Make quilted mad March Hare & Spring Flower cushions with Sue Frecklington
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About the Course
We will use techniques such as fabric cutting, bonded appliqué with machine edging, light shadow or free motion quilting & Oxford style cushion backs. You may begin with either design & should get one finished and the 2nd front done in the time allowed. Sewing machine complete with spool filled with light cream or light grey thread, & spare needles (quilting needles are not necessary for this project.). A general purpose foot & if available a ¼“foot & a darning foot. A soft pencil, paper scissors, fabric scissors & if possible a rotary cutter, mat & ruler.
Bring plain background for the appliqué – 12 ½ “ square, fabric for the side panel & one back panel - a fat quarter, fabric for the bottom & one back panel – if directional you will need ½ metre, if not a fat quarter will be OK . Wadding – (iron on, or thin cotton) 17 ½ “ square, offcuts and scraps for the flowers (10 x 2 ½ ” square) and leaves (5 x green 3 ½” x 3”), larger offcuts for the hares (11” high x 12” wide), optional lace or ribbon trimming – 1m, Bondaweb (double sided iron on adhesive for fabric) ½ m, threads – green for the flower stalks & leaves, a matching one for quilting the background, & co-ordinating thread for the flowers and hares.
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What's included in the price?
Tea, coffee and biscuits - please bring a packed lunch.
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Course Start DatesTuesday 27th March 2018
- Accessible by public transport
- Disabled access
- Suitable for beginners
- Suitable for events & groups
- Teen friendly
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