The picture is representative of a quilt only. Each participant provides their own panels.
In session 1 students will learn how to line up 6 matching panels using flat-head pins. They will then cut them into strips, followed by cutting them into 60-degree triangles. Students will learn to use 60-degree rulers and see a demonstration of the "Stripology" ruler. They will be taught how to efficiently sew their piles of matching triangles into 2 half-hexagon units.
We will talk briefly about Part 2 of Panel Panache so students can come back with their work prepared in advance!
This will conclude Part 1 of Panel Panache. There will be a brief break for lunch brought from home.
There are only 6 seats available for the class. You will also need to sign up and pay for the second session separately. The second session is Monday, January 18th.
7 identical fabric panels of your choice flower head (or flat) pins regular pins 60-degree ruler (If you have a Strip-ology ruler these are amazing with this technique! Bring it to class and I will demonstrate its use) cutting mat 24 inch straight edge ruler rotary cutter with a new sharp blade sewing machine in good working order (you can leave this in your car until we're done cutting) basic sewing kit - scissors, thread, seam ripper, etc if you have a "The Strip Stick" bring it along (Option, but very helpful for ironing seams)