With: Ruth Blanchet
Skill Level: Intermediate
Have you tried a circular Bargello? All cutting is straight edges, believe it or not.
Price: $32.00 or $46.00
Start Date: 14 Jun 2019
Tags: Bargello, Circular Quilt, Quilt Design, Tube Quilting, Strip Quilt, Rotary Cutting, Patchwork
A Bargello? Yes, it is! This is not your standard Bargello but circular instead. But you do all the cutting with a rotary cutter and rulers just like any other patchwork project.
This online workshop will show you how to select and order your fabrics, cut, sew and use a wedge rule to create a spiraling illusion, then move on to the finishing touches including edging, quilting, and borders to bring it all together. Afraid of all those small pieces? Don't be - this design is strip pieced. No circles or arches to cut, all straight piecing. Join our class and find out how much easier it is to make than it looks.
Level: Suitable for intermediate to advance quilters.
Watch this preview of things you'll learn in this workshop:
This is such a great class with a wonderful teacher. I have had the best experience with this class and that is thanks to you.
As always very informative and enjoyable. Will complete project for my sons wedding gift.
Supplies Required for Workshop
Fabric-1: 3/4 yd (bargello & 1st border)
Fabric-2: 1/2 yd (bargello)
Fabric-3: 1/2 yd (bargello)
Fabric-4: 1/2 yd (bargello)
Fabric-5: 1/2 yd (bargello)
Fabric-6: 1/2 yd (bargello)
Fabric-7: 1 yd (bargello, bargello trim, binding)
Fabric-8: 3/4 yd (bargello & 2nd border)
Background Fabric: 1 1/4 yds
Backing and Batting: 50" square (at least 4" larger than finished quilt)
Freezer paper or Fusible Web
9 degree or 10 degree wedge ruler with 18" (or larger) length marking
Compass for drawing circles (optional but recommended)
Thread for piecing and quilting
Sewing machine and accessories
General quilting supplies such as rotary cutter, rulers, pins, scissors etc
We will be discussing fabric choices and the best way to order your fabrics in our first lesson.