Celtic Rows Class

 

     
 

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Celtic Rows Class Description:

Celtic Rows : 2 day class

Class Description


This new quilt is a fun and surprisingly easy way to turn ‘quilting’ patterns into ‘celtic’ patterns.

Using my quick and foolproof way of making and applying bias strips it is an achievable project for quilters at any level.

The strips are made “Quilt-as-you-go” with an infinite variety of patterns supplied to make each finished quilt unique and any size.

 

Learning Outcomes

1. Learn how to use quilting patterns as celtic patters.

2. Make bias strips from any fabric (with no special tools) and apply using machine blind hem stitch.

3. Learn easy background quilting ideas.

4. Join the finished strips neatly to make a whole quilt.

 
 

 

 
 

Celtic Rows Class Needs List:

Needs List for Celtic Rows Quilt

3 x 1metre fabric .

I suggest 2 plain fabrics (or read as plain ie. very small pattern) and one patterned fabric.

The plainer fabric colours can be very dark or very light to tone with the patterned fabric but must be a good contrast between all three fabrics.

1 & 1/2 metres backing fabric

1 & 1/2metres thin batting ie: pellon or iron on pellon or similar

1 box 1/4” steam a seam

Needle and thread for basting

Spray starch (available at most supermarkets)

Reel of monofiliment or invisible thread (light colour)

Roll of kitchen baking paper (not greaseproof) ,available at most supermarkets

Sharpie pen, pencil and rubber

Small Iron and pad or small applique iron and pad. (Not essential but useful.)

Sewing machine and manual ,including all supplied feet.

Cutting board , cutter and ruler

Usual sewing equipment, ie: scissors, needles, matching thread, pins etc.


Use this link to download and print the Needs List:

Celtic Rows Needs List