2 0 1 0 F 451. PUNCHNEEDLE EMBROIDERED HEART A STEWART BSS: 4 (red or hot pink); 8 (sm sharp embroidery); beading needle recommended. 452. STAMP CARVING FOR QUILTERS WEISS BSS: 18; 22. Fabric: four to six solid color FQs in light and dk (several prints ok too). 453. MINI JOURNAL PENDANT WICK L Q U I L 480. PERFECT POINTS IN HAND APPLIQUÉ T F SORENSEN BSS: 4; 6; 7; 8; 12; 18; 22; fabric marking pencils; pencil sharpener. Fabric: 14in sq light background (must be able to see through to trace); min three diff green print scraps for leaves. More fabric needed to complete project, but not for class. 481. ADVANCED PUNCHNEEDLE EMBROIDERY TECHNIQUES STEWART BSS: 8 (sm sharp embroidery); one skein of sixstrand embroidery floss. Punchneedles and hoops will be on loan during class. BSS: 23; 24; 25; tweezers; wet wipes; toothpicks; newspapers. AFTERNOON CL ASSES • 470. TAP TRICKS & TIPS L 482. BEADED BUTTONS RILEY VAN HORN Supplies: sm embroidery scissors; beading mat (Velux or similar); task light (opt). BSS: 9; 29; 30. Friday 471. BORDERS, BATTING, AND BINDING— THE 3 “B” S BURTON 472. STAINED GLASS MEDALLION 473. IS THERE LIFE AFTER STIPPLING? ADVANCED FREEHAND 500. STACK-N-WHACK ® CHECKERBOARD TILES QUILT L. TAYLOR BSS: 18. 474. THE SILK COCOON—UNWRAPPED BACKMAN See 258 on Tuesday afternoon for supply list. 475. YOUR STASH, MY STASH ANGOTTI See 446 on Thursday morning for supply list. 476. DASHING AROUND— INTRO TO HAND PIECING BLACKBERG BSS: 6 (opt); 8. 477. “APPLIPIECING” CURVES— FAST, EASY, AND ACCURATE FALLERT See 448 on Thursday morning for supply list. 478. TRAPUNTO & STIPPLING—HAND QUILTING FLYNN BSS: 2; 5 (natural); 6; 18; thread snips; min 12in diameter good quality quilting hoop or sm Q-Snap frame. 479. FAST FAT QUARTERS SCRAP LOG CABIN See 351 on Wednesday morning for supply list. NOVEMBER 5 CLARKE BSS: 8; 12; 13; 14. M. MICHELL REYNOLDS BSS: 7; 8; 23 (45mm or 60mm); 24 (min 18in x 24in); 25 (min 6in x 24in); 32 (www.bethanyreynolds.com); Stack-n-Whack® 45º Triangle Tool avail for use in class (purchase is opt). Fabric: Main fabric (med to lg scale print, no batiks, do not pre-wash): amount needed is based on sz of repeat—measure design repeat along selvage from one point in motif to the same point in next motif. If this measurement is 6in to10in—7.375yds; if 11in to 14in—6.875yds; if 15in to 17in—8.375yds; if 18in to 26in— 6.375yds; if over 26in—eight repeats. Addl fabrics (tonal, non-directional prints which contrast with each other)—Myd each of two for block corners; 1.5yd border. 501. YES, BEAUTIFUL MACHINE QUILTING SMITH BSS: 4 (two); 7; 8; 22; 31; vanishing purple marker (not fine line); contrasting scrap thread for practice; machine quilting needles 75 and 90; 4mm double needles; quilting gloves (opt, but nice). Fabric: 1.75yd solid white or pastel cotton; crib sz regular loft batting. Cut before class: 13in sqs—six fabric and three batting; 3.5in x 38in border strips—four fabric and two batting; 3.5in x 20in border strips—four fabric and two batting; 10in practice sqs—two fabric and one batting. S11 S T I V A L ALL-DAY CLASSES (LATE SESSION) • 505. THE SPILLING CANVAS BAUTISTA BSS: 9; two 1in foam brushes; smock; water containers; plastic paint scraper; soft rubber brayer. Fabric: 1yd muslin or drill cloth. 506. QUILTED NATURE PENDANT T. & M. HUSKAMP BSS: 7; 8; 9; 25 (6in); mechanical pencil with 0.05 lead; #3 round paintbrush for acrylic paint (must keep crisp point after being cleaned in water); three or four vintage brooches or shoe clips (no larger than 3in length); apron (opt). 507. ELECTRIC QUILT SOFTWARE (EQ7)— BEYOND THE BASICS KRANZ BSS: 18; Laptop computer with EQ7 installed and activated; power cord for laptop; external mouse; mouse pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless; EQ7 user manual. ALL-DAY CLASSES (EARLY SESSION) • BSS: 18. E 508. MYSTICAL COTTONTRACKS: EXTENDING BOUNDARIES IN YOUR FREEHAND QUILTING WALLEN BSS: 18; Art pad. 509. LET ME SURPRISE YOU! M O R E ! ANGOTTI See 209 on Tuesday for supply list. 510. “ESCAPE TO THE CAPE” MINI LANDSCAPE BECKER BSS: 8 (sharp Fiskars Softouch); 10 (several); 18; 22; 32 (www.JoyceRBecker.com); spray starch (or Mary Ellen’s Clear Starch Alternative); clear invisible thread; Metafil machine needles (purple dot); 1yd freezer paper; matching threads (opt). 511. “IT’S A BIG WORLD KITTY”— PICTURE IMAGE MACHINE APPLIQUÉ BERNS BSS: 3; 8; 9; 10 (two white washable permanent); 18; 28; 30 (ultra-fine Sharpie or Micron); masking tape; two sheets freezer paper—15in to 18in x 28in; few sm Ziploc bags; monofilament thread (clear and smoke, YLI or MonoPoly); 8in x 10in color enlargement/copy of personal photo. Fabric (choose season for landscape and make sure elements contrast with each other): three FQs hand-dyed look, toneon-tone, mottled, or sm print or just one FQ whole cloth for background sky; one FQ Kitty body in any kitty color or equal parts for multicolor kitty; lg 8in x 10in scrap for tail, ears, legs; two to three FQs or lg 10in scrap for background rocks; FQ for floor 1; FQ for middle floor. 2 0 1 0 F 512. SHIMMERING TRIANGLES A BOWKER L L Q U I L 519. SENSATIONAL STARS T F GARBER BSS: 1 (machine); 3; 8; 22; 23; 24 (min 12in); 25 (12in sq or 6in x 12in); 31; 32 (www.jennybowker.com); snips for thread. Fabric: scrap pieces at least 10.5in sq but not pre-cut, prefer two color ranges and six values in each range. Bring colors you like. BSS: 3; 7; 8; 9; 13 (good eraser); 14 (two); 20 (with extender, also avail for purchase); 23; 24; 25 (18in and 1in x 6in or 1in x 12in); 28; 32 (www.gailgarberdesigns.com) two mechanical pencils; roll of freezer paper. Fabric: 1yd focal; 1yd background; Nyd each of four to five diff. 513. CUTTING GARDEN QUILTS—“ZINNIA” 520. FUN FABRIC POSTCARDS & ARTIST TRADING CARDS (ATC S ) BULA BSS: 7; 8; 9; 18; 30. Fabric: 1yd dk background. 514. FELIZ NAVIDAD OR CINCO DE MAYO CAFFREY BSS: 3; 22; 23; 24 (min 12in x 18in); 25 (min 6in x 12in); 31; 32 (www.debbiescreative moments.com); Omnigrid 96 or 96L triangle; Omnigrid 98 or 98L triangle. Complete supply list will be posted on website by mid- September. 515. FREE EXPRESSION UNMARKED FREE-MOTION QUILTING EKLOW BSS: 22; two spools 40weight polyester machine embroidery thread—one solid, one variegated; thread snips or sm scissors; eyeglasses to protect eyes in case of needle breakage (recommended). Fabric: at least twenty 9in x 12in (or pre-cut size at your store) felt rectangles, any color; two 18in sq quilt sandwiches (muslin fabric with cotton or wool batting, not basted). 516. I’M FREE! ENDO BSS: 2; 4; 7 (fifty or more); 8; 23; 24 (med); 25; 31; ribbons; cords; yarns; beads; polyester, rayon, metallic threads for quilting and embroidery; bobbin threads; needles (topstitch 90/14 Metafil). Fabric: 1yd solid black backing; 1yd batting; 1yd black soft tulle; 1yd stabilizer for bag; leftover scraps (sm amounts, lots of colors). BSS: 4; 7; 8; 9; 10; 18; 23; 24; 25; 32 (www.DianeHerbort.com); ½yd WonderUnder type fusible web; chalk marker. Fabric: one med to lg scale FQ novelty print; fabric and trim scraps at least 7in long including “landscape” ones; leftovers backed with fusibles. 521. IMAGES FROM THE IMAGINATION FASSETT & LUCY BSS: 7; 23; 24 (min 12in x 18in); 25 (min 6in x 12in); 26 (min 40in x 72in); 32 (e-mail at [email protected]). Fabric (Themed fabrics like all dotty, or all flowers, or all 30s prints): ¼yd to ½yd of at least twenty-five med to sm scale in color palette of your choice; 1.5yd background (may bring several from which to choose). 518. ADVANCED MACHINE QUILTING FIEDLER BSS: 2 (machine #14); 8; 18; two spools sewing thread diff colors; one spool fine cotton thread (DMC 50 or Mettler 60); water erasable marker. Fabric: 36in x 45in muslin sandwich pin-basted with thin cotton batting. HOLLAND BSS: 8; 24 (20in x 12in); 25; 32 (www.pamhollanddesigns.com); 1in flat paint brush; sm water container; sm plastic paint mixing tray; 1yd plastic to protect table. Fabric: 1yd light color or dyer’s muslin (need to be able to see through fabric to trace image); portable light box helpful. 522. JAPANESE PATCHWORK HORTON BSS: 7; 8; 9; 11; 12; 15; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (4in x 12in); 26 (1.5yd); white marking pencil. Fabric (solids, hand-dyes, batiks, texture prints): five FQs blue and/or grey (light, med, dk values); three to five FQs accent colors (red-orange, purple-magenta-pink, or yellow-green); FQs plaids and stripes. S T I V A L 526. THE THREAD CREATES THE DESIGN OLSON BSS: 1 (machine embroidery, topstitch, jeans stitch); 8; 18; 22; 32 (www.barbaraolsonquiltart.com); marking tools for light and dk fabric; variety of colored decorative thread for quilting— variegated and solid rayons; lingerie or bobbin thread for bobbin—natural color; quilting gloves. Fabric: 18in sq quilt sandwich (pinned or fused, black top fabric); three 12in sq quilt sandwiches (pinned or fused, light solid top fabric); Nyd dk for sashing; Nyd fusible batting or regular batting with pins for basting; ½yd backing. 527. BALTIMOREAN VASE OF FLOWERS SIENKIEWICZ BSS: 1; 4; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 22; 28; 30 (.01 black Pigma); 32 (www.ellysienkiewicz.com/houston supply.html); light and dk fabric markers; Sienkiewicz Baltimore Elegance for techniques (colonial knots, stem stitch, points and curves, and needleturn by cutaway). Fabric: 10in sq off-white background (print or plain), creased into quarters (for 8in finished block); green scraps for leaves, flowers, and buds. 528. CLAM SESSION III—IMPROVISATIONAL MACHINE APPLIQUÉ TECHNIQUES STONE BSS: 4; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 15; 18; 22; 28; freezer paper; variegated 40weight cotton or rayon thread; smoke polyester monofilament thread. Fabric: asst scraps and FQs in variety of hues, values, and textures. 529. PICTORIAL APPLIQUÉ D. TAYLOR See 333 on Wednesday for supply list. 523. THREADPLAY I—THE BASICS LEHMAN 530. RICKY’S BEST KEPT SECRETS BSS: 8; 9; 18. TIMS BSS: 18. 524. THE BASICS OF CRAZY QUILTING 517. BOUNCE HERBORT E MONTANO MORNING CLASSES (EARLY SESSION) • See 230 on Tuesday for supply list. 525. MACHINE QUILTING ESSENTIALS NICKELS Supplies: Fifty safety pins (sz 1); sewing machine needles (80/12 & 70/10 Microtex sharp); offwhite and tan cotton thread 50weight (Mettler 50/3, Aurifil 50/2, or Masterpiece 50/2 recommended); fabric marking pencil; ruler; rubber gloves (kitchen dishwashing gloves, one sz smaller than you wear); sm scissors or snips; sm cushion for seating height (opt); task light (opt). Fabric: ten 12in sqs muslin; five 12 in sqs cotton or cotton blend batting. S12 535. HAND PIECED STAMP BASKET BSS: 6 (opt); 8. BLACKBERG 2 0 1 0 F 536. CONTOURED QUILTED PHOTOGRAPHY A BOWSER BSS: 7; 8 (sm 5in); 28. Send your photograph to Bowser at least ten days prior to class. Photo should have the face of one person or animal (no landscapes or flowers). Photo will be cropped if necessary. You will receive email confirmation of receipt of your photo—no e-mail conversations, please. Photo will be used to make pattern you will use in class. Students missing the deadline can use Bowser’s pattern of her winning Quilt National Quilt. Put “Quilt Festival” in subject line of e-mail, attach photo, and include class date, your name, and your phone number. Send to: [email protected] L L Q U I L T F 544. PAINTSTIK INSPIRATIONS MURRAY BSS: 22; Iin or 1in wide masking or blue painter’s tape; four to five paper towels; apron, smock, or wear old clothes. Fabric: min ten 12in sqs PFD cotton, silk, or synthetic (six sqs very dk, four sqs light) solid, hand-dyed, or subtle toneon-tone. 545. BEADED AND PLEATED— THE PERFECT ACCESSORY WALKER WEISS BACON 565. APPLIQUÉ FOR BEGINNERS— THE “A” WORD 538. BEGINNING SEWING—LOG CABIN PILLOW HOWE BSS: 18. BSS: 18. 566. BLOCK TO BLOCK CUSTOM QUILTING L. TAYLOR BURTON CLARKE 568. HONEYCOMB STARS BLACKBERG ANDERSON BUCKLEY BSS: 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 12; 22; 27; tape (any kind); fabric markers. See 369 on Wednesday afternoon for supply list. 542. “A” IS FOR APPLE & APPLIQUÉ 574. CREATING TEXTURE ON CLOTH— RESIST TECHNIQUES KERPOE MASHUTA BSS: 18; design wall handout avail for sale-$1 (opt). 576. CIRCLES ON TILES SHALLCROSS BSS: 1; 4; 6; 7; 8; 9; 11 (7in x 3in); 22; 23; 24; 25 (6.5in x 12.5in); 30 (extra fine); 31; ½in press bars. Fabric: sixteen diff FQs; 1.5yd contrast for outer borders; 56in x 50in med weight batting and backing required for project, but not for class. 577. NOTAN SQUARE WORKSHOP FOR QUILTERS WEISS EVENING CL ASSES • 600. FABRIC PAINTING— T. & M. HUSKAMP SMALL CREATURES SERIES (BIRDS) Supplies: mechanical pencil with 0.05 lead; #3 round paintbrush for acrylic paints (must keep a crisp point after being cleaned in water); apron (opt). 601. MACHINE QUILTING FOR NOVICES DANIEL BSS: 6; 7; 8; 9; 18; 32 (www.nancybrenandaniel.com). 543. CREATING GREAT QUILT BORDERS WITH PIECED STRIPES HALL BSS: 6 (opt); 8. 569. GARDEN MEDLEY—HAND APPLIQUÉ 541. FRIEDA’S FUN, FAST, FREE-MOTION MACHINE QUILTING L BSS: 2; 5; 6; 7; 8; 12; 13; 12in to 14in hoop or frame; 0.5mm mechanical pencil (opt). Fabric: two 20in sqs pre-washed 100% cotton (muslin or light-colored preferred. Batik is too hard to needle.) Batting will be supplied. COLBURN KRALOVIC-LOGAN BSS: 8; apron; a variety of yarns in colors/ textures from your stash. A 573. QUILTING—THE FINAL TOUCH BSS: 8; 18; apron or paint shirt; vinyl gloves. 540. DYE, CUT, KNIT— SILK CREATIONS V BSS: 10; 12; 24 (12in x 18in); 11in x 14in sketchbook or paper. BSS: 8; 12; 13; 14. 567. DESIGN—BY THE YARD BSS: 18. I 575. DESIGNING WORKSPACES FOR QUILTERS 546. SHEER BLISS I—SILK COLLAGE BSS: 18. 539. BEGINNING LONGARM BASICS WITH LINDA V. TAYLOR T BSS: 18. AFTERNOON CLASSES • 537. TIME FOR TEA QUILT S BSS: 7; 8. BSS: 8 (sm sharp); 19; 22; 24 (12in x 18in). Fabric: sm baggie of silks for accents only (opt). MORNING CLASSES (LAT E SESSION) • E 570. SPECTACULAR SCRAP QUILTS— EVERY TIME DANIEL PLISGA BSS: 2; 5; 8; 18. BSS: 8; 10; 18; 22; one box twenty-four crayons. Fabric: two diff pcs 6in x 10in favorite focus or lg prints. 602. PAPER PIECING FOR BEGINNERS 571. SEASIDE VILLAGES 603. WHIMSICAL AND FUNKY FEATHERS— FAST AND EASY THACKER BSS: 18. MASHUTA BSS: 8; 9; 10; 11; 12; 22; 23; 24 (sm); 25 (6in x 12in); chalk pencil for dk fabrics (opt); sm sq or triangle ruler; four sheets 14in x 17in newsprint or eight sheets 8.5in x 11in paper and tape. Fabric: four to six stripe FQs—no border stripes (vary even/uneven, simple/complex, abstract/ realistic, number of colors, scale); one to two abstract or sm scale print FQs. ECKMEIER BSS: 7; 8 (sm and large); 23; 24 (18in x 24in); 25 (6.5in sq); rotary cutter with wavy blade. Fabric: ten bright multi-color FQs; ¼yd sky; ¼yd sea; ¼yd green for coastline/trees. 572. ARABIC LATTICE WALLHANGING BSS: 3; 7; 31; thread snips or sm scissors. FLYNN BLUHM BSS: 7; 13; 18; thread clippers. 604. LIONS AND TIGERS AND TEMPLATES, OH MY! FOR BEGINNERS BRUNNER BSS: 8; 12; 13; 14; 15. 605. EMBELLISHED SILK TIE MONTANO BSS: 1; 3; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 15; 22; 32 (www.judithbakermontano.com); 5in embroidery hoop; Chako white marker; water erasable pen. S13 2 0 1 0 606. MARVELOUS MITERS F A CLEVELAND BSS: 7; 31; black piecing thread; 6in ruler; stiletto (opt). 607. WET-FELTED WOOL FLOWER CLONTZ BSS: 8; lg towel; lg white trash bag; med bowl; apron or old shirt. 608. LONE STAR/PRAIRIE STAR DANIEL BSS: 3; 7; 8; 10; 18; 22; 23; 24 (18in x 24in); 25 (6in x 24in); 26 (36in sq). Fabric: ¼yd color #1; Nyd color #2; ¼yd color #3; 1yd background; ¼yd accent border; 1yd border and binding. 609. CLASSIC MARINER’S COMPASS L Q U I L 615. STACK-N-WHACK ® CUTTING MAGIC T F REYNOLDS BSS: 7; 8; 23 (45mm or 60mm); 24 (min 18in x 24in); 25 (min 6in x 24in); 32 (www.bethanyreynolds.com); Stack-n-Whack® 15º, 18º, and 45º rulers avail for use in class (purchase opt). Fabric: Only one fabric needed, if you choose to bring more, bring recommended yardage for each fabric choice (med to lg scale print, no batiks, do not pre-wash). Amount needed is based on sz of repeat—measure design repeat along selvage from one point in motif to the same point in next motif. If this measurement is 6in to 10in—2.5yds; if 11in to 14in— 3.5yds; if 15in to 17in—4.25yds; if 18in to 26in—6.375yds; if over 26in—eight repeats. HALL BSS: 3; 7; 8; 9; 12; 13; 22; 23; 24 (sm); 25 (sm); 31. Fabric: up to 2yds med and dk; ½yd background. Fabrics can be FQs, prints or solids or hand-dyes—at least three colors that work well together. 610. SEW SIMPLE PINEAPPLE L HELLABY 616. FREE-FORM TREES SOUDER BSS: 3; 8; 23; 24 (20in long min); 32 (www.MoonlightingQuilts.com for border ideas). Fabric: min ½yd background, min 18in long scraps tree trunk (bigger is better); ½yd each of two borders; 18in ruler if you are a fast worker. BSS: 4; 7; 8; 12; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (med). Fabric: ¾yd each of two contrasting (no oneway designs). 617. COLOR IN SCRAP QUILTS— BEAUTY & TRUTH 611. FOREST AT MIDNIGHT Supplies: your shopping bag! If it’s fabulous, Karen might select you for a demo. KARASIK 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: ¾yd black; twenty-two 3in x 18in strips for moon; twentyfive 3in x 18in strips for tree; ¼yd inner border; ¾yd dk green outer border (scraps from your moon make spikes). 612. AFRICAN INSPIRED QUILTS KERPOE BSS: 9; 12; 18; 29; ruler; plastic tablecloth. Fabric: 1yd light color cotton or four FQs coordinating light colors. 613. FABRIC FUSHIONS M C NEILL BSS: 1; 7; 8; 10. 614. PRECISION PIECING See 243 on Tuesday morning for supply list. 618. FUNKY FIBER NECKLACE STONE WICK E S T I V A L 702. STUDIO ART QUILTMAKING 101 SMITH BSS: 3; 4; 7; 8; 22; 23; 24 (sm); 31. Fabric: ½yd dk “solid” to create stitched mounting mat and backing; 18in x 30in med weight batting; ½yd theme (lg print, ethnic style, or floral); photo to fit theme (opt); 1yd total asst “solid” fabrics and scraps in colors pulled from theme fabric or photo. ALL-DAY CLASSES (LATE SESSION) • 705. STAMPS IN DEPTH TESTA BSS: 9; 19; 29; 4in x 6in Soft Kut printing block; sticky back craft foam; beveled acrylic mounts; string; 8in x 10in corrugated cardboard; acrylic paint; 2in foam brush. Fabric: 2yds to 5yds 100% cotton cloth in light colors and nondescript patterns; towel you don’t mind getting paint on; plastic drop cloth; apron. 706. THE PATCHWORK QUILT SKETCHBOOK BAUTISTA BSS: 4; 7; 9; 10; 30; 32 (www.treicdesigns.com); two 1in foam brushes; soft rubber brayer; water container; paint smock; twenty misc found papers up to 12in x 18in; black chisel tip Sharpie. Fabric: ½yd muslin. 707. ELECTRIC QUILT SOFTWARE (EQ7)— DESIGNING QUILTS WITH PHOTOS KRANZ BSS: 8. 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. Saturday NOVEMBER 6 ALL-DAY CLASSES (EARLY SESSION) • 700. PINEAPPLES PLUS 708. LET ME SURPRISE YOU! ANGOTTI See 309 on Wednesday for supply list. HALL 709. MYSTERY AT QUILT FESTIVAL BALLARD BSS: 3; 7; 8; 12; 13; 14 (opt); 22; 23; 24 (sm); 25 (sm); 31. Fabric: up to 3yds total of scraps, strips, and graded hand-dyes, or four to six coordinated with a focus fabric (include light and dk values). BSS: 4; 7; 8; 12; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25 (6in x 12in); 31; 32 (www.letsquilt.com for precutting); Precision Trimmer 6 Ruler™. Fabric: 2.375yds light; Myd med; 2.375yds dk. All borders included. 701. STACK-N-WHACK ® MYSTERY QUILT 710. KANSAS ROSE—MACHINE APPLIQUÉ NAYLOR REYNOLDS BSS: 7; 8; 23 (45mm or 60mm); 24 (min 18in x 24in); 25 (min 6in x 24in); 32 (www.bethanyreynolds.com). S14 BUCKLEY BSS: 1; 3; 7; 8; 9; 12; 22; 27; 30; fabric markers; 80/12 sewing machine needles, 60/8 Microtex needles (some avail for purchase in class); tape (any kind); stapler and staple remover; emery board; clear monofilament or polyester thread (Sew Art International or YLI .004 recommended—some avail for purchase in class).
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