Class Supply Lists

For all classes (Recommended brands/styles are listed, but not necessary.)
Sewing Machine (for Continuing Education classes at Ann Silva's, sewing machines are available for use free of charge during class if you give me prior notice.), Omnigrid 6" x 24" Acrylic Rotary Cutter Ruler (or similar), Westcott Titanium 5” Straight Scissors, Olfa Splash Rotary Cutter 45mm, Clover Patchwork Glasshead pins & Magnetic Pin Cushion, Aurifil Cotton Mako 50 wt. Cotton thread in a color that matches your background, Omnigrid 12.5” Square Acrylic Ruler, Clover 482/W Seam Ripper, Bohin Mechanical Chalk Pencil, Pencil or Black Pilot Frixion Pen

See additional class-specific supplies below.

Beginning Free-Motion Quilting
Sewing Machine that allows you to drop the feed dogs (unless borrowing); Darning, Free-Motion, or Embroidery Foot for your sewing machine (unless borrowing), Walking Foot (if you have one),
3 Yards of 100% Cotton Fabric cut into 10” squares, Contrasting Thread, Self-Threading Needles, Hand-Sewing Needles, Thimble, Machingers Gloves (optional) or Shelf Liner, Sewline Air Erasable Pen

Wonderland Quilt Sampler
Premium Quilting Cotton Fabrics: 3 yards background, 1/8 yard each of solid black and white, 20 ¼ yard cuts of coordinating prints (such as a fat quarter bundle)

Bountiful Bindings
1 yard of pre-quilted fabric, 2 yards of 100% Cotton Fabric (1 yard each of two different colors), Hand-Sewing Needles, Thimble

Piecing Basics
Fabric: 1/3 yard of binding fabric, 1 yard of background fabric, ½ yard of 3 coordinating fabrics, 1/2 yard of fabric for the border, 1 ¼ yard of backing fabric, Baby-Sized Batting

Paper Piecing 101
Copy Paper, 6” or 12” Add-A-Quarter Plus Ruler or Add-A-Quarter Ruler, Clear Glue Stick, 44” Width of Fabric Quilting Cottons: 1 Yard of Background, ¼ Yards of Three Other Fabrics

Modern Abecedary
Small Package of Full Sheet Label Paper  (25 sheets is more than enough.)
Flexible Chopping Mats from Dollar Tree or Template Plastic, 44” Width of Fabric Quilting Cottons: 1/8 Yard of Chosen Feature Fabric for Each Letter (i.e. banana fabric for “B”) Don’t worry about having fabric for every letter. We won’t get every letter done in class, but you will learn the process and can work in any order.), 3 Yards of Solid or Blender Background Fabric 

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