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Crazy Blocks!

Learn how to sew blocks of color that "pop" or have a soothing blend through the use of foundation paper piecing. Finish off your blocks with beautiful threads and those stitches you have been dying to use on your machine. You will learn: foundation paper piecing; working with angled pieces, fancy thread and stitches as well as color impact on block design. Completed blocks can become part of a bag, quilt, table runner, wall hanging, garment, etc. This is a great class to use up your scraps and experiment with a variation of threads. 

Materials Included: tear away stablizer, instruction
Requirements: Basic Sewing Supplies (scissors, 45mm rotary cutter, seam ripper, pins) scraps of fabrics in various colors and sizes, Add a quarter ruler, 10" square ruler, 10"X10" pieces of muslin ( 4 pieces to begin with), Various colors and types of threads that will be used to sew on top of the fabric (poly-thread used for machine embroidery, metallics, etc..) Suggested: small iron and pressing pad
Instructor: Teresa
Includes instruction and stablizer

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