Getting Ready for Christmas

Supply List

Thank you to the Seward, Central Peninsula, & Homer ladies of the Kenai Peninsula Quilting Guild for the following projects that will be demonstrated at the Guild’s, “Getting Ready for Christmas” activity on Saturday, November 4th, in Soldotna.  For new Guild members, this event will take place at Church Lutheran Church, 128 North Soldotna Avenue, starting at 10:00 a.m.

Folded Fabric Flowers on Gift Bags
by Carol Renfrew & Charlene Ditton, Homer

Supplies needed:
-gift bag
-for flowers
   10-3"x3" fabric squares
    needle and matching thread
    contrasting button for center
    green fabric scraps for leaves
    fusible for stiffening leaf fabric
-2 different 4"x6" rectangles fabrics for behind flowers on bag
-coordinating 1/4" or 1/8" ribbons
-hot glue gun

Carol suggests watching the You Tube tutorial for folded fabric flowers, The Thread Fabric Store's, Japanese Kanzashi Fabric Flower.  The only difference is when the directions tell you to put a pin in to hold the small triangles on the back, we will be using a dab of hot glue instead at the November meeting. Carol & Charlene will have more details for this project at the October 7th General Membership Meeting.

Circle Zip Earbud Pouch
by Sue Magyar, Seward

Materials needed:

Main Fabric:  Enough for the outside of the pouch and the tab.  You will need two 5” squares of fabric and a scrap for a 2” x 2” tab.
Lining Fabric:  Enough for the inside of the pouch.  You will need two 5” squares of fabric or equivalent in scraps.
Thin batting or medium weight interfacing:  two 5” squares.
One 1” wide nylon zipper 5” or longer.
Coordinating thread.

Sewing machine and all the usual paraphernalia.

Vinyl Project Bag
by Jean Evenson, Central Peninsula

1   14x26" 12-gauge clear vinyl

Main fabric: 1  4x14" 
                    1  6x14"

Lining fabric:  1  4x14"
                      1   6x14”
6x14 and 4x14 pieces of medium to heavy weight fusible interfacing

1    18" matching zipper

Matching thread

 

NewsLetter Date: 

09/2017