COTTON THEORY QUILTED KITCHEN TRIVET


For the After-after at the May regular meeting May15th, Clara will show how to make a quilted trivet using the Cotton Theory Quilting method. To participate you need to have pieces precut when you come and the following supplies.

Bring to class a machine with a zigzag stitch and a walking foot, thread to match or contrast fabric pieces, rotary cutter, 12” x 6” ruler or Add-a-Line ruler, straight pins. Precut fabric & batting as listed below. 
Label pieces accordingly.

Front Side                                       Back Side
Center Square                                 Center Square
1 – 8” x 8”                                      1 – 8” x 8”
Squares  (correction)                       Squares  (correction)
2 – 4”x 4”                                         2 – 4” x 4”
Rectangles 1 & 2                               Rectangle 1
2 – 3” x 8”                                        1 – 3” x 8”
Rectangles 3 & 4                               Rectangle 2
2 – 3” x 10”                                     1 – 3” x 8”
                                                        Rectangle 3
Batting                                             1 – 3” x 10”
Center Square                                   Rectangle 4
2 – 6” x 6”                                        1 – 3” x 10”
Rectangle 1 & 2                                  
2 – 1”x 6”                                        Binding
Rectangle 3 & 4                                 1 – 2.5” x wof
2 – 1” x 8”

I have seen the Cotton Theory Quilting method before, but now I'm looking forward to trying it out in a small project. I hope you will too.  

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