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Workshop - Liberated Medallion - by Fern Royce
The only rule for how to make a Medallion quilt is that it starts in the center with a pieced block or interesting fabric and then multiple borders are added. You can begin with a square or a rectangle. The quilt is done when it is the size you want or you get tired of going around and around. It’s even easier when done in a liberated style as there is no math involved. If the border is too big, cut some off. Too short? Add on. Decisions are made as you go. The design can be intricate or very simple. Medallion quilts are the perfect style to stretch your design wings. Try it, you’ll like it.
Medallions Supply List:
The Medallion class is an individual project based class. Bring supplies, questions and/or ideas for the project you want to work on or hope to start.
Fabric - yardage, fat quarters or scraps…. Luckily, if you need more you can always go downstairs!
Sewing machine in good working order - including foot pedal, cord and sewing manual. Bay Quilts does have machines available to rent – 510 550-0218.
Basic sewing supplies: thread, pins, scissors, seam ripper, etc.
Mat, ruler and rotary cutter (including a new blade and an extra).
Design walls are supplied by Bay Quilts but you may want to bring a cloth to cover the board so you can take your project or pieces home intact.
***Please mark all your supplies with your name or some identifying mark.
Ideas: books, pictures, etc. relating to your project.
If you have questions please feel free to call or email me:
If you are unfamiliar with my work or for inspiration, you can check out my website: www.fernroycequilting.com or IG fern_royc