Cardinals are a treat for our eyes, they say when you see a Cardinal it is a reminder of a long gone loved one reminding us of them. Make one of the two patterns provided using simple fusing techniques. In this fusing class Frieda will teach you new easy transfer techniques and raw edge fusing fun so you will achieve beautiful effects. This is the quilt you want hanging on your wall to cheer you this spring.

Supply list for this class:

  • Fabric Kit required $38 – includes paper pattern, 1 1/2 yard of fabric total – 1/4 yard of background fabric, 1/4 yard of two tone green fabric , 1/4 yard of brown, 1/4 yard of flower pink, 1/8 yard of three tone ( two shades of red and a bit of orange) silk for the cardinal, a square of black and a 1/4 yard for the outside border and binding.
  • 3-4 yards of Wonder Under fusible web – it says #805 on the end of the bolt (no substitutions please) Soft Fuse is also good
  • box of parchment paper – I prefer Reynolds, Sam’s club or Costco brand.
  • a large poster board (found at office supply, craft or fabric store) optional for transporting project to the iron.
  • 45mm rotary cutter with straight blade
  • very sharp embroidery scissors
  • mechanical pencil and extra fine sharpie marker (extra fine markers can only be found at the office supply store, I will have some for use and sale as well) a white pencil
  • rotary mat and ruler (medium size mat and one other smaller older mat to use on the backside of the mat with the decorative blades)
  • iron and ironing surface (towel or mat) I really like the small Clover iron, everyone can have one at their station as they don’t have very high voltage. Bring extension cords.
  • Instructor will make available to purchase, decorative rotary blades,  scissors and hand dyed cotton.