Quilt As You Go Workshop - Rail Fence - May 24 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Quilt as you go is a great technique to learn because you can adapt it for anything, quilts, playmats, wall art, smaller scale projects like placemats or table runners. It's also very satisfying because your project is really finishing as you go. No wrestling with the big quilt sandwich under your machine. It's also a terrific way to use up batting scraps because you're layering, quilting and joining smaller sections all the way along.
The workshop will include instructions and a thorough understanding of the technique, plus you'll have started a new quilt project.
Teacher - Shirley Dawson
Timing - May 24 - 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (A light lunch and snacks will be provided)
Fabric Requirements and Supplies list -
• Store will provide Olpha cutting boards but you may bring a small one if you
wish, we are working on blocks that are 10 1/2”
• Rotary cutter
• Ruler - 12” square ruler is helpful
• Seam ripper
• Batting - 30 scraps at least 8” square or a crib quilt batt
• Thread - colour of which will show on the back of the quilt
-complimentary scraps at least 8” in length and widths 1 1/2” to 2 1/2”
in width, you don't need to pre-cut these if bringing your own fabric
you will need approx. 150 strips of varying widths.
-2 1/3 yd backing fabric, your choice, flannel or solid cotton or it can
have a small non-directional print
• Sewing Machine
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