4242022: Tucker University - Sophomore Year School of Design 2-1201
Quilt as desire! What does that mean? The quilting can add or take away from the quilt pattern. Plan your quilting to be completed by yourself or your favorite long arm quilter. We will cover topics regarding the quilt patter, batting, and thread choices when it comes to the actual quilting of your original design.
Did you know there are several different ways that you can bind your quilt? Learn about some options that your may want to incorporate in your original quilt.
Lab time will be designed for pencil/paper quilting practice or sewing time.
You should be finishing up your quilt! Now we are ready to talk about quilting and binding.
Bring your Planning Sheet from class 1 Bring all your quilt pieces or your finished top
Basic Sewing Supplies: Sewing Machine in good working condition, bring power cords and manual Thread neutral Machine needles - replace with a new one prior to class Snips or trimming scissors Seam ripper
Basic Quilting Supplies: Rotary cutter with a sharp blade Marking Pencil - I recommend the Sewline mechanical pencil or the micron pigma marker size .01 Small cutting mat Straight edge ruler approx. 6" x 12" - I really recommend the 8 1/2" x 24 as you will be cutting WOF Invisigrip on back of all your tools Best Press or light starch All Studio 180 Tools and Magic Wand All Design and Technique sheets from Freshman Year and Sophomore Year
Sun, Apr 24, 2022 at Noon to 4:00 pm
Studio 180 Certified Instructor