Pick one great fabric to create a stunning block One-Block Wonder quilt! Laurie will teach students the endless ways to turn preprinted fabric panels into fabulous blocks, using quilt expert and best-selling author Maxine Rosenthal, along with fellow quilter Nancy Miller's book. This technique uses identical 60-degree triangles to make kaleidoscopic hexagons. Terrific fun and the results are almost always dramatic and unexpected.
Watch the intro video to learn more!
- One Block Wonder Panel Quilts book (included in class fee)
-Probably 4+ yards of a large-scale print – see notes below. You’ll need seven repeats, wbich includes the panel.I like to purchase extra fabric to incorporate the original into the borders or backing. See your book; ideally you want a large repeat, at least 24 inches.
-Ruler with clear 60-degree mark. You may use a specialty 60-degree ruler. I recommend the Hex N More Ruler by Jaybird Quilts or the Creative Grids 60 degree ruler. DO NOT use your Tri-Recs triangle ruler, it’s not 60 degrees.
-Flower-head (flat headed) pins
-Standard sewing supplies: rotary cutter, self-healng mat, thread, etc. NEW rotary cutter blade strongly recommended. Sewing machine you’re comfortable using.
-Reducing glass or phone/camera to review layout
-Forked pins helpful for final assembly
-A piece of batting or flocked table cloth for use as a display wall.
|Thu, Apr 13, 2023 at 10:30 am to 1:30 pm|
Thu, Apr 20, 2023 at 10:30 am to 1:30 pm