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Continuum: A Ruler Project

Continuum is an 87"x78" quilt-as-you-go designed by Leonie West, the genius behind the Westalee brand of quilting templates. The quilt contains 13 different blocks using the templates included in the Continuum Class in a Bag. In this two day workshop, you will stitch each of the blocks once (and Block A twice) to make a 49"x42" quilt. 

Skill Level: intermediate
Skill Details: Intermediate
Materials Included: Machine with required feet. Continuum Quilt Class in a Bag for class use only (available for purchase)
Requirements: Fabric one (dark): ? yard Fabric two (medium dark): 1 yard Fabric three (medium): 1 yard Fabric four (medium light): ? yard Fabric five (light): ? yard Backing fabric: 2-1/2 yards Batting: 1-1/4 yards 90? wide (wool, cotton, or bamboo) Sashing: 3/8 yard Binding: 3/8 yard Continuum Quilt Class in a Bag (provided by the store for use during class, will be available for purchase) Appropriate Ruler Foot and 12? Arc Ruler from the original Westalee Ruler Foot Starter Set. Optional: If you own the 6 piece template set, bring the 4? Arc Ruler. Make sure that all of these are in the correct shank height for your machine. Long ruler for marking (3?x18? for example) NOTE: All cutting should be done before class! Cutting instructions will be provided by the store.
Instructor: Paula Reid
Instructor Bio: Often described as an ?artist with a sewing machine?, Paula Reid is a custom heirloom quilting specialist. She has vigorously attacked the stacks of tops residing in many quilters? homes, thus freeing them from accumulated guilt and allowing them to purchase more fabric, books, patterns, etc. to use up all that extra space in the sewing room! Paula made her first quilt in April 1990, three weeks after attending the Glendale (California) Quilt Show with her best friend, Mary Ponce. She taught her first machine piecing class two years later, but found that her heart was captured by the quilting process. Machine quilting on her first Bernina machine was her very favorite way to spend time. In 1993, Paula opened her machine quilting business, utilizing the skills she had developed working on her own quilts. Since the day that she made her very first quilt, she has quilted over 1,400 quilts, all on her regular home machines. Of these, 50% have been queen size, 25% king size and the other 25% were various smaller sizes. The largest quilt she has ever ?fluffed and stuffed? was 112? x 128?! ?Fluff & Stuff? is what Paula calls her method for moving large quilts through a home machine. She began teaching workshops on her techniques in the southern California region in 1993, expanding to national teaching a few years later when appearances on ?Simply Quilts? brought her to the attention of a larger audience. Now spending weeks at a time on the road, she has decided that nothing is more fun than sharing ideas with the quilters she meets on her travels.

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