Joseph’s Coat

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If you have been looking for your next piecing challenge and want to have fun using up your scraps, then join Pat Yamin for this especially creative workshop. Learn easy methods of sewing convex and concave curves. The piecing can be done by hand or by machine in class using a variety of scrap fabrics in light, medium and dark shades, or you can use only three colors of fabric to create an interlocking pattern. Pat will  give you hints and show you techniques for making your intersections meet and your blocks lay flat. This traditional pattern is a true classic that will greatly enhance your quilt collection.

Supplies:
Basic Sewing Supplies
Sewing machine with 1/4’’ foot
28 mm Rotary cutter with new blade
Cutting mat (if you have a rotating one, bring it)
Ruler 6’’ – 12’’
Sandpaper dots or Invisi-Grip from Omnigrid
Neutral color thread
Fabric: 2 1/2 yards of scraps for the triangle
1 yard of scraps for the melon or small print or solid fabric
Template: Joseph’s Coat acrylic template available for $16.95

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