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Scrappy but not Crappy - Sectional Quilt

As quilters we make quilts of various sizes. Many of us stitch our assembled quilt sandwiches on our sewing machines. That’s not a problem for baby and youth sized quilts. But machine quilting a larger quilt can be tough. It can be done, but oh my – the aching arms and shoulders.

One way to make this task easier is to machine quilt in sections. You piece your quilts in sections, then quilt them that way too. This class will teach you several joining techniques to stitch your quilts in smaller, more manageable segments on your sewing machine. You will also learn how to use a narrow quilting ruler to quickly stitch a straight line, square, or diamond pattern on your quilt sandwich.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: You'll need to know how to use your sewing machine.
Materials Included: Materials needed and not included in the class price are:
Requirements: sewing machine standard sewing foot walking foot Sewing machine slide on table (if you have one) #14/90 sharp or topstitch needles size 40 thread in a bold or bright color (you can use size 50 but 40 works better) be sure to bring bobbins pre-wound with bright thread (does not need to match upper thread) standard hand sewing needle scissors rotary cutter 8- 12 quilting safety pins (the curved ones) straight pins Sewing fabric and batting will be provided.
Instructor: Deneen Pond

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.