Heirloom Classes Supply Lists

INTRODUCTION TO HEIRLOOM SUPPLY LIST

1 5/8 yd of fabric for pillow (white or pale color of batiste is recommended)

 ½ yd fabric for pillow casing (can be same fabric)

 2 ¾ yd of ½” lace insertion

 5/8 yd of ½” edging lace

 1 yd of entredeux

 Poly stuffing for pillow

 5 or 7 groove pintuck foot

 Gathering foot (optional)

 Size 70 needle for machine

 120 needle or 100 wing needle

 2.0/80 double needle

 Edge & Joining foot (optional but very handy to use)

 Glass head pins

 Tear away or wash away stabilizer 

 Spray starch

 Cotton embroidery thread (fine 60)

 Glue stick or Roxanne's glue

 Lace shaping board necessary

Supply list for Picture Smocking

“Joy of Smocking” book (other instruction sheets will also be provided)

 Magnetic board, if possible (cross stitchers use this to keep track of rows)

 #7 darner needle & crewel needles size 6, 7 or 8 if you prefer

 Assorted floss colors

 Pleated piece of fabric will be furnished (this will be a practice class, no finished product)

 Small scissors 

SUPPLY LIST FOR GEOMETRIC SMOCKING

 “Joy of Smocking” book

Crewel/Embroidery needles – sizes 6, 7 or 8

Milliner’s needle (optional)

Small scissors

Several colors of floss

Pleated piece of fabric will be provided

You will be doing a sampler piece to learn the various stitches.

 For your info:  A lap desk (bean bag underneath) is great for resting your smocking piece on while you are doing your stitches.

SUPPLY LIST FOR DREAM MASK 

1/3 yd medium weight fabric

1/3 yd flannel or other lining fabric

¼ yd fusible fleece

Fusible weft or other interfacing

Tear away stabilizer

½ yd elastic, ½” or ¾” width

Decorative threads for embroidery

Sewing thread to match fabric

Embroidery machine with USB port

6 by 10 or 5 by 7 hoop

Normal sewing supplies (embroidery & universal needles, marking pens, scissors etc.)

Supply list for Heirloom Baby Quilt

Book “Heirloom Quilts by Machine” by Martha Pullen

 4 yds of ecru or white batiste for blocks

 3 yds contrasting color batiste

 3 yds backing fabric

The above amounts of fabric will be enough to complete the quilt.

 All other supplies listed in the “Heirloom Quilts by Machine” book (page 22)

 NOTE:  The designs listed in the book can be changed to designs of your choice, but they have to fit in the allotted spaces in each block. 

These designs should be done on the blocks before class so you will have class time to do the heirloom techniques.

SUPPLY LIST FOR HEIRLOOM BLOCKS – (FIRST 3 BLOCKS)

1 yd batiste or fine cotton

2 7/8 yd of 3/8” lace insertion

1 1/8 yd of 1” lace edging

7/8 yd of 5/8” lace edging

7/8 yd of entredeux

Wash away stabilizer

Glass head pins

Lace shaping board

“Roxanne Glue Baste-It” or glue stick

100 wing needle or 120 Universal needle for hemstitches

Size 70 or 75 needle

Embroidery machine needle

60w fine embroidery thread (Mettler), color to match laces& fabric

Rayon or Poly decorative threads of choice for machine embroidery

Spray starch

Normal sewing supplies, such as scissors, rulers, etc.

Sewing & embroidery machine

“Heirloom Quilts by Machine” book by Martha Pullen (may use mine for 1st class)

A mini iron is great for lace shaping, if you have one.  I’ll have one to use during the class.

NOTE:  Embroidery designs for blocks will be furnished by the teacher, to be downloaded to your embroidery machines in class).  

SUPPLY LIST FOR HEIRLOOM BLOCKS – (FIRST 3 BLOCKS)

1 yd batiste or fine cotton

2 7/8 yd of 3/8” lace insertion

1 1/8 yd of 1” lace edging

7/8 yd of 5/8” lace edging

7/8 yd of entredeux

Wash away stabilizer

Glass head pins

Lace shaping board

“Roxanne Glue Baste-It” or glue stick

100 wing needle or 120 Universal needle for hemstitches

Size 70 or 75 needle

Embroidery machine needle

60w fine embroidery thread (Mettler), color to match laces& fabric

Rayon or Poly decorative threads of choice for machine embroidery

Spray starch

Normal sewing supplies, such as scissors, rulers, etc.

Sewing & embroidery machine

“Heirloom Quilts by Machine” book by Martha Pullen (may use mine for 1st class)

A mini iron is great for lace shaping, if you have one.  I’ll have one to use during the class.

NOTE:  Embroidery designs for blocks will be furnished by the teacher, to be downloaded to your embroidery machines in class).