Step up your paper piecing game with this beautiful runner. Finished size 19" x 57". Could be made into a beautiful bed runner, too!
Cut Loose Farmhouse Window pattern
Charm Elements Pack #1
Sewing machine w/ 1/4” foot - one without a guide
Microtex sharps 70/10 needles
Good quality cotton thread in a neutral color, i.e. light gray
6" x 24” ruler
Rotary cutter and mat
Iron (a small one works great) and ironing mat
12” add a quarter ruler
3 x 12” piece template plastic
Sewline or other pen style glue stick
4 (1 gallon size) ziplock bags
Suggested but not required acorn pressing applicator with pressing solution.
Background for compass rose and geese 1 1/2 yds
Window sashing, border, backing and binding 2 yds
Fabrics for window spokes and flying geese: 6 different fabrics, 1/4 yard each
Before coming to class:
Please read all steps of the following tips and tricks. COMPLETE STEPS 1 & 2 BEFORE CLASS to allow the most progress in class.
Quiltworxs tips and tricks
ALWAYS check for pattern corrections before you start a project. Corrections are found at Quiltworxs.com
- Template papers are to be trimmed only outer dark edge. (interior cut lines get cut after they are placed on the fabric stack.)
- Template and foundation papers and strips of fabric should be placed in separate labeled ziplock bags before class.
- Do NOT press your papers, it may distort them.
|Skill Level: ||Intermediate|
|Skill Details: ||Previous paper piecing experience necessary. Best suited to intermediate and advanced skill levels. Not suggested for beginners.|