Supply List for Every Workshop

Workshops are in alphabetical order by name.   

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  •  Workshops are in alphabetical order by workshop name. 
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All Scrapped Out! - Penni Domikis

General Sewing Supplies:


 Fabric Scraps:

  • Strips of fabric at least 10 inches in length
  • Strips can be any width from 1 inch to 6 inches wide
  • A variety of colors and tones is recommended
  • Strips can be uneven or wonky (e.g., 2 inches at one end, 1 inch in the  middle, and 3½ inches at the other end)
  • Larger strips, 18 inches long or more, are also suitable
  • Using leftover fabric yardage from your stash is encouraged
  • No need to spend a lot of time pressing fabrics and cutting pieces for this class

Abstract-A-Licious: Easy Abstract Design - Lyric Montgomery Kinard

  • Pencil, eraser, sharpie
  • Plain Paper (8x10 or larger sketchbook preferred)
  • Tracing paper (at least 5 sheets) 
  • Paper scissors, fabric scissors
  • Book with some large, full-page pictures of art
  • Optional - smart phone camera
  • Not optional - an attitude of playful exploration 


Beginner Wool Applique - Lynn Christiansen


The recommended supplies are to make the Watermelon project which is a free download on the Bonus Page

Purchase a kit that includes the background and wool fabrics: Watermelon Wool Kit


Bodacious Beads - Brenda Gael Smith



  • Sewing machine 
  • 1/4 inch foot (or equivalent needle setting)
  • Rotary cutter with a SHARP blade and cutting mat
  • Chalk pencil
  • Neutral-coloured thread for piecing
  • Iron and ironing mat
  • Spray starch (optional)

Fabric Requirements:

This is NOT a precision project. The design can be scaled up or down to fit the size of YOUR composition. As a guide, to make a single set of light beads against a dark/contrasting background, roughly 24”x24” you will need:

  • One 15”x3” in strip of light fabric for the beads
  • One 15”x1” in strip of light fabric for the strings
  • Two 15”x 11⁄2” in strips of dark fabric for the background
  • Two 24”x11⁄2” in strips of dark fabric for the sides
  • To make multiple sets, similar to the sample, you will need:
  • One fat quarter of dark background fabric (at least 18”x22”)
  • One 15”x3” in strip and one 15”x1” in strip in five different colors for the beads and strings.


Colorful Creations Using Fabric Scraps - Rhonda Denney

Crayon Tint Embroidery - Pattie Klimek

Recommended but Not Required:


Create Fabric Runs Fearlessly - Jennifer Houlden


Fabric Selection:

  • Variety of Fabrics in a Color You Love 
  • Pull out many fabrics so you have choices; pile them on a table ready to play.
  • No need to organize them initially; that will be part of the workshop.
  • Cottons and Batiks: These work well for this project.
  • Variety of Values: Include fabrics ranging from really light to really dark and everything in between.
  • Fabrics with texture such as prints, geometrics, tone-on-tones, solids, multi-colored fabrics, pretty much anything goes!

Other Items:

  • Natural light: if possible, but a well-lit area is most important.
  • Color Wheel: (optional)
  • Camera: A smartphone or tablet works great as these devices have the ability to edit photos.

Size Considerations:

  • For creating a fabric run, the size doesn’t matter much, but avoid going smaller than a 10" square. A 2½" strip will also work.

Cultivating Creativity - Rene Hill


  • Absolutely any kind of paper on hand (old envelopes, a notepad etc)

Coloring Tools:

Custom Magic - Alina & Natasha Bugerin


Demystifying Design for FPP - Dana Jones

Elevate Your Free Motion Quilting with Stacked Motifs - Manon Hunt

  • Sewing machine in good working order with the ability to drop or cover the feed dogs.
  • Extension table or a recessed hole for your machine
  • Free motion foot or darning foot.
  • Quilter's gloves - recommended
  • 100% cotton thread darker than your sandwich fabric.
  • Prepare several bobbins
  • Fresh quilting needle
  • Fine scissors
  • Single-hole stitch plate (if you have one)
  • Pen & Paper for Doodling

Fabric Preparation:

  • For warm up & practice - quilt sandwiches (any size 10” or larger)
  • For your motif build - 1 quilt sandwich @ approx. 20” x 20” or “Fat Quarter”

Finish with Flair: Matching quilt bindings to the quilt - Monika Henry


  • A colorful quilt you want to bind
  • Fabric in the same colors as the quilt top

How to Design Modern Quilts Inspired by Traditional Quilt Blocks - Leila Gardunia


 In my lecture I will show pictures of some of my quilts. For your convenience, here are the links to the patterns:

The quilts in my presentation were designed in EQ8. This is their website. 

Introduction to Paperless English Paper Piecing - Janet Ramsey

Download the supply list, which includes the templates you will need. 

The DIY Sandpaper Board instructions are available on the Bonus page

Learn English Paper Piecing - Belle Brunner 

The Accuquilt Go! Me can help you cut all sorts of shapes using interchangeable dies. There is an Accuquilt Hexie Die

Level-Up with Continuous Y-Seams - Karen Bolan

 Tools and Notions:


  •  To make a tumbling block:  Three different fabrics, dark, medium, and light
  •  One strip of each, 41⁄2” by width of fabric

To make the Jacks quilt:


Machine Binding Workshop - Jenny Kae Parks

Make Your Own Fussy Cut Quilt Binding - Deborah Fisher

  • Finished, unbound quilt or smaller project
  • Patterned fabric for binding
  • Rotary cutter, ruler, and mat
  • Sewing machine and thread

Margarita Time! With Accordion Sewn HSTs™ - Beth Helfter 

My scrappy patterns, especially those featuring Accordion Sewn HSTsTM, are designed to use as many different fabrics as possible from the same color families. Therefore, for the scrappy parts of the supply list, I’ll use different language than you may be used to as your fabric pulls are not based on yardage. My advice – choose your colors, and pull every fabric you own from your stash that fits them, and you’ll only cut one square from each when we get to that part. You’ll get the most scrappy bang for your buck that way, and I know you have more fabrics than you think you do!

The fabric supplies below will make one 9 1⁄2” x 12 1⁄2” (9” x 12” finished) block, which we will create in class.

  •   Background: One fat quarter
  •   Fruity-colored scraps: 15 different fabric scraps in "margarita-y" colors
  •   Lime green (inner lime): 5-6 scraps
  •   Dark green (lime rind): One 6” square or equivalent
  •   Blue (glass stem): One 6” square or equivalent

Essential Supplies:

Optional Supplies:

Planning & Piecing - LaTanya Portillo


For this workshop you only need the Planning & Piecing Workbook - available as a free bonus from LaTanya. 

Quilt As You Go Placemat - AJ Young


Supplies (makes 1 placemat): 

  • 12" x 18" low-loft cotton batting (such as Warm and Natural cotton batting or equivalent)
  • 12" x 18" quilting cotton (for placemat backing)
  • assorted quilting cotton fabric scraps (approximately 1 fat quarter worth)
  • BUY A KIT: If you’d prefer, you can purchase a Quilt As You Go Placemat Kit from AJ & Co-Create Studio. Kits contain all fabric and batting necessary for 1 placemat. 

Tools Required: 


Quilted Fabric Postcards - Sarah Ruiz


Machine Suggestions:

 Required Supplies:

Optional Supplies:

  • Items needed for specific techniques you intend to use (templates for foundation paper piecing, fusible web for applique, etc.)
  • Small scissors for thread trimming

BUY A KIT: Buy a Quilted Fabric Postcard Supply Kit from Sarah! 


Stained Glass Quilting with Reversible Patchwork - Elizabeth DeCroos


 Here are the fabric requirements for both the small option (11" square) and the large option (20" square). Batik fabric is highly recommended.

Small Option (11" square):

Fabric 1:

  • Four pieces of 5" x 5"
  • Four pieces of 5" x 6"

Fabric 2:

  •  Two pieces of 5" x 5"
  •  One piece of 4" x 4"

Large Option (20" square):

Fabrics 1 & 2 (Batik Fabric Recommended):

  • Eight pieces of 5" x 5"
  • Eight pieces of 5" x 6"
  • Two pieces of 4" x 4"

Straight Path to Easy Curve Piecing supply list - Marija Vujcic



  • ½ yard of focus fabric (main fabric, such as floral, geometric, or themed fabric)
  • 1 fat quarter EACH of two coordinating fabrics (can be two colors that coordinate with focus fabric, solids, blenders, or similar)
  • ⅓ yard for binding and accent strip fabric (optional). Can be an accent color chosen for binding and accent strips.

Cutting Tools:

Sewing Tools:

Using Textile Paint to Enhance Your Art Quilting - Roxane Lessa