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Oklahoma Shuffle Quilt with Cathy Miller

This is a fabulous quilt for a quick gift you have to make for someone.  It's a great "man" quilt or can easily be converted to a baby quilt.  It is one of the most versatile quilts to make.  If you are an embroidery person, there are plenty of blocks that would be perfect for embroidery.  This quilt is perfect for the beginning quilter and up.  It is a great quilt for that last-minute gift and can be made in a weekend.  Cathy has made this quilt more than 15 times.  Need a quilt for a charity event?  This is your quilt.  A huge advantage is that you will be cutting the quilt out on custom dies that are used with Cathy's AccuQuilt Studio.

A little history on the quilt ... this quilt was designed by a school teacher in Oklahoma and was passed down to Sally Bridges in Prosper.  She made it for many people in Prosper, and the pattern was passed to different people in the town.  When Cathy decided to make a quilt for her daughter for college graduation, Sally recommended this one, and the rest is history.  Cathy has re-written the pattern so, as she says, her brain can understand it better, along with diagrams.  We think you will want to use this quilt as your GO-TO quilt for fast, quick gifts.  Hope you enjoy!

Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details:
Requirements: Supply List: The quilt pattern will be given out during class. It is easy to add sashing and borders to it to enlarge. Without sashing or borders, it will measure approximately 45" x 72". Fabric: 12 different fabrics 12" x WOF (Width of Fabric). For your first quilt, it's best to select 4 lights, 4 mediums and 4 darks. Avoid any directional fabrics. We will discuss in class how to use directional fabrics for future quilts using this pattern. If you are having difficulty selecting fabrics, you might find it easier to select an entire collection that you like and add a couple of contrasting solids like Grunge or any other type of solid to make twelve. We will be cutting the quilt out using a Studio cutter and dies but you will receive manual cutting instructions during class as well. Notions: Thread for piecing Scissors for clipping and trimming Clips Ruler at least a 6.5" x 24.5" Rotary Cutter Pins Twelve paper plates, use a Sharpie to mark each plate as listed below. Mark them at the bottom where you can read it with a piece of fabric on the plate, like this: o 5X7 o 5X4 o 5X6 o 7X5 o 7X8 o 7X4 o 6X3 o 6X6 o 6X8 o 3X6 o 3X8 o 3X3 You should have 12 plates marked with each of the above sizes. Sewing machine - cleaned, oiled, and sewing properly Bobbin wound with your coordinating thread Machine foot Ironing pad and small iron for your sewing station Class Preparation: Please IRON and starch all of your fabrics. Cut the fold off of each of the twelve pieces making you have twenty-four pieces (12" x WOF). Make two piles that have identical pieces in them. Each pile should have twelve 12" x WOF pieces in it. Do not remove selvages. You can bring to class over a hanger to keep them from having to be re-ironed in class. Feel free to call me with any questions prior to class: Cathy Miller 214.796.0447. If you want to see more samples of the quilts, they are posted on my sewing Facebook page, BECAUSE SHE SAID SEW.
Instructor: Cathy Miller

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