Sunday, June 24, 2012

Past Event: Still room in Ann Horton's workshop

The Ann Horton workshop has a few openings left; you do NOT need to be an EBHQ member to attend.  (I think there workshop fee is a few dollars less if you're a member.)

Here's a revised supply list:

Designing Quilts for Textured Embellishment

Fabric pieces (fat quarter size) for sky, hills, foreground and leaves
Unusual textured fabrics such as upholstery fabrics, nubby knits, etc. (optional)
Pieces of yarn, fuzzy threads, wool roving, etc. (optional)
2 border fabrics: larger border (1/2 yd.) and narrow border (1/4 yd.)
Cotton batting and 1 yd. backing fabric
Thread – general sewing and rayon in assorted colors for embroidery and thread work
Stabilizer: 1 yd. light to med weight tear away for embroidery and 1 yd. rinse away
Sewing supplies: scissors, pins, acrylic ruler, rotary cutter, matt, hand sewing needle
Free motion quilting foot or darning foot
Small appliqué iron ( optional - if you have one it will be handy) and small pressing pad
Paper, freezer paper, pencil and paper scissors
Additions to this list, from email:
A small hoop (5 to 6 inches) for our thread painting technique
A piece of organza - any color - about the size of a fat quarter (I'll have extra if you can't find some by Monday)
Hand sewing needles for some basted applique techniques
A fabric that has a bird (or fish) on it that you could include in your small quilt project
A few fabrics that include large flowers, etc. that you could include on your project, if desired

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