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Workshops - Sweet Hearts (6 hour workshop)

Sweet Hearts (6 hour workshop)

Supply list

(Class fee: $8, includes pattern and handouts.This will be collected by the teacher by the end of class)

  • Rotary cutter
  • Mat
  • Rotary rulers (I suggest 6" x 1” &  6”x 6”)
  • Straight pins
  • Seam ripper
  • Sharp pencil
  • Sewing machine, setup with off-white or gray thread, extra bobbins, new sewing machine needle
  • Can of Magic Sizing or light spray sizing (available in laundry aisle in grocery store) or Best Press

FABRIC:

Hearts – pick three colors you like to use together. You will need a medium value of each color as well as a dark of each color. You will need ¼ yard of each medium and each dark.  Tone on tone fabrics work best. (Example: Moda Marbles)

Background: Select a light background, without much pattern. A light batik works well: 3/8 yard 

Border: 3/8 yard  (This can be purchased later)

Binding: 3/8 yard (This can be the same fabric as the border. )

Cut before class:

Cutting Chart for Sweet Hearts Runner

Position in Quilt

First Cut

Second Cut

Medium – front of hearts

(1) 3½” strip across the width of three colors

(4) 3 ½” x 6 ½” rectangles from each color

Dark – sides of hearts

(1) 3½” x 12” strip from each color

(2) 3 ½” square from each color and  (2) 1 ½” x 3 ½” rectangle from each color

Dark – sides of hearts

(1) 1 ½”  x 10” strip from each color

(6) 1 ½” square from each color

Dark – sides of heart

(1) 2 ¼”  x 2 ¼” square from each color  

 

 

 

 

Light Background

(1) 3 ½” strip across the width

(6)  3 ½” square

(6) 1 ½” x 3 ½” rectangle

 

Light Background

(1) 2½” x 18”  strip

(6) 2 ½” square

Light Background

(1) 1 ½” x 20” strip

(12) 1 ½” squares

Light Background

(1) 2 ¼”  x 8” strip

(3) 2 ¼” squares

 

Light – inner border

(use same fabric as background)

(3) 1 ½” strips across the width

 


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