Hannah Dustin Quilt Guild - Quilt As You Go ~ 2016
May 2, 2016
|Details:||Hannah Dustin Quilt Guild - Quilt As You Go Lecture & Workshop
Hudson Community Building
Quilt As You Go Workshop - Adele Scott
There are many ways to deal with the bulk of machine quilting. Learn some of the creative ways quilters have come up with to solve this problem. The right prep, products and techniques will get you quilting those larger quilts.
Any quilt can be quilted in “sections” but the method you use will depends on the quilt pattern, at what point you decide to “quilt as you go” and the materials used.
Student Supply List:
Good sewing machine [must do zigzag] with all regular accessories,
Walking foot, ¼” foot
Neutral colored thread
General sewing supplies – scissors, pins, fabric marker, rotary cutter, ruler etc.
#505 Quilt Basting Spray or #101 Web Bond [optional]
Any quilt patterns, pictures or existing quilts to discuss if you’d like
Kit fee for all materials: $20
Supply for classroom:
At least two irons and cutting mat stations
These products will be discussed in class; bring if you have.
I’ll have on hand to purchase if you’re interested after you see what they’re for.
#101 Web Bond [Fabric Glue Stick]
Bargello bag and Table-runner pattern
Frixion marker, white chalk marker
Q tools Cutting Edge strips
Rotary cutters & rulers, flower head pins
Marti Michell batting tape
Fun & Done Patterns
Books – Baffling Your Quilt – Aunties Two
Machine Quilting in Sections – Marti Michell