKES
814. FLOWERS & FLORA WITH DYE-PAINTED H. THOMAS
LUTRADUR & WIRE
815. INTRODUCTION TO POJAGI
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11.
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQStitch installed, activated, and validated prior to coming
to class; power cord for laptop; external mouse;
mouse pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless;
EQ7 user manual (opt). Alternative: For students without EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor (ycjm@shaw.ca), 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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KANSIER
BSS: 8; 10; 22; 14in quilting hoop (double lap
hoop from www.nosliphoops.com or the 14in lap
hoop from www.hinterberg.com recommended);
sm embroidery scissors; Thread Heaven (sm blue
box of thread conditioner); thimble (Roxanne’s
Thimble from www.colonialneedle.com recommended). Note: hoops, thimbles, and notions
can be purchased at Festival exhibitor booths.
801. CLASSY APPLICATIONS FOR YOUR
MACHINE’S HEMSTITCHES
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BSS: 6; 8; 10; 12; 30; ¼in tape; stencils for
block and borders; ¾in masking tape; quilting
hoop; thin 100% cotton batting 2in larger than
quilt top; #8 or #12 perle cotton floss. Fabric: sm
(40in max) pieced quilt top or light/med 30in sq
fabric; backing 2in larger than quilt top.
756. MACHINE PIECING—CHURN DASH PILLOW OLSON
BSS: 18.
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809. BIG STITCH ON SMALL QUILTS
Sunday
BSS: 26 (sm); color wheel (opt); reducing glass
(opt). Fabric: two identical groups of twenty-five
100% cotton 4in sqs in a wide range of color and
value including geometrics, florals, and solids.
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