The Prism Table Runner is perfect if you have always wanted to do a Judy Niemeyer project, but have been intimidated the size and complexity of most of her patterns. In this class you will have plenty of time to become familiar with Judy’s methods of traditional foundation paper piecing – cutting, organization, piecing and assembly. You will also learn some innovative tips and tricks to make this project faster and easier. This project can be finished within a reasonable time – you will have a great start by the time we are finished with our class sessions. You will be able to have a finished runner just in time for a beautiful new holiday table setting. Note: Carol will be in the Shop all day during normal Shop hours Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, August 16-18 to help you choose fabrics for your project.
65" X 22"
Option 1: A selection of 7 fabrics, ¼ to ⅜ yd each, in graduated values and harmonizing or contrasting colors, totaling 1⅝ yd. 1⅛ yd of either a dark or a light fabric for sashing, border, and background, and ¼ yd of fabric in an opposite value.
Option 2: 2 light fabrics (one @¼ yd, one @ ⅜ yd), 2 medium fabrics (one @ ¼ yd, one @ ⅛ yd), 1 medium dark fabric (⅛ yd), 2 dark fabrics (⅛ yd each), 1 dark fabric (1⅛ yd) for sashing and inside borders. Binding (⅜ yd). Backing (2⅛ yd).
Equipment & Notions
Sewing machine and typical equipment. 12” or 18” Add-A-Quarter ruler, Scotch tape, washout fabric pen, Scotch brand repositionable glue stick, card stock or template plastic, flower head pins, That Purple Thang or stiletto, #70 Microtex needle, quart and gallon Zip-Loc bags, binder clips – medium and large
Patterns/Books. Prism Table Runner, by Quiltworx
|Skill Level: ||Intermediate|
|Skill Details: ||Intermediate|
|Instructor: ||Carol Rising|