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Carol W. Clanton: Introduction to Needleturn Applique, Price Includes $10 Class Kit (HalfDay WS, Sat, 5/1/21, 10am-1pm EST)

Carol W. Clanton: Introduction to Needleturn Applique, Price Includes $10 Class Kit (HalfDay WS, Sat, 5/1/21, 10am-1pm EST)
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Price: $70.00
ID Number : SQ011


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Introduction to Needleturn Applique
Half-Day Workshop
10 am - 1 pm EST, Saturday, May 1

$70 workshop fee includes $10 Class Kit

If you want to learn needleturn applique, whether you are an experienced quilter or a beginner, this class is for you. The class will take you from preparing your 12 ½” block to learning the needleturn technique. We will talk about how you can make this block your own. You may even want to add 3D applique flowers that you can learn in Carol’s 3D Techniques class. All sewing is done by hand. 
All Levels

Class Kit includes Pattern and Handout that will be sent digitally. If student does not have a printer, please contact Mancuso Show Management, mancuso@quiltfest.com. $10 class kit is included in workshop fee.
Please note: Class kits cannot be shipped to international addresses.

Click Here for a Printable Supply List

Students to Provide:

- You will need to print out the Wreath Pattern and tape it together as instructed to make the full pattern. 
- Cut 13” square out of background fabric. (Finished block will be 12 ½”) 
- Cut one bias strip 7/8” x 26” OR four 7/8” x 6” strips for the wreath 

Fabric: This is a good time to look in your stash. Choose 100% cotton fabric colors of your choice for the flowers and a variety of greens. Background should be a light color, (white shows off the applique). 

Thread: 100% cotton 50 wt. thread to match your appliques, not your background fabric. If you cannot find the color in cotton you can also use polyester covered cotton. Aurifil has a 100% cotton 80 wt. thread that works well also. 

A long slim needle works best for needleturn. Size 10 to 12 Sharps or Milliner needles work well. 

Other supplies: Freezer paper, fabric marker/pencil for tracing pattern and marking fabric, small paper scissors, embroidery scissors for fabric, ½” or ¾” applique pins, toothpick, thimble if you use one, iron and ironing board handy, light box (optional), good lighting and any other sewing supplies that make you happy!