Supply List

Supply List
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150. AUTUMN LEAVES
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BURNS
BSS: 3; 7; 8; 22; 23; 24; 25 (4in x 14in); 30;
31; stiletto; wooden iron; Invisigrip.
151. FOLLOWING YOUR PASSION/
MARKETING YOUR STRENGTHS
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160. SASSY SILK SCARF FOILING
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Supplies: container for water; three 1in foam
brushes; sm detail paint brush; Ziploc bags
(quart size).
CHATELAIN
Tuesday & Wednesday
BSS: 18.
NOVEMBER 2 & 3
152. SUPER FAST PIPING & BINDING
CRUST
BSS: 7; 8; 18; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (med); 31;
thread to match backing fabrics. Fabric: 10in x
18in quilted sq; one FQ each for binding and
contrasting piping.
153. PREPARING TO TEACH
GLOVER
BSS: 18.
154. QUILT STUDIO ORGANIZING & DESIGN
HALLOCK
BSS: 9; 18; 22; 32 (www.clearview-designs.com);
calculator; quilt studio room measurements;
fabric volume (see website for worksheet); furniture dimensions; photographs are helpful but
not required.
155. SASHIKO TABLE RUNNER/WALL HANGING JONES
BSS: 8; 18; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25 (3in x 18in);
white water soluble marking pencil. Fabric: one
yd dk solid color fabric for Sashiko designs; ½yd
contrast print. Needed but not required in class:
one yd backing and 16in x 53in batting.
156. TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF
200. PUZZLE QUILT—SIMPLE BLOCKS,
COMPLEX FABRIC
NADELSTERN
BSS: 7; 8; 9; 12; 13; 20; 23; 24 (med); 25
(med); 26 (20in sq); 31; 32 (www.paulanadelstern.com); black sewing thread. Fabric: Color
palette does not have to match. Include rich, saturated jewel tones and painterly fabrics that evoke
luminosity. 1yd each of at least two fabrics with
bilateral symmetry (avail for sale in class); one
opulent patterned print with at least four repeats;
wide variety of ¼yd to ½yd sm to med all-over
prints, textures, gradations, stripes, marbled and
black stuff speckled with gold, black and white
dots or dashes, classic stripes perhaps with wide
bands or shadings of color.
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204. LOG CABIN HOUSES
GLOVER
BSS: 7; 8; 23; 24 (med); 25 (3in x 18in and 6in
sq); 31. Fabric: sixteen to twenty FQs in colors to
comprise your village or houses, colorful or subtle, solid or printed or combination. Village can
be multi-colored rather than in one color family.
Sm scale prints and geometrics preferable to floral. Fine stripes, checks, and dots work better
than grandiose flowers. Have contrast within
some of the fabrics in order to “show off” the
roofs, windows, and doors.
205. TSUKINEKO ALL PURPOSE INKS WORKSHOP
PEREZ
BSS: 18; several sm round tip and flat paint
brushes; paint tray; water vessel.
206. GRAFFITI CLUTCH
BURKE
BSS: 1 (heavy duty, denim); 3; 6; 7; 8; 11; 15; 19;
23; 24; 25; 30; 31; asst paint brushes; four or
five colors of acrylic paint; water vessel; two to
three lg buttons. Fabric: 1yd to 2yds of raw med
weight canvas.
207. BLOCK DRAWING IN EQ7
VLACK
BSS: 18; Laptop computer with EQ7 installed
and activated; power cord for laptop; external
mouse; mouse pad; spare battery if mouse is
wireless; EQ7 user manual.
NOVEMBER 2
ALL-DAY CLASSES
(EARLY SESSION)
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MANGAT
201. HOLIDAY TREE SKIRT OR TABLE TOPPER KARASIK
208. WHOLECLOTH DESIGN CLASS
BSS: 3; 7; 8; 9; 18; 22; 23; 24; 25 (12in); 26
(48in sq); 28; 31; 32 (www.quiltmaven.com);
Add-A-Quarter ruler. Fabric: fat J light red;
fat J dk red; fat J light green; fat J dk green;
½yd light purple; ½yd dk purple; ½yd light teal;
½yd dk teal; ¾yd gold; 2yds ivory.
BSS: 25; rulers (longest length). Fabric: white or
off white (tone-on-tone OK; no dk) must be
washed, pressed, and squared up before class—no
larger than 50in x 50in.
202. SENSATIONAL SASHIKO BY MACHINE
158. PIPING & BINDING
BSS: 12; 13; 18; 25 (6in x 12in); 30; masking
tape; five safety pins; Ott-type light, as lighting is
very important (opt).
NAYLOR
BSS: 1; 4; 7; 8; 12; 18; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25
(18in); 30; 32 (www.philippanaylor.com); 1in
x 6in ruler (Omnigrid); 6in sq or triangular
ruler (essential). Fabric: two 18in x 10in quilt
sandwiches (cotton batting); two diff FQs.
209. LET ME SURPRISE YOU! M O R E !
M C TAVISH
ANGOTTI
BSS: 7; 8 (or thread snips); 31.
BSS: 3; 8; 23; 24; 25. Fabric: strips of asst
widths from Iin to 2.5in.
159. YES, YOU CAN STIPPLE!
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KARASIK
BSS: 3; 7; 8; 9; 18; 22; 23; 24; 25 (12in); 26
(48in x 48in); 28; 31; 32 (www.quiltmaven.com);
Add-A-Quarter ruler. Fabric: four background
FQs; four leaf FQs; four leaf vein fat Js; four leaf
stem fat Js; Jyd inner border; ¾yd outer border.
157. COMMUNITY LOG CABIN PARTY
TWO-DAY CLA SS
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210. QUILT APPRAISAL—AN INTRODUCTION
AUG
BSS: 18. Students may bring one quilt to share,
antique or new. Cameras opt.
211. FEATHERS, FLOWERS, FILLERS, FREE
BOWKER
BSS: 2 (machine); 3; 8; 15; 19; 22; 31; 32
(www.jennybowker.com); twenty safety pins
(1.5in); thread to contrast with muslin; thread
snips. Fabric: six FQs quilter’s muslin; three FQsize low-loft batting.
D. TAYLOR
BSS: 22; 32 (www.davidtaylorquilts.com);
thread snips.
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212. ORIENTAL FLOWERS—
MACHINE APPLIQUÉ
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BUCKLEY
BSS: 1; 3; 7; 8; 9; 12; 22; 23; 24 (sm); 25 (3in x
18in or smaller); 27; 30; 32 (www.karenkaybuckley.com for project photos); Sew Art International thread & 60/8 Microtex machine needles
(both avail for purchase in class); 80/12 machine
needles; fabric markers; Piping Hot Binding tool
if you have it (avail in class for use or purchase);
four 12.5in sqs freezer paper; emery board. Fabric: ¾yd for covered cording; 10in sq for area
inside circle (Buckley’s brown); 12.5in sq background (Buckley’s white); 13.5in sq overlay
(Buckley’s med purple around outside of circle);
scraps for berries, leaves, stems, and flower
petals. Addnl fabric needed to complete project,
but not needed in class: ¼yd of blue for covered
cording; ½yd for corner triangles and binding.
213. PAINTING IMAGES WITH DYES
CHATELAIN
BSS: 14 (Prismacolor); 15; 18; 28; two or three
18in x 20in drawings or designs (drawings also
avail in class); white synthetic round brushes—
sz 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 (brushes also avail for
purchase from instructor that are specific to this
project); one black magic marker; six plastic teaspoons; rubber gloves; one empty film vial with
lid; paper towels; one 2-gallon sz Ziploc bag;
four white plastic trash bags.
214. PATCHWORK ILLUSIONS
COMBS
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CONFETTI NATURESCAPES
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BSS: 2; 7 (fifty); 8; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (med);
31; three photos of nature landscapes; quilting
and embroidery thread in variety of colors; thirty
sm plastic bags; extra rotary cutter blades and
bobbins; smoky clear monofilament threads.
Fabric: ¾yd backing and batting; 1.5yd black soft
tulle; scraps of dk, med, light values of solid,
prints, hand-dyed nature colors; solid black;
print or hand-dyed for tree trunk and sky; one
12in sq white muslin.
218. CAT NAP
ENGLAND
BSS: 1; 7; 8; 9; 10; 22; 31; plastic tray (approx
8in x 14in for organizing pattern pcs); ten Ziploc
baggies; beige and gray sewing thread.
219. FABRIC AND STITCH COLLAGE
FAIRES
BSS: 1; 4; 7; 8; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (med); 31;
32 (www.LyndaFaires.com); machine sewing
needles sz 90 (embroidery or topstitch); six
spools sewing thread in asst colors; decorative
machine threads for stitching, bobbin work, and
couching. Fabric: ten 12in sqs various solid color
cotton; five 12in sqs thin quilt batting; asst of
scraps, ribbon, lace, buttons, etc. for collage.
220. ILLUSIONS
FALLERT
See 112 on Monday for supply list.
221. POTPOURRI
215. SCRAP QUILTS WITH ATTITUDE
BSS: 7; 23; 24 (min 12in x 18in); 25 (min 6in x
12in); 26 (min 40in x 72in). Fabrics: lg and med
scale florals in any preferred color combo (¼yd
to ½yd of at least twenty-five different fabrics).
BSS: 4; 7 (flat head); 8; 12; 22; 23; 24 (12in x
14in); 25 (6in sq); 32 (www.CarolDoak.com);
6in Add-A-Quarter ruler. See website (lectures
& workshops page, Scrap Quilts with Attitude) for
fabric cutting instructions.
216. BEADED TEXTILE TREASURES
EHA
BSS: 22; sm sharp scissors or embroidery scissors; Cool Whip sz lid or white non-segmented
sm white glass or ceramic plate to bead off of
or Velux beading cloth; eyeglasses if needed
for handwork.
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BSS: 8; 18; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25 (3in x 18in);
white water soluble marking pencil. Fabric:
3.5yds to 4yds dk; ½yd contrast. Needed but
not required in class: 3.5 yds to 4yds lining;
½yd interfacing.
225. CLEOPATRA’S FAN
JORGENSON
BSS: 3; 7; 8; 22; 23 (28mm); 24 (Olfa 12in rotating mat board); 25 (8.5in x 24in); 26 (18in
sq); 31; stiletto (opt); fabric marking pencil.
Fabric: 7.5in strip med purple; ½yd dk gold;
¾yd med green; ¼yd med gold; 1yd black;
Kyd burgundy; 1.625yd backing and binding.
226. INTUITIVE COLOR & DESIGN
KEENAN
BSS: 3; 7; 8; 18; 23; 24 (12in); 26 (24in sq); 31.
BSS: 3; 7; 8; 12; 23; 24 (med); 25 (6in x 12in
and 1in x 6in); 26 (1yd flannel); 31.
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222. WHEEL OF FORTUNE
FLYNN
BSS: 4; 7; 23; 24 (18in x 24in); 25 (6in x 24in);
31. Fabric Option One (74in x 92in project):
3yds muslin background; 3.5yds sashing and
blocks; 1yd accents. Fabric Option Two
(technique only): 1yd background; ¼yd blocks;
¼yd accents.
223. EMBROIDERY MARKET BASKET
IMPELLIZZERI
BSS: 9; 18; 22; sm spray bottle; towel; needle-nose
pliers; sm flat head screwdriver; tape measure.
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227. DIGITAL ART FOR BEGINNERS
KRANZ
BSS: 18. Laptop computer capable of running
the software below; the power cord for your
laptop; an external mouse (even if you are comfortable with the touch pad on your laptop, you
will find a “real” mouse easier to use in some areas
of the software); a 30 day free trial version of
Paint Shop Pro X3 available from www.corel.com
under the Free Trials tab. We’ll use this software
for class exercises, but concepts learned apply to
other image editing software such as Photoshop
and Photoshop Elements. Kranz will demonstrate
topics in both Paint Shop Pro and Photoshop
Elements, but we’ll do class exercises in Paint Shop
Pro X3. Check website, www.quiltingimages.com
within a month of class for any last minute notes.
228. FIRE & ICE—INTEGRATING SHEER SILK, MANGAT
BEADS, PAINT, THREAD
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 7; 8; 9; 12; 13; 15; 16; 22; 23; 24;
25; 26 (36in sq); sm asst bugle beads; other
beads; rhinestones; embellishments of choice.
Fabric: sm pcs of 100% cotton lights and dks,
sheer silks, novelty fabrics.
229. NO GIMMICKS DOUBLE WEDDING RING
M. MICHELL
BSS: 7; 22; 23; 24 (18in x 24in); fine-tip water
erasable marking pen (opt). Fabric for nine ring
single fabric arc Double Wedding Ring wallhanging: 1.25yds background (centers and melons);
1.375yds single fabric arcs; ¼yd of two fabrics
for Four-Patch corners.
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MONTANO
BSS: 1; 3; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 15; 22; 32
(www.JudithBakerMontano.com); water erasable
pen; white Chako marker or white pencil.
231. MAKE YOUR OWN BAG PATTERNS!
MUNIZ
BSS: 9; 15; 28; view-thru ruler or clear quilting
ruler at least 2in x 18in.
232. BURST INTO BALTIMORE’S BASICS
SIENKIEWICZ
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 22; 28; 30 (finest
point); 32 (www.ellysienkiewicz.com/houston
supply.html See project photos and to order her
Fall 2010 book.); cut 2in wide edge-to-edge
strip of freezer paper and accordion fold into 3in
increments – staple twice to hold layers and store
in envelope; Sienkiewicz’s Baltimore Elegance for
techniques; Pigma .01 black pen; dk and light
fabric markers. Fabric: 10in sq off-white background (print or plain). For split leaves: machine
piece (right sides together, fine stitch) two at
1.5in wide bias strips of different leaf greens
(¼in seam, press to one side). Total pieced strip
lengths about 24in. We will ruche ribbon in class;
if you prefer to bring 1in wide bias (fine cotton
or silk or rayon) ironed in half, lengthwise – can
be separate strips 12in long or more, together to
make 1yd bias per flower.
233. SASSY SILKIE PENDANT
WICK
BSS: 23; 24; 25 (sm); toothpicks; newspapers;
three 1in foam brushes; container for water to
wash out brushes.
MORNING CLASSES
(LAT E SESSION)
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234. FREE-MOTION POSSIBILITIES FOR
THE TRUE BEGINNER
PATTEN
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237. BLACK & WHITE & STARS ALLOVER
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CAFFREY
BSS: 3; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 18in or larger);
25 (6in x 12in or larger); 31; 32
(www.debbiescreativemoments.com); TriRecs
tools. Fabric: three FQs—one very light, one very
dk, one accent that strongly contrasts with the
other two. See teacher’s website for more
complete supply list, tools, and preparation.
238. PAINT STICK MAGIC
CRUST
BSS: 8; 9; 18; 29; 2yds freezer paper; three stencil brushes (inexpensive sm/med firm ones);
masking tape; rag; paper plate; apron (opt);
fancy edge paper scissors (opt); stencils (opt).
Fabric for experimentation: four to six FQs
(pre-washed or PFD work best) some dk and
light solids and some with a little visual texture.
239. LUXURIOUS SILK ADORNMENTS
DOLCE
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 7; 8; 15; 31.
241. PUBLISH YOUR PATTERNS FOR PROFIT
242. STAR-O-RAMA
MURRAY
BSS: 8; 9; 22; apron or smock to protect clothing from paint. Fabric: 1yd solid black cotton;
½yd bright solid color such as turquoise, gold,
fuchsia, etc.
243. PRECISION PIECING
NAYLOR
BSS: 1; 4; 7; 8 (sm sharp); 12; 18; 22; 23; 24
(med); 25 (12in); 32 (www.philippanaylor.com);
6.5in sq ruler (essential). Fabric: four FQs—one
focus, one light, one med, and one dk.
244. COSMIC HAPPENING
245. CREATIVE & STYLISH SWEATSHIRT
JACKETS—LONDA’S WAY
ROHLFING
BSS: 18.
AFTERNOON CLASSES
2:00-5:00 P. M.
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Supplies: apron or wear old clothes.
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BACON
BSS: 18.
256. STUNNING SASHINGS—
LONGARM HANDS-ON
BSS: 18.
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SKILLS WITH LINDA V. TAYLOR
L. TAYLOR
BSS: 18.
258. THE SILK COCOON—UNWRAPPED
BACKMAN
BSS: 9; 18; old clothes or apron.
259. TABLE TOP MYSTERY
CAFFREY
BSS: 3; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 18in or larger); 25;
31; 32 (www.debbiescreativemoments.com).
Fabric and other supplies will be on website by
mid-September.
260. FANTASTIC FABRIC FOILING
CRUST
BSS: 8; 9; 18; 22; approx 2yds freezer paper;
masking tape; rag; toothbrush; 1in foam brush;
apron (opt); fancy edge paper scissors (opt);
stencils (opt); rubber stamps (opt). Fabric for
experimentation: four to six FQs (pre-washed
or PFD work best) some dk and light solids and
some with a little visual texture.
ECKLEY, GLICKMAN,
& HOCHHAUSER
Wear old clothing or an apron.
262. TURN YOUR QUILTING PASSION
INTO PROFIT
GOLLETZ
BSS: 18.
263. FREE-MOTION MACHINE QUILTING
BEYOND BEGINNING
NAYLOR
BSS: 1; 4; 8; 18; 22; 32 (www.philippanaylor.com);
quilt marking pen/pencil; 40weight rayon or polyester threads (opt). Fabric: three quilt sandwiches
of FQ sz with 100% cotton batting.
RAYMENT
BSS: 18.
236. HOLIDAY TABLE RUNNER OR BANNER
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261. SILK WHIRLWIND—
DYE, PAINT, & BEAD
BSS: 15.
BSS: 3; 7; 8; 22; 31; black sewing thread; invisible/
nylon filament.
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BSS: 18.
235. BEGINNING LONGARM BASICS WITH
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264. PHOTOSHOP FOR QUILTERS
BSS: 18.
D. TAYLOR
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