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Classes
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From 1-4 pm
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Meet friends & new friends that
share your hobby and have
a great day!
JUDY NIEMEYER
UFO
CLASS
with Sharon Ralph


AUGUST 24th  10-4
$25

No matter where you are in the
process with your
Judy Niemeyer pattern,

Sharon will assist you in
putting that puzzle together.

Our last class was outstanding,
and some of the ladies got
half of their patterns sewn
together.....

and, had FUN doing it!

NAPLES STORE
Saturday   July 30    10-4
Naples Quilters Guild Gathering Stitches
Prismatic Star with Sharon Ralph/n07062016
Cost: $ 45.00
Wed, Jul 6, 2016 at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Thu, Jul 7, 2016 at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Forty eight precut and presorted Bali Pops are used for this project. The strip
piecing process for Prismatic Star was designed for foundation paper piecing.
Strips are sewn onto foundation paper to complete what we call a strip set. The
process originated by combining Lone Star and Bali Fever quilt designs. One
awesome feature is that there are NO “Y” seams. The skill level ranges from
beginner to advanced.

This is a two part class.

What you can expect to learn in the class:

* Judy’s technique for cutting apart the foundation papers

* Foundation strip paper piecing

* Smart corners builds corners for perfect matches


Supplies:

Prismatic Star Pattern package by Judy Niemeyer

Thread to blend with your fabrics

Iron and pressing mat

Rotary cutter (28mm a must, 60mm and 45mm needed for other tasks)

24 x 6 or 6 ½” Ruler (or your favorite one)

12 x 6 or 6 ½” Ruler (optional)

Medium sized cutting mat (12”x18” is a good size for use by your machine)

A piece of Template Plastic approx. 3 1/2” x 12” for folding the paper

Sewing Machine with a ¼” foot and an open toe foot

12” Add-A-Quarter ruler ( a must for Prismatic Star)

18” & 6” Add-A-Quarter ruler (helpful)

Washout fabric glue pen (SewLine or Fons & Porter)

.5mm 1 7/8” Glass head pins (nice long shanks.)

Large paper clips

Purple Thang

Size 70/10 Microtex Sharp sewing needles

One box gallon size zip loc type bags

Basic sewing items



Fabric:

One Pattern Package makes a 64” by 64” quilt.

You will need:

- Quiltworx Bali Pops: 1 package (48) 2 ½ strips

- Background Fabric: 2 yards

- Backing & binding: 4 1/2 yards
Tea Time Placemats w/Sharon Ralph
Cost: $ 45.00
Tue, Jul 26, 2016 at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Wed, Jul 27, 2016 at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
This is a two day class

What you can expect to learn in the class:

* Judy’s technique for cutting apart the foundation papers

* A traditional approach to foundation paper piecing and curved
piecing.

* Judy’s process to speed up the sewing process by using Template
Layout Sheets for cutting out the fabric.



Supplies:

Tea Time Placemats Pattern package by Judy Niemeyer

Thread to blend with your fabrics

Iron and pressing mat

Rotary cutter (28mm a must, 60mm and 45mm needed for other
tasks)

24 x 6 or 6 ½” Ruler (or your favorite one)

12 x 6 or 6 ½” Ruler (optional)

Medium sized cutting mat (12”x18” is a good size for use by your
machine)

A piece of Template Plastic approx. 3 1/2” x 12” for folding the paper

Sewing Machine with a ¼” foot and an open toe foot

12” Add-A-Quarter ruler ( a must for Tea Time Placemats)

6” Add-A-Quarter ruler (optional)

Washout fabric glue pen (SewLine or Fons & Porter)

.5mm 1 7/8” Glass head pins (nice long shanks.)

Large paper clips

Purple Thang

Size 70/10 Microtex Sharp sewing needles

4 Gallon size zip loc type bags

Basic sewing items



Fabric:

One Pattern Package makes 4 Tea Time Placemats.

You will need:

- 1 5/8 yds. Light fabric for C1 & C3

- 1 ¼ yds. Dark fabric for C2 & C4

- ½ yd. dark fabric for vein

-Backing 7/8 yds.
Judy Niemeyer UFO day

Did you buy a Judy Niemeyer pattern, tried to read it and had no
idea how to begin so it went on the back burner in your sewing
area? Do you have several bags with pieces and foundation
papers in a box and you now want to finish the project but have no
idea where you left off? Do you have all the paper piecing done but
don’t know how to put it together? Did you do a Judy Niemeyer
project a while ago but now forgot how to get started again? WELL
THAN THIS CLASS IS FOR YOU. Sharon Ralph a Judy Niemeyer
instructor will help you jump start your project again. All Judy
Niemeyer paper piecing levels are welcome.
Judy Niemeyer
           UFO Day

$ 25.00
Fri, Jul 15, 2016 at
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Saturday July 30   10-4
Naples Quilters Guild Gathering Stitches
Fire Island Hosta with Sharon Ralph/n08162016
Cost: $ 100.00
Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Judy and Brad Niemeyer designed this gorgeous layout, instructions and
foundation paper piecing pattern. Traditional piecing and curved piecing
techniques are used to join the units after the foundation piecing is completed.
Judy Niemeyer floating points, stacking and cutting techniques are very efficient
and save many hours of sewing. Someone who has done a Judy Niemeyer
paper piecing project will have no trouble completing this beautiful quilt top.


This is a four day class

What you can expect to learn in the class:

* Judy’s technique for cutting apart the foundation papers

* A traditional approach to foundation paper piecing and curved piecing.

* Judy’s process to speed up the sewing process by using Template Layout
Sheets for cutting out the fabric.

* Floating points

* Stacking techniques


Supplies:

Fire Island Hosta Pattern package by Judy Niemeyer

Thread to blend with your fabrics

Iron and pressing mat

Rotary cutter (28mm a must, 60mm and 45mm needed for other tasks)

24 x 6 or 6 ½” Ruler (or your favorite one)

12 x 6 or 6 ½” Ruler (optional)

Medium sized cutting mat (12”x18” is a good size for use by your machine)

A piece of Template Plastic approx. 3 1/2” x 12” for folding the paper

Sewing Machine with a ¼” foot and an open toe foot

12” Add-A-Quarter ruler ( a must for Fire Island Hosta)

6” Add-A-Quarter ruler (optional)

Washout fabric glue pen (SewLine or Fons & Porter)

.5mm 1 7/8” Glass head pins (nice long shanks.)

Large paper clips

Purple Thang

Size 70/10 Microtex Sharp sewing needles

4 Gallon size zip loc type bags

Basic sewing items



Fabric:

One Pattern Package makes a 74” by 74” quilt

See pattern for yardage
Saturday August 27     10-4
Naples Quilters Guild Gathering Stitches