Jelly Roll Rug Class THIS CLASS IS FULL BUT WE ARE TAKING A WAITING LIST FOR ANOTHER CLASS
Carole Schumacher (email@example.com or 303-908-4097)
February 19, 2019, 9 am to 4 pm
Fiber Arts Room
I will teach you how to make a jelly roll rug using a jelly roll (or scraps) and quilt batting. You should be able to complete a rug in a day. No other pattern required. I will teach you. Note that you can purchase quilt batting pre-cut if you wish. I prefer to cut my own and cut it at 2¼ inches wide instead of 2½ inches wide so it fits better inside the fabric.
One Jelly Roll (typically 43 or 44 strips of assorted fabrics 2½ inches wide), OR fabric scraps sufficient to cut long strips 2½ inches wide to be joined together (approximately 3 yards of fabric 44” wide)
One roll of Bosal Batting on a Roll 2.5” x 50 yards (note that this also comes on a roll of 25 yards long, so if you get that one, you will need 2 rolls), OR quilt batting that can be cut into long 2¼” wide strips sufficient to fill all fabric. This is a great way to use up the batting scraps from quilts. It is preferable to use the same batting for the entire project if possible since batting thicknesses vary. I cut up left over batting and then roll it into rolls and secure it to save for making these rugs
Matching thread and lots of pre-loaded bobbins
Sewing machine that will sew a good zigzag stitch
limited to 15 participants
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$25 non-member class fee, no class fee for members
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Kathy Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org or text 303-882-8727
Sandy Crabtree, email@example.com or text 678-361-9028