This original pattern is a modern mix of lines and circles (hence the name). The squiggly lines are inspired by the ski tracks so often seen in the winter. The sample uses hand dyed fabrics, but any fabric will work. The circles are machine appliquéd on the top. Each section uses a different quilting pattern for interest. The sections are machine stitched, using a turned under edge on a flat edge. New technique, new quilt, new fun!
Teacher: Susan Garrity
Skill Level: All Skill Levels
Class Time: Saturday, April 1st 8:30-11:30 am & 2:00-5:00pm
Finished Size: 34" x 47"
Pattern: $10.00 Paid to the teacher in class
1 yard each of 9 or 10 different colors for the background
Circles – use the remaining bits of background fabrics, or scraps from previous projects (approx.. 10 fat quarters)
Basic Sewing Kit (Machine in good working order, machine cord/pedal, straight pins, fabric scissors, paper scissors, needles, thread, notebook, pen/pencils, 18” ruler, rotary cutter, cutting mat, iron, and of course chocolate)
Box of freezer paper
1 ½ yards of fusible (like steam a steam 2, light or regular)
40 weight (recommended) threads for accent or to blend with circle colors
Package of stabilizer paper (your choice of type, medium weight)
Clear, polyester monofilament thread (regular or smoke)