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Buggy Barn quilt class - what do I need to take?

Old 05-17-2013, 07:23 AM
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Default Buggy Barn quilt class - what do I need to take?

I've never made a Buggy Barn quilt and my class is two hours away. What all do I need to take to class? Do I need freezer paper? What else?
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Old 05-17-2013, 07:30 AM
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doesn't the instructor provide a materials list?
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Old 05-17-2013, 07:31 AM
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Best to contact them and ask what is needed and or a list of what to bring. Sounds wonderful. Have fun!
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what kind of class is this? Sounds like fun? Never heard of it before now....Michele
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Look at the pattern on their website and see if there is information about class supplies.

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Yes, contact Buggy Barn, for list of supplies.

I have friends from Eugene, Oregon area that plan on going...long drive... about 7 hours.
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Smart idea. I'll call the quilt store right now. Thanks!
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Old 05-17-2013, 10:26 AM
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Smart idea. I'll call the quilt store right now. Thanks!
If you know what pattern you are doing, I personally would draw it out on the freezer paper. What ever you do - don't forget the freezer paper - that is what their patterns are drawn out on. It goes on top of the stack of fabric and then you cut out on the drawn lines.
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Applique thread! Every class I've taken there's always one person who forgets their thread and has to buy what the store has on hand.

I usually put all sewing notions in a basket the day before so I can look it over twice the next day before I leave the house. Nothing worse that needing that little something and you don't have it.
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How did your class go? I am signed up for a Buggy Barn class in July to make the Folk Art Flowers quilt. I can hardly wait--I fell in love with the quilt on display because I love flowers.
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