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Thread: Flip and Stitch Class time is set

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    lin
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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltmaker101
    Still waiting to find the fabric requirements and pattern posted before class.
    :roll:
    Here's what she posted in the other thread. Now we'll have it in two places! :)

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    Class fabric requirements:

    one piece of fabric 17 or 18 inches by width of fabric for backing.

    one piece of warm and natural or warm and white the same size.

    one focus fabric that is 9 inches square. Could be any picture but has to be cut on point. So that it sits not square but it sits diamond shaped.

    Strips of fabrics to coordinate with the middle square cut different widths anywhere from 1 1/2 inch up to 2 3/4 inch. You should have at least 6 or 7 different fabrics but more is good also. I used quite a few in mine. I think I used 20 different ones but have done them with less and that is fine too.

    You also need a coordinating fabric for the binding. I would use a fabric that is also in your runner.

    I prefer you use warm and natural cause we will be doing ironing on top of the batting and wouldn't want to have any melted messes.


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    Oops!! Didn't know someone else had already done that. :oops:

    Now we have it posted more times than we need! LOL

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    I must be out-of-the-loop. What is News Flash?

    I will probably be able to make class this week, but the next ones will be questionable unless they start at 11:30 a.m. or later.

    I will be starting my 4Hers for the season and they are here from 10-11:30 on Saturdays.

    I am anxious to see how this works. Suzanne

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    Thanks, Sue! I have been totally out of it all day after the "Greeting of Marines" yesterday. I appreciate you posting the items, needed for us. I was going to do it this morning, but couldn't get the connection to hold.

    Hope to see as many of you as can make it. I will be copying the directions and explanations as Debbie gives them, she will take the pictures and we'll merge for a complete explanation the middle of the week.

    She DID offer to do it one evening, that isn't booked with chat already, but she teaches on Wed and Thurs. So we'll see how it works...OK?

    Suz, whoever wants to instruct gets to choose the time. It has to work for the instructor's family. We'll know more about how it's all going to work after we try it Saturday......that's our test. :wink: :wink:

    Feathers, ShellyQ, all of you, I appreciate the interest you are showing. If we all work together we'll have a good time. :D

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    I am not sure if I will be able to join on Sat. it depends on if my grandsons will cooperate, lol. I have a 2 new Disney movies and their favorite munchies as bribes, but, they are young. I did not know until tonight that mom needs me to babysit this weekend. Will there be an evening class scheduled?
    Thank you again Debbie and Sharon for all the work you are putting into this!

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