Supply List

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273. TURN YOUR CREATIVE PASSION TO PROFIT GOLLETZ
308. SCRAP HAPPY FOR THE INTERLOCK BLOCK BONESTEEL
BSS: 18.
BSS: 3; 11; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25 (4in x
18in). Fabric: four 14in sqs of background fabric
(suggest printed muslin), plus Hyard more of
same fabric; cut sixteen diff light scrap fabrics
22in x 1.5in; cut 16 diff dk scrap fabrics 22in
long x 1.5in. Optional design: cut four 14in sqs
of printed fabric and select two contrasting
color strips to cut sixteen 22in x 1.5in strips of
each color.
274. TEXTILE TREASURES: FONT—
CLASSY TEXT
HADDRICK
BSS: 7; 14; 15; 16; 24 (sm); 29; 30; 32; a newspaper; A4 sketchbook (8.5in x 11in) with samples
of fonts and texts (printed material—computer
generated, magazine pages of your initials, chop
designs); advertising material; 12in freezer
paper; two sm sponge rollers; three plastic
disposable plates for palettes; two lg plastic
erasers; three med 500ml/16oz yogurt tubs for
water containers; tea towel; paper towels; sponge;
any text stamps or plastic text stencils that you
may already have for scrapbooking or crafting
(some provided in class as well). Fabric: 2yds of
various light colored plain cotton fabrics cut
into A3 szs (11.7in x 16.5in) that could include a
variety of colors including Bali batiks, hand dye,
homespun, pale spotted, or printed textures
(like stone), white, and cream.
275. QUILTING—THE FINAL TOUCH
HALL
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 5; 6; 10; 11; 15; 16 (0.5mm lead or
regular pencil and sharpener); 22; 12in-14in
hoop or frame. Fabric: two 20in sqs pre-washed
100% cotton muslin or light color preferably
(we will be tracing the design). Do not bring
batik as it is hard to hand-needle.
276. COLLAGE ON THE iPAD—
FROM TABLET TO JOURNAL QUILT
MONDAY
BSS: 18; iPad or other smart tablet with cord
and charger.
277. THREE AMIGOS
STUART
BSS: 16; 30.
278. DYE PAINTED SILK SCARVES
H. THOMAS
BSS: 32.
Wednesday
CAFFREY
BSS: 4; 11; 22; 23 (45 or 60mm); 24 (12in x
18in); 25 (see supply list); 31. See complete
supply list at www.debbiescreativemoments.com
by September 1.
311. UPCYCLE YOUR JEANS INTO ART
CHATELAIN
BSS: 5; 6 (sharp, with a good point, suggest Kai
6in); 7; 12; 13; 17; 23 (med); 24 (18in x 24in);
25 (min 4in x 14in clear ruler); 28; 31; four legs
of deconstructed jeans/denim, different colors/
values, a variety of very distressed to some darker
blues is great—remove seams, zipper, and pockets
before coming to class (can bring pockets)—the
idea is to have a variety of denim that can be of
any color or shade; approx 16in x 18in lightweight to med batting; clear polyester thread like
Superior Mono-poly and quilting threads (both
types of thread will also be avail for sale in class);
two colored pencils (red & white); Magic Scotch
tape. Fabric: pc of hand-dyed bright accent
fabric; approx 16in x 18in cotton backing. Note:
if you are driving, please bring a large cutting mat
that several people can use together.
CLONTZ
ADAMS
ANGOTTI
BSS: 9; 11; 31.
AUSTIN
BSS: 6; 8; 11; 13; 18; 22; 23 (18mm); 24 (18in);
30. Supply list avail now at
http://esteritaaustin.com/images/workshops/
supplylist/Animalclass2015.pdf
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317. BALTIMORE HANGING BASKET—
APPLIQUÉ
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DUNIGAN
BSS: 1; 4; 7; 8; 11; 13; 18; sm plastic ring for
chain; 5in embroidery hoop; personal light
(opt); basic sewing kit of #11 needles, embroidery
needle, and silk or your choice thread. Fabric:
FQ light background; 10in sq for basket; 4in
of 1-1.5in wide ribbon trim of your choice for
basket; 6in sq dk green solid or print for six rose
calyxes; 6in sq dk green print for med sz leaves;
10in sq med green print for large leaves; 10in sq
med green print for tiny leaves; 4in sq rose or
pink print for Verbena flowers; 4in sq med green
ultrasuede for small calyxes; 1yd each of 1in wired
silk ribbon in red and yellow for two ruched
roses; 12in each of 1in wired silk ribbon in red
and yellow for rose buds; skeins of 6-strand floss
in old gold or metallic, yellow, med and dk
green, rose or pink.
318. DIGITAL FABRIC DESIGN FOR QUILTERS
DUNNEWOLD
BSS: 6; 7; 13; 15; 17; 18; 19; 21; 22; 24 (sm);
25 (12in); 28; 29; 30; laptop computer (MUST
know how to use it and have a photo program
installed); digital camera (OR selection of
photographs already on the computer. These
should not be of people or animals, but rather
of scenery or objects); thumb drive; cords to
power devices, charge them, or connect them
to each other.
319. CONFETTI NATURESCAPES—
IMPRESSIONIST OF JAPAN
ENDO
BSS: 6; 11; 12; 22; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25
(med); 31; 40wt/50wt polyester threads; smoky
color monofilament invisible threads; metallic
threads; bobbin threads (preferable Superior
Bottom Line); quilting gloves; two to three
photos of nature; extra rotary cutter blades; Hyd
batting. Fabric: asst colors of scraps in dk, med,
and light; ¼yd solid for sky and water; Hyd
backing; 1yd black soft tulle.
320. MODERN SAMPLER
FITZGERALD
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 16; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25 (6in x
12in, 1in x 6in); 26 (1yd); 31; freezer paper
(12in x width of roll is enough).
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11; 22; 23 (45mm); 24 (12in x
18in); 25 (6in x 12in); 26 (45in sq); 31. Fabric:
Eight6Hin x 40in assorted solids; eight 3Hin x
40in assorted solids; Hyd sashing; 1yd border;
one 18in x 20in sashing accent fabric; 2Hin x
40in conrnerstones.
314. SILK NEEDLEBOOK
321. BAG OF HEXAGONS
313. PATCHWORK ILLUSIONS
BSS: 1; 4; 6; 7; 11; basting thread and long
needle. Fabric: 22in x 22in light colored cotton
for background; 16in sq dk colored cotton for
appliqué (thread should match appliqué color).
307. ANIMAL PORTRAITS
310. BRIDE’S BOUQUET/CORNUCOPIA
BSS: 7; 9; 32; two towels; 2-qt. bowl; kitchen
rubber gloves; plastic bag to carry wet towels.
ALL -DAY CLASSES
306. LET ME SURPRISE YOU! M O R E !
BULA
BSS: 6; 13; 5-6yds Steam-a-Seam2 or EZ Steam
II (avail in class for purchase); pressing sheet
(21in x 27in Fat Goddess by Misty Fuse) or
parchment paper; stiletto or tweezers; lg head
straight pins. Fabric: 1yd dk background.
312. FELTED LATTICE SCARF
OCTOBER 28
305. YOUR FIRST HAWAIIAN QUILT
309. ZINNIA—FABULOUS FUSIBLE FLOWERS
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CRAIG
BSS: 6.
315. A FINE LINE—
CREATING THE QUILTING DESIGN
CRUST
BSS: 18; sm spray bottle (opt); unfinished
quilt top.
316. ON AIR—CREATE YOUR OWN VIDEOS
FOR WORKSHOPS AND WEB
DAVILA
FORSTER
BSS: 4; 5; 6; 10; 11; 12; 16; 23 (45mm); 24
(18in x 24in); 25 (6in x 18in); 505 Spray Baste
if not using (12); strong thread to stitch handles
on with; 1yd x 44in batting. Fabric: Hyd of
Fabric 1 and ¼yd of Fabric 2 for outside of bag;
1yd x 44in lining; 6in tall ready-made handles;
1yd for inner bag.
322. REALISTIC THREAD PAINTING
HOLLAND
BSS: 6; 9; 12; 16; 21; 22; 20in sq pc of thin
cotton batting; 15in sq pc Wonder Under or
other fusible web brand (contact instructor
for clarification). Fabric: 20in sq good quality
fabric for backing; pc of sm print colored fabric
for background.
BSS: 18.
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323. UP, UP, AND AWAY BASKET
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BSS: 7; 18; 22; sm flat headed screwdriver; tape
measure; needle nose pliers; clothespins with
spring; old bath towel; sand paper (med and fine
grit); sm spray bottle for water.
324. QUILTS WITH GREAT EDGES
KANSIER
See 124 on Monday for supply list.
325. EQ7—I WANT TO LEARN MORE
KRANZ
BSS: 18; laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class.
(to be sure, log onto the computer you will be
using in class and open EQ7 a few days before arriving at the convention center) Alternative: For
students without EQ7, with prior email arrangement with the 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 class so class time
is not interrupted. Power supply for laptop;
external mouse compatible with laptop; mouse
pad; spare battery for mouse if wireless; EQ7
user manual (opt, for reference).
326. HAWAIIAN QUILTING
LABANARIS
BSS: 1; 3; 4; 6 (Gingher 5-C craft scissors are
the best for cutting 8 layers of fabric); 7; 8; 10;
11; 15; 16; 21; 22; 30; 1-2yds freezer paper;
white thread for basting. Fabric: 24in up to 44in
sq of two pcs of fabric in sharp contrasting
colors. You may bring a smaller amount if you
wish a sm piece (18in sq).Traditionally, solids
were used with one color white, but today’s
choices of batiks and hand-dyes are lovely.
Homework—come to class with your fabric
ironed into sharp quarters in the following
manner: Appliqué fabric—fold front or right
sides together, iron in half, then into quarters.
The resulting piece will have the wrong side of
the fabric on top. Background fabric—fold the
back or wrong sides together, iron in half, then
into quarters. The resulting piece will have the
right side of the fabric on top. Direct questions
to [email protected]
327. STAMP CARVING DESIGN AND CARVING
L A FAZIO
BSS: 18; 19; 21; Lino Cutting tool (handle
comes with five diff blades); two 4in x 6in rubber
carving blocks (brands like: Speedy-cut, soft Kut,
or EZ cut); fat tip Sharpie (any color); stamp pad
(Black StazOn brand recommended).
328. SIMPLIFIED SASHIKO DESIGNS
WITH THE WALKING FOOT
MASHUTA
BSS: 7; 9; 11; 12; 21; 22; 23 (med); 24 (med);
25 (med); 31; chalk pencil; Hyd batting (need
Dream Cotton Request or Warm and Natural);
18in colored shelf Contact paper (with gridded
backing paper) or freezer paper; three pcs 8.5in x
11in paper; painter’s or masking tape; Foolproof
Walking-Foot Quilting Designs (will use in class).
Fabric: 1yd solid or lightly figured.
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329. INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED DIGITIZING
WITH EQSTITCH
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BSS: laptop computer with EQStitch installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class
(to be sure, log onto the computer you will be
using in class and open EQStitch a few days
before arriving at the convention center.);
power supply for laptop; external mouse
compatible with laptop; mouse pad; spare
battery if mouse is wireless; EQStitch user
manual (opt, for reference).
330. THE ARCHEOLOGY OF YOUR CREATIVITY MONDAY
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339. COLOR FABRIC WITH PAINTS
WALTER
BSS: 6; 32; sm water spray bottle; six disposable
bowls or yogurt containers; partial roll freezer
paper; paper towels; cheap drop cloth. Fabric:
1yd plain white; addnl scraps or ugly duckling
fabric (opt).
LONGARM CLASSES
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MORNING SESSION
340. STUNNING BACKGROUND FILLER COMBOS— BLUHM
LONGARM HANDS-ON
BSS: 7; 13; 18; Photo of yourself as a child (opt);
favorite art supplies (opt); old magazine or two
(opt).
BSS: 9; drawing pad with no lines or grid;
soft pencil.
331. THOSE LITTLE EXTRAS
341. CLAUDIA’S FANTASTIC FREE-MOTION
BORDERS—LONGARM HANDS-ON
MONTANO
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 7; 8; 11; 13; 18; 22; 30; water
erasable pen; white Chako marker.
332. FASCINATING FASCINATORS
PFEIL
BSS: 18.
MUNIZ
MORNING CL ASSES
BSS: 6; 10; needle threader (if needed).
333. CHARLESTON ROSE—
MACHINE APPLIQUÉ TECHNIQUES
NICKELS
345. THINK BIG IN SMALL SPACES
BROWN
BSS: 9; machine quilting gloves (opt).
BSS: 22; sm embroidery scissors for precise
cutting of appliqué pieces; sz 80/12 Schmetz
Microtex Sharp sewing machine needles; pencil
and pencil sharpener; sm tweezers; 50wt cotton
thread in colors to match appliqué fabric (suggest
Mettler or Masterpiece from Superior Threads).
Fabric: 100% cotton fabric (suggest prewash
and press) as follows: 20in starched sq for
background and 10in starched sq for practice—
please use light color solid or bring light box if
using dk fabric; six to eight diff FQs for floral
appliqué (ex: green, red, orange, and yellow).
BSS: 4; 6; 8; 9; 10; 11; embroidery thread,
needle, and any embellishments like buttons and
beads to sew on your creations. Fabric: min
twelve 6in fabric sqs.
334. DANCING FEATHERS & PETALS
349. PUBLISH YOUR PATTERNS FOR PROFIT
B. OLSON
BSS: 6; 8; 11; 22; 26 (Hyd); 28; 30; 31; ¼yd
fusible (Steam-a-Seam works well); basting glue
stick. Fabric: Hyd solid background (hand-dyes
work well); for feathers: fifteen or more pcs that
can be ¼yds or FQs or a Jelly Roll—fabrics with
lines/veins, textures and shading, in lights &
meds; ¼yd novelty print with interesting motifs
for center.
335. PAINTING WITH TSUKINEKO ALL PURPOSE INKS
PEREZ
BSS: 6; 7; 16; 32; variety of sm round tip and flat
synthetic paint brushes; paint tray; cup for water.
336. SUNS AND MOONS
SASSAMAN
See 130 on Monday for supply list.
337. CARTOONING FOR QUILTERS!
SLEBODA
BSS: 6.
338. FABRIC PAINTING WITH THICKENED DYES
H. THOMAS
BSS: 32; 0.2mm to 0.4mm plastic cut in the
following sizes: four pcs approx 22in x 34in and
two pcs approx 22in x 64in. These szs do not
need to be exact.
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346. BORDERS BY DESIGN
BUCKLEY
BSS: 7; 15; 16; 18; approx 9in sq template plastic.
347. TOOLS & TIPS FOR BEGINNERS
BURTON
BSS: 18.
348. IT'S ALL ORNAMENTAL
FINGAL & JENISON
GOLLETZ
BSS: 18.
350. TEXTILE TREASURES: FOCUS—
NATURE’S DELIGHT
HADDRICK
BSS: 6; 16; 18; 24 (sm); 29; 30; 32; a newspaper; 12in freezer paper; three plastic disposable
plates for palettes; two 2in wide flat cheap pastry
brushes; three 500ml/16oz yogurt containers
for water containers; paper towel; sponge; 1yd
heavy plastic (like polythene plastic for covering
books) cut into A2 szs (16.5in x 23.4in); various
szs art paintbrushes; spray bottle (plant mister);
fresh garden leaves (basil, parsley, coriander,
geranium, flower petals, etc.), feathers and
shells, if possible. Fabric: 2yds 100% high quality
white cotton cut to A3 sz (11.7in x 16.5in); ¼yd
white and black print (stripes, dots).
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KINARD
BSS: 6; 7; 32. Fabric: 1-2yds of hand-dyed or
plain colored fabric (opt). Come with a sense of
open adventure!
353. FANTASTIC FREE-STYLING FEATHERS
LYON
BSS: 9; 18; 21; blue wash-out marker (avail for
purchase in class).
354. SAILOR’S DELIGHT
MARTIN
Supply list will be avail at
www.peggymartinquilts.com by June 1. Click on
Houston Festival Supply Lists, “Sailor’s Delight.”
355. COUNTRY THREADS—
THREAD PAINTING MADE EASY
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BSS: 4; 6; 11; 22; 23 (sm); 24 (sm); 25 (sm);
31; 40ft of 3/16in-7/32in wide clothesline rope
(Cotton or cotton-wrapped polyester but NO
100% nylon or polyester—too stiff and it’ll break
sewing machine needles); min 500yds thread to
match your fabric (variegated thread works well
but if you bring heavy weight (30 or 40wt), bring
sz 90 sewing machine needles); stiletto or
pointed tool. Fabric: ten to twelve 1.25in x WOF
strips or total of 13-14yds of strips—scraps or
coordinated as in Jelly Roll packs (tightly woven
fabric such as batiks work really well since they
don’t fray easily). Advanced Prep: stitch the strips
together, end to end, with diagonal seams, which
are trimmed and pressed open to reduce bulk.
352. PRINT! PAINT! PLAY!
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356. DIMENSIONAL SILK EMBROIDERY BY MACHINE SHAW
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370. FORMAL AND FLORAL COMBOS
BLUHM
IN FREE-MOTION—LONGARM HANDS-ON
BSS: 9; drawing pad with no lines or grid;
soft pencil.
371. (P)FUN (P)FEILING (P)FEATHERS—
LONGARM HANDS-ON
PFEIL
BSS: 18.
SHELL
BSS: 6; 7; 18; 21. Fabric: six to twelve FQs in
solid colors and prints.
358. HOME TWEET HOME
STUART
372. FRIEDA’S FREE-MOTION MACHINE QUILTING
F. ANDERSON
BSS: 6; 9; 12; 50wt cotton quilting thread in two
contrasting colors (not white, beige, or cream—
for example: orange and blue, red and green, or
other contrasting colors); six to eight sets of 15in
sq cotton quilt sandwiches (top, batting, lining)
with solid color fabric or muslin so you can see
your stitchery and cotton batting (preferred, but
you may practice on polyester) cut to match
your fabric—for example, 15in sqs (sandwiches
should be assembled, not thread basted, just
safety pinned around the outside edges); Frieda’s
Handbook of Machine Quilting Patterns; pillow to sit
on in case the chairs are low or hard (opt).
359. SEW CONSTRUCTIVE
WALKER
BSS: 6; 9; 11; 31.
360. TINY HOMES
WASILOWSKI
BSS: 6; 10; 22; 23 (45mm); 24 (18in); 25
(18in); decorative blades like pinking, wavy, or
scallop (opt); tweezers (opt); 18in sq batting.
Fabric: 18in sq backing.
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379. JELLY ROLL STRINGS AND MORE
BACON
KINARD
BSS: 6; 7; 18; 32. Fabric: 2yds dyed cloth; 1yd
plain white or neutral cloth. See supply list at
www.LyricKinard.com/thermofaqs2
381. FREE-MOTION FILLS FOR THE MODERN QUILTER LYON
See 256 on Tuesday morning for supply list.
382. JELLY ROLL JIVE
MARTIN
See 142 on Monday morning for supply list.
383. THREAD SKETCHED PORTRAITS
PRINCE
BSS: 9; 11; 18; 40wt polyester or rayon thread in
the following colors: med dk brown, med brown,
med light brown for face; crème; white; addnl
rayon or polyester threads in all shades of brown
from your stash; 6in or 7in wooden or plastic
machine embroidery hoop (avail for sale in
class); tweezers.
384. EMBROIDERED SILK SCARF
374. TEMPLATE-BASED MACHINE QUILTING
BSS: 8; 9; 11; 18.
BROWN
HALL
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 15; 16; 22; 23 (sm); 24 (sm);
25 (sm); 31; min thirty-six 8in sq tracing paper
foundation squares (an ordinary pad of 8.5in x
11in works well, cut down, there is no need for
expensive paper). Fabric: one set of Jelly Roll
strips for a lap quilt or two sets for a bed quilt;
add a few strips of diff width coordinating fabrics
from your stash for more interesting designs.
BSS: 18.
SHAW
BSS: 9; machine quilting gloves (opt).
385. HEART THROB
375. HAND AND MACHINE APPLIQUÉ
THE KAREN KAY BUCKLEY WAY
BSS: 6; 7; 9; 16; 22; needle threader (opt).
BUCKLEY
386. IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS
BSS: 18.
STUART
STULL
BSS: 18.
376. PRECISION & PANACHE
CLEVELAND
BSS: 18.
387. SIMPLY SEWING WITH SILK
WALKER
BSS: 6; 9; 11; 31.
377. FABRIC BEADS
FAIRES
BSS: 6; 32; Tupperware type container with lid
about 6in sq or round and 4in deep; disposable
rubber gloves (opt); old wash cloth (opt); more
photos and info at www.lyndafaires.com
378. TEXTILE TREASURES: PRINT
BSS: 6; 7; 16; 22; 30.
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AFTERNOON CLASSES
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 8; 11; 18.
357. MODERN BRODERIE PERSE
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plain cotton (cut into A3 sz approx.<11.7in x
16.5in>) hand-dyed, paler batik, homespun,
pastel and neutral flat colors, white, or cream.
LONGARM CLASSES
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AFTERNOON SESSION
373. TIME FOR TEA QUILT
BSS: 9; 11; 18; 40wt rayon or polyester thread in
the following colors: dk brown for tree limbs and
flower center; variegated summer or spring green
for tree canopy (avail for sale in class); charcoal
for barbwire; med brown for fence; dk green,
med green for grass (opt); variegated orchid for
flowers; addnl rayon or polyester threads from
your stash; 6in wooden or plastic machine
embroidery hoop.
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BSS: 6; 7; 14; 15; 18; 22; 24 (sm); 30; 32; a
newspaper; A4 sketchbook (8.5in x 11in) with
inspiration like photos, pics, drawings, sm items
of your theme (ex: leaves); two lg white vinyl
erasers; 2in wide flat cheap pastry brush; sz 6
pointed bristle art brush; two sm sponge rollers;
12in ruler; three plastic disposable plates for
palettes; three med plastic tubs (like 500ml/16oz
yogurt container) for water pots; hairdryer; 12in
freezer paper; stencil knife; six or more blocks of
wood cut into print block sizes—three each of 3in
sq and 6in x 3in; tea towel; paper towel; kitchen
sponge; very sm amounts of cotton lace, plastic
doily, bubblewrap, or other textures that will
print (opt). Fabric: 2yds various light colored
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Thursday & Friday
OCTOBER 29 & 30
TWO-DAY CL ASS
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( EARLY SESSION)
400. AMAZING MACHINE APPLIQUÉ—
EVERY TECHNIQUE YOU'LL EVER NEED!
NAYLOR
BSS: 1; 3; 4; 6; 7; 8; 11; 13; 14; 15; 16; 18; 21;
22; 23 (45mm); 24 (med); 25 (12in); 26 (min
1yd); 28; 40wt polyester thread for satin stitch;
neutral reel Superior Threads Bottom Line
thread; tear-away type stabilizer; Steam-a-Seam
type stabilizer; variety narrow rick rack trim
(opt); Karen Kay Buckley’s Perfect Circle
templates. Fabric: min 1.5yds background; asst
print and plain fabrics of FQ sz and smaller to
contrast with background fabric; FQ of batik
fabric. Students can email instructor with queries
at [email protected]
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