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Shortline Quilt by Cozy Quilts

This is a fun quilt to make from jellyrolls or pre-cut 2-1/2” strips. In this class you will learn how to perfect your rotary cutter techniques, sewing the perfect ¼” seam, how to press your quilt, and sewing an on-point quilt with setting triangles. The class will also cover calculating fabric needed for borders, backing and binding. The strip tube ruler makes creating blocks with diagonal strips a breeze.

Supplies Needed:

  • Sewing Machine (with new needle)
  • Sewing machine manual and supplies (Foot pedal, and machine in working order)
  • 1/4" foot (with guide assists with more accurate seams)
  • Cozy Quilts Shortline Pattern
  • Large Strip tube ruler
  • Rulers: 6"x24" quilting ruler (size may vary)
  • 5.5" square ruler
  • Cutting mat with grid lines (some available for use in store)
  • Rotary cutter with new blade
  • Neutral Thread
  • Seam Ripper
  • Scissors
  • Marking tool
  • Pins

Fabrics needed:
This pattern is great for jellyrolls, or you can cut your own 2-1/2” strips of varied colors. The background and setting triangles are usually a contrasting solid to your strips, such as white, cream, black, gray or a color of your choice.

The pattern lists 3 borders. I usually wait on border until I have top pieced and then decide what borders I want to finish quilt or to grow the quilt. Borders, backing and binding will be calculated in second class.

Check Pattern for Other Sizes Throw 62"x76" Queen 90"x104"
2 1/2" print strips - varied colors 34 (1 jelly roll) 88 (2 plus jelly rolls)
Background 1/2 yard 7/8 yard
Setting Triangles 5/8 yard 7/8 yard

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Advanced beginner +
Instructor: Jill Perry
Instructor Bio: Jill Perry has worked at A Quilter's Corner since the store's opening in August 2016. Jill began her teaching career as a serger instructor in Boulder CO and taught for over 12 years. Those classes included learning your serger, computerized sewing machines, quilting, sewing tools, clothing construction, and swimwear. Jill made most of her children's clothing and continued with costume design for ballet recitals, Halloween and CosPlay costumes, and lots of outdoor camping projects. Jill has degrees in business management, graphic design, web design, and information and learning technologies. Obviously, Jill is a techie and loves learning, sharing what she knows with others, and learning something new from our customers. Jill loves incorporating computer technology with sewing and quilting and looks forward to teaching more classes in digital embroidery, machine quilting design, and computerized longarm quilting with the HandiQuilter ProStitcher.

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