Maximum: 20 students
Advanced Beginners to Advanced
1/2 day or 1 day workshop
While creating two projects, learn to identify and join divergent angles. This skill empowers you to piece any randomly divided block or untraditional lay-out of oddly fractured seams. Discover how to create mirror image and continuos templates which results in seemingly deamless designs. This product and process class is focused more on valuable technique than design.
NOTE: *An asterisk means that this important item will be available for sale in the classroom so don’t waste time finding it on your own if not convenient. Fabric and supplies will available for sale in guild classes.
|1. 8 1/2" x 11" sheets of tracing paper|
|2. Thin rulers (PREFERRED AND AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN CLASS: C-Thru 6"" x 1")|
3. Sharp pencils with ample and accessible erasers
|*4. Extra fine-point permanent marker. (PREFERRED AND AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN CLASS: Multimark S/Faber Castell)|
|*5. Method to mark dark fabric. *PREFERRED AND AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN CLASS: Uniball Silver Gel Pen)|
|6. Fabric scissor|
|7. Template/paper scissors: A template scissor should not be the discarded kitchen shears or shaped for a five-year-old's hand. It is the essential, indispensible tool from which all other acts follow. I use OlfasCS-1 multipurpose scissors.|
|8. Set-up for rotary cutting, including a rotary cutter, ruler and mat.|
|9. Sewing machine with well-defined quarter-inch seam allowance guide + single hole throat plate|
|10. General sewing supplies including fine pins and black thread|
|11. Ziplock baggies to hold templates|
FABRIC: 7-10 fat quarters of coordinating fabrics, solid or patterned.