Supply List

Supply List
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481. VICTORIAN EMBROIDERY STITCHES
AFTERNOON CLASSES
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471. FACE YOUR FEAR OF FEATHERS—
WITH HQ SWEET SIXTEEN
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D. BROWN
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.
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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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503. BEYOND PIECING—
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
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(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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485. HAND QUILTING FOR BEGINNERS
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 ([email protected]), the
instructor will provide EQ7 with limited timeuse license to load into the student’s personal
laptop. Loading of the program must take place
prior to the beginning of the class so class time is
not interrupted.
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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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512. FABRIC SCRAPS FREE-MOTION QUILTING
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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 ([email protected]), 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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519. MODERN QUILTS/MODERN FABRICS—
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 ([email protected]), 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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MORNING SESS ION
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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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(LATE SESSION)
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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(EARLY SESSION)
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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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572. ORGANIZING COLOR IN SCRAP QUILTS
AFTERNOON CLASSES
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535. SPINES WITH DESIGNS—
PATTEN
BLOCK CLASS FOR BEGINNERS—LONGARM HANDS-ON
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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
FERRET
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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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701. MACHINE APPLIQUÉ MASTERCLASS
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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