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Quilted Placemat

  • Dayton Creative Co-op 245 East Main Street Dayton, WA, 99328 United States (map)

May 9th      6pm-9pm          $50

Together we will make a placemat using the Placemat with Pocket pattern by Quilt with Aimee. Our goal in this class is to show you all the fundamentals of quilting by working on a small project. You will learn proper cutting, pressing, pinning and sewing techniques, as well as layering, basting, quilting and binding to finish up the project. The price of this class includes instruction and a hard copy of the Placemat with Pocket pattern. During class we will be making one placemat, but the pattern’s material list will create four placemats total.

To register and pay for this class, contact me (Jessica) at Dayton Creative Co-op during business hours or call at (509)316-6546. I accept cash, card, and personal check. Once you have registered and paid for this class you will receive the supply list below through email or print out.


Supply List:

Materials needed: all materials used are cotton

  • Fabric A (pocket area) - 1/3 yard

  • Fabric B (body) - ¾ yard

  • Fabric C (accent & binding) - ¾ yard

  • Backing - 1 yard

  • Batting - ½ yard

  • coordinating threads for piecing and quilting

Tools needed:

The classroom is equipped with ironing boards, irons, cutting mat and rulers for you to use, if you are short on a tool or two I have extras for you to borrow during instruction just make sure to reserve the items when signing up for the class.

  • Sewing Machine and Accessories
    *Make sure your machine is operating and bring all your machine feet including a walking foot, power cord, and foot control

  • 45mm Rotary Cutter or larger

  • Acrylic Rulers- size 6 ½”x 24 ½” and 12 ½”x 12 ½”

  • 18”x 24” Self-healing mat or larger

  • Glass head pins

  • Seam Ripper

  • Fabric Scissors- large and small

  • Fabric spray adhesive- 505 spray

  • Curved safety pins

  • Masking tape

  • Hand sewing Milliners needle size 10 or 11

  • Measuring tape

  • Sewing thread- I like using a neutral thread for piecing and a decorative thread for the quilting part, consider using a color that will either blend with your fabric or accent the fabric

  • Fabric marking pens/pencils

Earlier Event: April 25
Quilt with Aimee Spring 2019 Retreat
Later Event: May 15
Sewing Machine Care