Tue, Mar 17|
Location is TBD
CANCELLED-Paula Nadelstern "60/30 Kaleidoscope" to be rescheduled
Time & Location
Mar 17, 2020, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Location is TBD
About the Event
Below please find the requested supply list. Please let everyone know Paula will be bringing the unusual pens and template plastic for sale so they do not have to search. Also, she willl bring lots of fabric for sale cut in 1-yard cuts, so mostly they just have to bring machine sewing supplies. The fabric she will bring will be great for this class so they can come without fabric. I accept credit card, cash, check. We'll need a couple of irons for the whole class..
*1. Sheets of see-thru plastic template material with an 8 to the inch grid with darker blue lines denoting inch lines. AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN CLASS : Visi-Grid (C&T Publisher)
*2. Extra fine-point permanent marker. PREFERRED AND AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN CLASS: Multimark S/Faber Castell Fine point
*3. Method to mark dark fabric. PREFERRED AND AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN CLASS: Uniball Silver Gel Pen)
4. A sharp fabric scissor (consider Karen Kay Buckley’s 6” Perfect Scissors)
5. Template scissor (consider OLFA Multi Purpose 5" with serrated edge)
6. Sharp pencil with erasers 7. Set-up for rotary cutting, including a small rotary cutter, ruler and mat. OPTIONAL: Brooklyn Revolver (cutting mat mounted on a lazy susan)
8. Sewing machine with well-defined quarter-inch seam allowance guide + single hole throat plate if available
9. General sewing supplies including fine pins and black thread
10. A few ziplock baggies to hold templates
1 yard each of two different multi-colored, bilaterally symmetrical fabrics with 8 repeats. A motif with bilateral symmetry can be divided into identical halves by a line passing through the center. A fabric printed with 16 colors gets better results than one with fewer like five colors. The two fabrics should be different patterns, not necessarily matchy-matchy but work well together.
Depending on the repeat size, this will be ample fabric for 3 to 4 blocks, which is sufficient for a 1-day class.