Description of Class

Pemberley is a very fun quilt to make. I consider it to be a planned scrappy quilt in that many scraps are used, but some of the fabrics are the same throughout the entire quilt. It is a fairly easy quilt to make. We will learn a few methods of making flying geese, and a great way to make several half square triangles at one time. Also, a diagonal setting (and the math necessary to figure it out) will be covered.

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Teacher: Krisanne Watkins
PHONE: 801-310-0234
Finished Size: 70″x87″
Skill Level: Beginner to Advanced
Class Time: Friday, April 3rd 8:30-11:30am
Classroom: 301
Pattern: $10 (Paid to teacher on day of the class)
Kit: Optional kit is $175, will be pre-cut (Paid to teacher on day of the class)

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Fabric Requirements:
¾ yards Cream
½ yards White
1 ¼ yards pale gold
6 yards large scale floral (border, blocks and binding)
4-4 ½ yards assorted prints (scraps, fat eighths, fat quarters)

Cutting Instructions:

Click here for Pemberley Precutting Instructions

Supplies needed:
rotary cutting kit including mat,
rotary cutter,
small (6 inch acrylic ruler),
approximately 6×24 inch ruler

BSK (Basic Sewing Kit: Sewing Machine in working order with power cord & foot pedal, thread, extra sewing needle, straight pins, paper scissors, fabric scissors, seam ripper, rotary cutter with a fresh blade, a ruler that is sufficient for the class, cutting mat, paper & pens/pencil for taking notes, iron and your favorite treats)

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