Jelly-Roll rugs are the latest craze and lots of fun to make. There are many choices for you in this class, you can choose to make a rug, rectangular or circular, small or large, placemats or even trivets! Instructor will teach you the basics and some tricks to make your jelly roll project fun and fast. CAUTION...these are a lot of fun to make and a bit addicting, so beware!
Beginner to Advanced
No materials included with class. Class will run 10am to 4pm; the doors will open at 9:30am for teacher and student set up. There will be a 30 minute break for lunch. Please bring a sack lunch or there are a couple of restaurants near the Museum.
Please bring a sewing machine that you know how to operate.
Students must bring their own sewing machine, with an open toe foot or walking foot that will allow a zig-zag stitch about 5.0 mm wide.
Jelly-Roll Rug Pattern by RJ Designs (available in the Museum gift shop)
14-18 size Jeans needle
Neutral thread to match or blend with all your fabric. Students may want to prefill several bobbins with matching thread. (These rugs take a lot of thread.)
Stylus or long tweezers
Assorted 2-1/2" x WOF fabric strips (see below for quantities).
2 1/2" batting strips. If you are cutting your own batting cut slightly narrower as a full 2 1/2" strip will need to be overlapped. This is a great way to use up your scrap batting. You can also purchase pre-cut batting rolls from the Museum gift shop. If you purchase the pre-cut rolls bring a large binding clip and a piece of string about 20" long to hang the roll on the edge of the table.
1 dozen small binding clips, or more.
Rotary cutter, small cutting mat, and scissors.
02_16_2019: Jelly Roll Rug Class
$ 50.00 Class fee is for instruction only. No pattern or meals included in price.
Evolutions 2019 Juried Challenge and Miniature Quilts from the Tina M. Gravatt Collection Through October 19, 2019