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Beginning Machine Quilting Part 1 - Make a Quilt Top for Ages 10-15
Students will create an adorable 48"x61" quilt top. This flex schedule 8-week class will take students through fabric basics, sewing machine parts/functions, cutting and piecing fabric, and using the sewing machine to assemble a quilt top.
Jessica Garcia, M.Ed.
2 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 3 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
No live meetings
Over 8 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a "Flex" course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Have you ever seen an adorable quilt and wished you knew how to quilt so that you could teach your child? Let me be your child’s quilting teacher! Knowing how to sew opens up a world of creativity and productivity! Making a hand-made quilt from a stack of fabric is extremely satisfying, and enjoyable - plus, quilting is a wonderful life skill! Quilting is not as difficult as it may sound. This flexible schedule 8-week course will take your child through fabric basics, sewing machine...
At the conclusion of this 8-week course, your child will have completed a 48"x61" quilt top and will be ready to send their quilt top to a quilting service for completion OR be qualified for the second course in this series, Making the Quilt Sandwich. This second course teaches students how to turn a quilt top into a completed quilt including batting, backing, and hand-made binding. This second course also teaches students the “Stitch in the Ditch” technique of joining the three layers of the quilt.
Students will work on creating their quilt top individually after they watch the course video. Week 1 Assignment - Students will upload a video of themself threading and loading the bobbin and installing and threading the needle. Week 2 Assignment - Students will upload a video of themself sewing a straight line using a ¼” sewing foot on a piece of fabric. Students should comment on at least two classmates' posts with a question or encouraging comment. Week 3 Assignment - Students will use the rotary cutter and acrylic ruler to cut 18 of the 10” layer cake squares in half and will upload a photo of their cut fabric. Students should comment on at least two classmates' posts with a question or encouraging comment. Week 4 Assignment: Students will spend this week laying out their quilt pattern, labeling the pieces, and pinning their pieces together. Students should upload a photo of their quilt layout before pinning the pieces together, and share about how they decided to arrange the pieces. Students must comment on at least two classmates' posts. Week 5 Assignment - Students will spend this week piecing their fabric together. Students will upload a photo of their pieced rows arranged on the ground and will post about what went well and what was challenging. Students should comment on at least two classmates' posts. Week 6 Assignment - Students will piece their rows, completed in week 5, together in order to assemble the quilt top. Students should post a photo of their rows pieced together and share one thing that went well or that was challenging. Students should comment on at least two classmates' posts. Week 7 Assignment - Students will "square up" their quilts and upload a photo of their finished product. Week 8 Assignment - Students should comment on two classmates' finished quilts.
1 file available upon enrollmentSewing machine Two spools of white thread Layer Cake of patterned fabric - must be 100% cotton (42 pre-cut 10” squares) - These can be obtained from almost any online sewing shop. I recommend getting a layer cake with a variety of coordinating fabric patterns. ¼” yard of extra fabric for practice Rotary cutter Self-healing cutting mat Acrylic Ruler designed for rotary cutting ¼” sewing machine foot (preferably with a guide such as this: https://rb.gy/tkpebb) Pins (about 40-50) Iron & Ironing mat or board Fabric starch spray Seam ripper (just in case!) Quilt pattern (provided by instructor)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
While this course is not graded, the instructor will provide feedback to students throughout the course. Students will successfully complete this course by completing their quilt top.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Parents may occasionally need to help younger learners with the sewing machine if students get stuck. Parents should supervise young learners to ensure safety.
Jessica Garcia, M.Ed. Master of Education with 12 years of teaching in public schools & 9 years of homeschooling
2 total reviews
6 completed classes
I love all subjects, but quilting, language arts, writing, and math are my favorite subjects to teach. I am a graduate of the University of California, Davis, and Western Governors University. I have a Master of Education in Learning & Technology,...