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 What :  Scrappy Seas Ahead - Storm at Sea Quilt Class #1




Scrappy Seas Ahead
- Storm at Sea Quilt Class

Make this Storm at Sea quilt with ease using Studio 180
Design's "Diamond Rects" tool. Use scraps or a planned color scheme
and one background fabric to create this awesome quilt. This class is for
intermediate to advanced level quilters.

Instructor: Nikki Mundt    2-part class, Fee: $45

Sunday, Sept. 3 - 11AM to 4:30PM  And Sunday, Sept. 17 - 11AM to 4:30PM



Scrappy Seas Ahead

A Storm at Sea Quilt


Supply List

 

Sundays, September 3 & 17, 2017

11:00am – 4:30pm

 

Nikki Mundt, Instructor

nikkersquilts@gmail.com

Diamond Rects® tool by Deb Tucker for Studio 180 Designs

Sewing Machine (in good working order)

General Sewing Notions (pins, seam ripper, tape measure, etc…)

Rotary Cutter

Rotary Cutting Mat

6” or 6 1/2” x 24” Ruler (and any other rulers you love to work with)

8 1/2” Square Ruler

Scrappy Seas Ahead Pattern

Gallon and Quart Size Baggies (5 or 6 of each)

Fabric Requirements:

Backgound               6 1/2 yards

Prints                          3/8 yard each of 18 different fabrics (or a total of 6 3/4 yards if doing 2 fabric or scrappy quilt).*

 

* I suggest you purchase 1/2 yard of each fabric (7 yards if doing 2 fabric or scrappy quilts) to allow for cutting anomalies.

You will want to go ahead and do some precutting as directed here before class.

From the background fabric, cut the following:

Cut five 5 1/4" strips. Sub-cut these into thirty 5 1/4" squares. Cut each square twice, diagonally, to make 120 triangles. Label these B1.

Cut seven 8 1/2" strips. Sub-cut these into twenty-six 8 1/2" squares. Label these B2.

Cut four 3 3/8” strips. Sub-cut these into forty-two 3 3/8” squares. Label these B3.

Cut five 3” strips. Sub-cut these into sixty 3” squares. Cut each square once, diagonally, to make 120 triangles. Label these B4.

v Cut twenty-two 5” strips. Sub-cut these into two hundred, fifty-four 3 1/4" x 5” rectangles. Label these B5.

 

From the 18 print fabrics, cut the following:

 

From each fabric cut one 4 1/4" strip. Label these P6.

From 15 fabrics cut one 5” strip. From each strip cut four 5” squares for a total of sixty 5” squares. Cut each square once, diagonally, to make 120 triangles. Label these P2. From the remainder of the 5” strips, cut four 4 1/2" squares.

From the remaining 3 fabrics, cut one 4 1/2" strip. Cut six 4 1/2” squares from each. Combine all 4 1/2" squares and separate into two stacks. One with 30 and one with 48 squares. Label the stack with 30 P1 and the stack with 48 P3.

From each fabric cut one 3 3/8” strip. From each strip cut two 3 3/8” squares. You need a total of thirty 3 3/8” squares. Label these P5.

Cut remaining 3 3/8” strips down to 3”. Cut five 3” squares from each strip. You will need eighty-four 3” squares. Cut each square once, diagonally, to make 168 triangles. Label these P4.

 

From the scrappy fabrics, cut the following:

Cut thirty 4 1/2" squares. Label these P1.

Cut sixty 5” squares. Cut each square once, diagonally, to make 120 triangles. Label these P2.

Cut forty-eight 4 1/2" squares. Label these P3.

Cut eighty-four 3” squares. Cut each square once, diagonally, to make 168 triangles. Label these P4.

Cut thirty 3 3/8” squares. Label these P5.

Cut one hundred, twenty-seven 4 1/4” by 9 1/4" rectangles. Label these P6.

 

Place each set of pieces in baggie and label.


 When : 9/3/2017 - 11:00 - AM
  Current EST Time is : 7/17/2018 3:47:13 AM



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