Learn all the basic techniques for making a quilt. This seven-part class will take you through all the steps from choosing fabrics, cutting, sewing together, squaring, and finally, to sandwiching and binding.
Machine is provided during class; however, you will need a machine for homework.
Before attending this class, you should be familiar with the basic operation of your machine including threading, winding bobbin, and lubrication. If you are not familiar with your machine, please contact Stitcher's Quest to set up a private lesson on machine operation. The instructor owes class time to the students learning new sewing skills, so please know the basics of your machine before class. We also appreciate the opportunity to help with your selection if you are considering a machine purchase.
You will need to choose fabric prior to the first class. You will make the crib size during class.
SQ will provide a Bernina 325/335 for in-class sessions; however, you will still need a machine for homework. A sewing machine in good working order, quarter inch foot, and a walking foot for your machines
rotary cutting mat, rotary cutter, rotary cutting ruler, 75 sharp machine needles and a 80 sharp top stitching machine needles, seam ripper.
fabric, Batting, thread to match.
We will also be going over the supplies in the first class.