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Goodnight Star with Linda Snellgrove

Are you intimidated by Quiltworx quilts?  We have just the thing to get your started on the right track!  The Goodnight Star layout includes foundation papers to make 24 16" quarter lone star blocks.  The pattern was designed by Judy and Bradley Niemeyer and creates an introductory pattern that can be used to learn basic paper piecing techniques required for many of the lone star projects. This class is designed to be a two part class with instruction to help you feel comfortable with the Quiltworx way of doing things.

Supply List:

  •          Pattern and fabric - Kits will be available
  •          Rotary cutter and mat
  •          50 wt thread
  •          80/12 Microtex needles
  •          Flat head pins
  •          Washable fabric glue stick-optional
  •          Add-a-Quarter ruler (6”, 12” or 18”)
  •          Fold template (either plastic or card stock)
  •          Light source (a light in the ceiling, window or light box)
  •          Iron and ironing surface
  •          Sewing machine in good working order with open toe foot
  •          Repositionable glue and school glue stick or Scotch tape
  •          Seam ripper
  •          Sewing machine in good working condition and ¼” foot
  •          7 Large Ziplock bags

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details:
Instructor: Linda Snellgrove
Instructor Bio: I started ?sewing? when I was a young child, making Barbie clothes out of my mother?s scraps. My sister and I would fold the fabric and tie it on with another strip of fabric and ?Viola!?, we had a dress! I actually learned how to use the sewing machine in 7th grade Home Ec (remember that?). I passed and went on to bigger and better things-making my own clothes and throw pillows. I made several of my bridesmaids dresses but not my wedding dress (that came from store). After the children started coming along, I sewed for them until they got too old for mom?s home-made clothing (Heirloom clothing should never be considered home-made) and turned to quilting. I had to have a creative outlet somewhere. I made my first quilt in 2007, my first Quiltworx quilt in 2015 and I was hooked! If I counted right, I have made 11 Quitlworx quilts.

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