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Prism Kaleidoscope Quilt with Sharon

Using just two fabrics, make this stunning kaleidoscope quilt using the Prism blue border print from In the Beginning Fabrics and a white background. Designed by Jason Yenter, the way the octagons are cut from the border fabric, the lattice look is part of the blocks! Sharon will guide you through the cutting and piecing steps to get you launched on this great pattern.
Class to be held at the Lumberyard Arts Center on Wed., June 7 from 10am to 3pm.

***Do NOT prewash or cut your fabric prior to class.***

Prism border fabric, white background fabric, and Prism Kaleidoscope pattern available at Quilters' Paradise.

Supply List:
Rotary cutter and self-healing mat
Acrylic rulers recommend: 6 x 24" and 12 1/2" square
Sewing scissors/snips
Pins and pincushion or container
Seam ripper
Neutral sewing thread to blend with fabric (light gray or cream blend well)
Sewing machine (bring instruction book and accessories)
Quarter inch foot for sewing machine
Extension cord or power strip with 6' cord

Quilting and textile art classes are co-sponsored by Quilters' Paradise and the Lumberyard Arts Center as part of the Quilt Capital of Kansas programming.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Beginner/Intermediate quilters welcome. Requires basic knowledge of quilting techniques and sewing.
Instructor: Sharon Vesecky
Instructor Bio: Sharon Vesecky, Quilters' Paradise owner and experienced quilter, offers classes on hand quilting and other techniques, as well as various projects based on patterns in the shop.
Class fee

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.
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About Quilters' Paradise

Quilters' Paradise Quilt Shop, owned and run by Sharon Vesecky, opened its doors in its current location on January 3, 1989.