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Walk I

Participants will learn various ways to quilt using a walking foot or dual feed function on their machine.  Starting with a brief discussion of basting methods, class members will produce samples of quilting with lines, circles, geometric shapes, etc.  Also discussed will be echoing, reverse quilting and the use of decorative stitches in quilting.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details: Confident Beginner to Intermediate should be familiar with the sewing machine, walking foot and dual feet function of their machine.
Requirements: Book "WALK: Master Machine Quilting With Your Walking Foot" by Jacquie Gering. Quilt sandwiches with top and backing in solid colors or tone-on-tones, in the following numbers and sizes: 5-6 measuring roughly 11" x 18" (size of half a fat quarter); 1-2 measuring 18" x 22" (size of a fat quarter); batting and backing should be 1" - 2" larger than the top on all four sides. Thread in a contrasting color (cotton or cotton-wrapped polyester). Quilting gloves (optional but helpful). 24" ruler. Roll of blue painter's tape. Fabric markers (Frixion pen, chalk marker or Sewline fabric pencil). Basting safety pins (if you spray baste, please do so before coming to the shop). Walking foot to fit your machine or built in dual feed function. If you need to purchase the foot, please call ahead, in case we need to order it. Sewing machine in good working order with power cord, foot pedal, bobbins and needles (80/12 sharp recommended). Pincushion and straight pins (long fine ones work best). Fabric scissors and seam ripper.
Instructor: Susan Christopher

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