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160 Cypress Point Pkwy STE D116  Palm Coast, FL 32164

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Stain glass….glass…has been around for over  thousand years. But today it is not limited to glass.  Quilters have taken it on a a quilting project.  The technique presented here is quite simple...and there is no cutting of glass😀 🤡❤️👍🏼.

- Pattern (Molly will provide this)
- Fabrics for background  (5 different fabrics that are not too busy. You don't want fabrics that would compete with the flower. Should be about the same color with different tone on tone pattern, this is the background, not the focus) - You can use fat quarters
- Fabric for the cone flower (color should contrast with the background, small pieces work well)
- Backing fabric (approx 20” x 26”)
- Fabric for sleev
- Lightweight non-fusible interfacing (approx 20” x 26”)
- One roll (11 yards) of 1/4” bias fusible tape, black, made by Clover or Dritz
- Twin needle size 3.0
- Thread to match fabrics and two spools of black to match lead fabric
- Glue stick or glue pen
- Freezer paper (approx 20” x 26”)
- 12” square for tracing flower
- Batting about 20” x 26”
- Saral tracing paper
- Mini iron
- Chalk pencil or Frixion heat erasable pen
- Sewing machine with ability to do a zig zag, or blind hem stitch 
- Basic sewing supplies.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Advanced Beginner - must know how to operate your sewing machine
Instructor: Molly Waddell
Instructor Bio: Molly became an avid quilter when she won a quilt that was raffled off by a local quilt guild. She joined the guild and over the years took on various guild responsibilities including co-chair for two separate terms and newsletter editor. After taking many classes, both locally and nationally, she began teaching at shows, at local quilt shops and at guilds. Molly also continues to take classes to learn new techniques and to improve her skills. Her Harbor Lighthouse quilt was featured on the cover of the National Quilting Association (Winter December 2010) Quilting Quarterly Magazine. In 2002 and 2004 she was the co-chair for the biennial quilt show sponsored by the Quilters Consortium of New York State, Inc. As a quilt judges aide, Molly decided to embark on furthering her knowledge in quilting. After two and half years of intense study she became a National Quilting Association Certified Judge. She is also qualified to judge Master Quilts. Molly's goals as a teacher and as a quilt judge are to recognize the creativity and expertise of each quilt maker, to objectively and fairly evaluate quilts and wearable arts and to give constructive comments to quilters so that they may improve their workmanship and artistry, and to encourage them to stretch their creativity. Molly also designs quilts and quilted wall hangings. She self publishes her patterns under the name of Double Diamond designs. In addition to local shows her quilts have been exhibited at Mid Atlantic Quilt Festivals, Quilt Odyssey in Hershey, PA, The Quilter's Gathering in Nashua, NH, The Quilters Consortium of NYS shows, Syracuse, NY, and the Vermont Quilt Festival. Molly enjoys all facets of quilting, whether it be applique by hand or machine, piecing, designing, quilting by hand or by machine and she enjoys employing various other techniques in her quilting. Molly now lives in Port Orange, Florida.
Includes pattern, education and discounts on materials

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