Various types of triangles can be cut from strip sets; we will be cutting pairs of triangles that are sewn together along their short sides unlike the usual half-square triangle units, in which you sew along the long side of the triangle. Two strips are sewn together along both long edges. Triangles are then cut from the strip set. The result is pairs of triangles already sewn together along one edge. Using this method is quicker than handling little individually cut triangles -- A bonus in any quilter's busy life.
This unique technique is intended to provide the confident beginners to the well-experienced quilter one more method for the modern piecer to experience.
Supply List: Or choose your own colors based on the picture below
Twin Peaks Book (Gayle Bong) (email or call Nancy Fosburgh if you would like to purchase a book through her as the instructor)
1½ yards of white fabric for background (white-on-white or cream-on-cream small prints work best)
1-3/8 yards of blue fabric for blocks, border, and binding (or your choice of a dark fabric)
1-1/8 yard of tan fabric for blocks and inner border (this color creates the 3-D dimension look for the quilt)
3/8 yard of red fabric for blocks (or your choice of a coordinating dark fabric)
3¼ yards of fabric for backing|
53" x 60" piece of batting
Cutting Mat -- (Large rotating cutting mat optional but nice)
24" x 8½" ruler or 24" x 6½" ruler
8½" square ruler (for squaring block)
45mm or 60mm Rotary Cutter & a new blade
Pins/Pin Holder/Scissors/Neutral Tread/Bobbins/et al
Working Sewing Machine. Cord. Foot pedal.
Smiles & Good Cheer along with all your other favorite
sewing notions that make quilting class fun & easy for you!!
See you in Class!
Nancy Fosburgh, instructor
9:00 AM -- 3:30 PM
Cost of class is $10.00.
Potluck. Bring what you like to eat. BYO utensils and plate.
Immanuel Lutheran Church
7810 S.E. 15th. Street