Supplies Students Need To Bring
Rotary cutter with a sharp new blade (60mm if you have one). I prefer this particular rotary cutter because it gives me good visibility and control when cutting improvisionally. < http://www.amazon.com/Olfa-Rotary-Cutter-Ex-Large-60mm/dp/B0001DS9QI/ref=sr_1_22?ie=UTF8&qid=1461707799&sr=8-22&keywords=60mm+olfa+rotary+cutter>
Rotary rulers (bring your basic longer ruler, my favorite is the Omnigid 4’’ x 14’’ < http://omnigrid.com/quilting-sewing-supplies/rulers/omnigrid-standard-rulers/r14/> Creative Grid also makes this size ruler < https://www.creativegridsusa.com/products/CGRBR4>
Tri-Rec Ruler < https://www.amazon.com/Wrights-1-Inch-6-Inch-Tri-Recs-Tools/dp/B000AXVP4M> and Companion Angle Ruler if you have them <https://www.amazon.com/Wrights-1-Inch-10-Inch-Companion-Angle/dp/B000CF93JM> Or any triangle ruler that you have on hand and want to explore using.
Basic quilting supplies including straight pins, seam ripper, neutral thread, scissors and/or snips for cutting threads
Small sticky note pad
Paper and/or notebook and/or draft paper for making notes, sketches, and drawings about your quilt.
Design wall (a large piece of flannel or batting works fine)
Digital camera or cell phone with the ability to take pictures
Fabric • 8-12 Half-Yard Cuts of solid color fabrics. Try to represent the ENTIRE color wheel and not just your favorite colors.
Plus Half-Yard Cuts of a white, a brown, a grey, and a black NOTE—If you are traveling, you may bring fat quarters, instead of yardage. NOTE—If you do not have solid colored fabrics, you may bring what you have, and we will see what happens. I would rather you NOT purchase new fabric until after you take the class. During class we will learn what works and what does not—then you can shop to get the desired result in your quilt.