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Workshop: Quilt the "Mini" Wholecloth Quilt

Have you always wanted to try making a wholecloth quilt? Join your fellow guild members for this special workshop. Pat Delaney will teach us to use machine quilting to quilt a darling “Mini” wholecloth quilt.

Plan out fresh ideas for machine quilting by stitching out a mini, premarked wholecloth quilt. The 16” x 16” size makes a doable project. Go beyond the usual and refresh your ideas for traditional or modern quilts. You will find many designs to use on your next quilt-mini or full size.

Quilt the Mini Supply List

Extra safety pins size small
Blue washout marker
Basic sewing supplies
Best machine capable of lowered feed dogs, in good working order, and book
Free motion foot
New needles size #70 or #75 quilting, embroidery, topstitch, or microtex
Cotton thread preferably Aurifil, Mettler, Superior, Sulky, etc. 50 weight
Thread and bobbin, cream, tan and/or any color you’d like on cream fabric
Optional quilter's extension table if you have one
Quilter's gloves, fingertips or non-greasy hand cream (i.e. Neutrogena)
2  practice quilt sandwiches, muslin top and backing, cotton or wool batting, pinned or spray basted
Backing fabric of your choice 20” x 20”, choose something pale so there will be no “see through”
Pencil and paper
Slider Teflon mat (optional, but encouraged, I will bring some)

$17 Kit fee includes batting and pre-marked mini wholecloth quilt top 16” x 16”  

Earlier Event: November 17
Speaker: Pat Delaney
Later Event: December 15
Program: Winter Holiday Party