Description of Class
I LOVE scrappy quilts and I hate to throw away any size of strip. I also LOVE half square triangles, so this was a fun quilt to design and make. It goes together fairly quickly and makes a nice queen-sized quilt. You can go through your stash, your scrap bag, or maybe this will require a trip to the fabric store. Any way you choose to do it, it should turn out great!
Teacher: Brenda Bailey
Finished Size: 85"x105"
Skill Level: All
Class Time: Saturday, April 7th 8:30-11:30am
Pattern: $5 (Paid to teacher in class)
a. More scrappy – 16 – 1/3-yard pieces
b. Less scrappy – 8 – 5/8-yard pieces
c. Not scrappy - 4 ¾ yard
2. Color 1 – 1/3 to ½ yard of at least six fabrics - a total of about 3 yards
Color 2 – 1/3 to 3/8 yard of at least six fabrics – a total of about 2 ½ yards
Color 3 – ¼ to 3/8 yard of at least six fabrics – a total of about 2 yards
Color 4 – ¼ to 3/8 yard of at least six fabrics – a total of about 2 yards
Color 5 – 1/8 – ¼ yard of at least six fabrics – a total of about 1 ¼ yards
NOTE: The more fabrics you use, the scrappier it will look. The amounts are not exact, because it will depend on how wide you cut your strips.
NOTE: If you are using scraps, you can just use any strip that is from 1 ½” to 3” wide and at least 21” long.
3. 12 ½” SQUARE RULER
4. MECHANICAL PENCIL
1.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)