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Bring a smile, a kind word, a happy face and you will enjoy the day much more! Cameras are welcome in all my classes. Show and tell of other projects done in my classes are always a treat. Basic supplies that make you happy during class are things you can bring. If you like a chair, bring it, but if you can't, then understand the one you get to use in class is one you didn't have to lug. This goes for lots of other things, too.

If you are taking a class at a show or special location be sure that this list hasn't been changed to suit the location. Such as irons, kit prices, tools to bring...these can change with the venue.

Let's Be Friends

A mystery class is always fun and this one will also take you on the adventure of meeting the other people in your class. You will be exchanging strips, cutting them up and sewing them into a wonderful pattern. You might even have some strips left over to sew a border!

saturated batik fabricUsing only Batik fabric, we will start with a strip exchange. This will give us a lot of different fabrics/colors to work with. This is my example of a saturated batik fabric.

**Batik fabrics are mostly sold at Quilt shops. They are dyed and most of them have no wrong side. When purchasing this fabric for class, remember that you will also be getting fabrics from others and it would be nice if each of you gave your favorite color!

Houston Quilt Festival Class 2024 #200 Tues/Wed

Supply List Will Be Posted no later than AUG 1. Do NOT use Class 1 supply list. New list coming. Stayed tuned.

For Class 1 you will need

  • Mat
  • ruler to use with rotary cutter
  • rotary cutter with a new blade
  • triangle tool such as Easy Angle (available for purchase in class if you don't have it)
  • Tri-Rec tool (available for purchase in class if you don't have it)
  • sewing machine with all the cords
  • seam ripper
  • 1/4" foot
  • snips to cut thread
  • gray or other neutral color thread
  • most of all a Happy Face!
  • 2 yards of (1) Batik fabric FABRIC A
  • 2 yards of a saturated color Batik FABRIC B photo included *
  • 3 yards of background fabric. This can be a white on white, plain white, off white, black or a solid fabric that you want to use as a background. (This doesn't have to be batik fabric) FABRIC C

Before class you need to cut

  • Fabric A; Cut (25) 2 1/2" strips (or number of students in class) these will be used for the exchange. **2 yards will be enough to cut 25 strips
  • Fabric B; Cut (11) 4 1/2" strips then use (6) of these strips to cut (48) 4 1/2" squares
  • Fabric C; Cut (11) 2 1/2" strips, (4) 4 1/2" strips and (12) 12 1/2" squares. [if you don't have a large square ruler to make these squares one will be available in class]
  • A pattern will be given so you can make this again!

Let Me Surprise You!

  • Seam ripper
  • Neutral thread
  • Pins
  • If sewing machine isn't provided, sewing machine and all that makes it run, new needle and bring extras.
  • Iron/ironing surface.
  • Kit is required for this class.

Simple Machine Quilting

  • Machine quilting gloves (if you have them)
  • Snips for cutting threads.
  • Kit provided. Kit fee $15
  • Machine that lowers the feed dogs and machine quilting or darning foot
  • New quilting or #90/14 needle in machine, bring extra needles
  • At least 2 empty bobbins.

Fantastic Fans

  • 1/4 yard of at least 8 different fabrics for the petals. IF using scraps be sure to have at least 9"of usable area.
  • 1 1/2 yards of background
  • Rulers - 12 1/2" or larger, square ruler
  • Rotary cutter, mat
  • Seam ripper
  • Neutral thread
  • Invisible thread (monofilament ) or decorative thread for applique of fans
  • Pins
  • If sewing machine isn't provided, sewing machine and all that makes it run, new needle.
  • Chop stick OR knitting needle
  • Iron/ironing surface.
  • Be sure to put a new blade in your cutter before class.

The Cure (Taking the Mystery Out of Color)

  • 1/4 yard or fat quarters of (10) or more different fabrics that read as a solid or are solid. Also 1/2 yard or more of a multi colored print. Please mark these fabrics in some way with your name so you can ID them later in class. They will not be sewn, but will be moved around the room and mixed up with others.
  • Your favorite quilt book (with patterns)
  • A favorite book or magazine with lots of color that you like.

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