Shining Brightly

Description of Class

Shining Brightly class will include some new tips and tricks for creating a miniature quilt. It is constructed “strippy style”, a method that eliminates unnecessary seams, thus simplifying construction. We will cover how to most easily make quarter square triangles accurately. The original quilt is made with linen as the background fabric (which is what will be used in the kit as well). For that reason, we will also cover the ins and outs of using unusual fabrics in a quilt, including discussion on when to use fusibles to stabilize the background.

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Seats Left

Teacher: Krisanne Watkins
PHONE: 801-310-0234
Finished Size: 69″x69″
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Time: Friday, April 3rd 2:00-5:00pm
Classroom: 301
Pattern: $10 (Paid to teacher on day of the class)
Kit: No kit

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Fabric Requirements:
1 yard neutral background fabric
5/8 yard red print (block centers, binding)
Assorted scraps (24 prints) at least 4 by 12 inches
Neutral Thread
Rotary Cutting Equipment (Rotary Cutter, Mat, 6 inch acrylic ruler with diagonal line)
Design board: 1 yard neutral flannel

Cutting Instructions:

Click here for Shining Brightly Pre-cutting Instructions

Supplies needed:

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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