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Class - Finish It by Michelle Wyman
Saturday, May 18th (12-4pm)
"You have pieced your Log Cabin Cross quilt top, yay! In the next class you will learn how to make a quilt sandwich; layering the top with batting and backing. We will pin baste your quilt sandwich and then quilt it using a walking foot and straight stitching. Once your quilt is done you will learn to square it up and trim off the excess batting and backing. I will show you how to make your binding strips and how to attach your binding to cover the raw edges of your quilt for a neat finish. "
Sewing Machine in good working order with a walking foot attachment to quilt.
Good quality, coordinating thread for machine stitching.
Batting that measures 4 inches larger than your quilt top. For the Log Cabin Cross quilt a 45" square is enough.
Backing fabric that will measure 4 inches larger than your quilt top. (45" square or 1 1/2 yards for the Log Cabin Cross quilt top).
Basting safety pins (I prefer the bent pins for quilters). At least 50 safety pins for the Log Cabin Cross quilt top.
Fabric to make binding. (Measure the perimeter of your quilt top and add 10 inches. You will need enough fabric to cut 2 1/2 inch strips to sew together to create your binding.) For the Log Cabin Cross quilt 1/2 yard should be plenty.
Rotary cutter, long acrylic ruler, scissors, pins