With Lynn Davis – Beginner Friendly

Sunday, June 14th, 9am – 4pm

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About the Class

Ages 16 and up

Beginner Friendly

Come waltz through a traditionally pieced pattern using a quick, modern, fusible technique of applique.  Easy for beginners.  No needle turning.

What you need to bring:

Background Squares – 1 1/8 yards – Choose a solid fabric or a lightly textured fabric that contrasts with the arcs.  A tone on tone fabric works well.

Arcs – 3/8 yard of two different fabrics  Choose different prints in small and medium scales.

Corners – 1/3 yard  Use a solid appearing fabric to complement the arcs.

Light-weight , non-woven Fusible Interfacing – 1 3/4 yards

Binding – 3/8 yard

Backing –  1 2/3 yards

Batting 26″ x 58″

Long tweezers or non-locking hemostat or long nose pliers ($2 at Dollar General).


Neutral thread

Colored thread for quilting – Choose a high contrast or one that matches your fabrics.

Sharp Rotary Cutter and mat

6″ x 24″ ruler

Long straight pins

Curved quilting safety pins

Sewing Machine. (If you do not have a sewing machine, FACES does have a limited number of sewing machines. Please email info@fiberartscenter.com to confirm if one is available for you to use.)

Helpful but optional: rotary cutter, seam ripper, cutting mat, 6 x 24 inch ruler, iron, ironing pad.

There will be a 45 minute lunch break.  Please plan accordingly.  You may pack or go out.

Class Fee $30

About Your Teacher, Lynn Davis

Lynn Davis has had a love for many fiber arts since childhood.  Quilts are particularly special to her for their rich history and tradition of being stitched with love and out of necessity to keep a family warm.  Lynn’s personal journey with quilts began in 2010 when she joined a local quilt guild.  Her favorite quilts to make are one that are fast, fun and done.  She now enjoys sharing the tips and techniques that she has tried with others, especially beginners, who want to tell their own story and wrap someone else in stitches of love and warmth.