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Intro To Machine Applique

Intro To Machine Applique

Applique is a decorative design made by cutting pieces of fabric and applying them to a surface of another for decoration. We will be using fusible web to apply a fabric design to a piece of background fabric - this will be the front for a 14 inch decor pillow. You could also use it as a 14 inch quilt block or for a fabric wall-hanging.

Please bring a lunch or snack to eat while you work!

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details:
Requirements: Supplies Needed: -Sewing machine -Tracing tool (pen, pencil, or Sharpie) - Scissors (paper and fabric) - Thread to match or contract fabric - 1 fat quarter for the main design - 10" square for the accent fabric - 1/2 yard for background fabric - Scrap of fabric for thread spool (tan/brown) - Open Toe foot - Walking foot - Basic sewing kit (pins, seam ripper, etc.) - Rotary cutter, mat, ruler (optional) - Turning tool/chopstick (optional) - Frixion pen - 14" pillow form Supplies Provided: - 14" square of fusible fleece - Steam-a-Seam Lite fusible web - Applique design - Scrap fabric for stitch practice - Iron and ironing mat - Quilters Select Free Fuse

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.