Labyrinth

Description of Class

How about a pieced quilt look without piecing? This labyrinth uses a fun no-sew technique that gives your finished a raggy shaggy look when it’s washed. The more it’s washed, the cuter it looks! I designed it to use 10″ squares, to make fabric selection simple, too! We will get the top almost completely done in class and ready to be quilted. I’ll show you some tricks so that you can quilt it on your conventional machine, if you desire!

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Teacher: Bonnie Folkner
PHONE: (435)851-0719
EMAIL: pieplatepatterns@gmail.com
Finished Size: 62" x 76" (without border)
Skill Level: All
Class Time: Friday, April 6th 8:30-11:30am
Pattern: $10 (Paid to teacher in class)
Kit: None

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Fabric Requirements:
Background - 4 yards for labyrinth base
Square and Rectangles - 40 - 10" squares (or 1 Layer Cake)

Pre-work:
Cutting Instructions: Background - Cut into 2 - 2 yard segments and stitch together along selvage edges.
(If you’ll come to class with this sewn together, you won’t need your machine)
Use 10” squares (or Layer Cake) to cut the following:
Cut 6- 10” x 10”
Cut 9- 9 - 3” x 3”
Cut 8- 1 - 3” x 10” 1 - 6 1/2” x 6 1/2” 1 - 3” x 6 1/2”
Cut 9 -1 - 3” x 10” 1 - 6 1/2” x 10”
Cut 8 - 1 - 6 1/2” x 6 1/2” 2 - 3” x 6 1/2” 1 - 3” x 3”

Supplies needed:
Basic Sewing Kit - NO sewing machine necessary
Elmer's School Washable Glue - I'll have some available with a special small tip for $3.00 (please let me know if you want one)
Water Soluble Marking Pen or Pencil
Long Ruler

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