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Storm At Sea

The Storm at Sea quilt pattern makes for an exciting quilt.  Full of movement.  All due to the combination of square and rectangular blocks.  Your eyes try to tell you there's curved piecing, but there's not a curved seam in the quilt, not anywhere!

Simple enough for the confident beginning quilter that has tried paper piecing technique.  

Supply List
Fabric:  This is the fabric requirements for a twin size quilt.  For just the block you can use smaller random pieces if you wish to make practice blocks.  

Dark Blue - 1/2 yard
White on White - 2 yards
Medium Blue - 1 yard
Gold - 1/8 yard
Red - 1 1/4 yards

Look at the picture of the quilt to help you with color placement - it doesn't have to be Red, White and Blue.  

This class needs a $4.00 supply fee to be paid for me for the paper pieced papers that I will supply in class.

Basic Supplies:
Rotary Cutter - 28mm is my proffered size for paper piecing
Small Rotary cutting mat that you can fit next to your sewing machine
Cover Mini Iron 
100% cotton 50wt thread in a neutral color
Foundation Paper if you want to do more paper piecing
Mary Ellen's best Press sizing
Add-a-Quarter Ruler - 6" or 12"
New sewing machine needle - size 70 Microtex for piecing
Sewing machine in good working order
Straight pins - I recommend the Clover Silk glass ball head pins
Seam Guilds from Guildlines4Quilters 

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Confident Beginner
Instructor: Nancy R

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Included Materials



This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.