Tucker U Course 1-1001 Large Square Squared

Tucker University at Inspire Quilting

 

Tuesday –  2/20/18 from 5:30pm-7:30pm or

Thursday – 2/22/18 from 10am-Noon

CLASS FEE: $20

(includes laminated technique sheet and black line design sheets)

 

 

1-1001-Large Square Squared®

You asked for it, you’ve got it! More squares inside of squares inside of squares. The Large Square Squared® is a perfect format to feature any fussy cuts or embroidery pieces. But it doesn’t stop there! You’ll fall in love with the Snail’s Trail block when you use the Large Square Squared® tool by Studio 180 Designs – Deb Tucker.

 

*Required tool: Large Square Squared®

+Required Technique Sheet: Stacked Squares Technique Sheet

+Required Design Sheet: Large Square Squared

 

*Can be purchased at Inspire class with 15% discount      + Included in class fee

Basic Sewing Supplies Basic Quilting Supplies
Sewing machine with power cord and manual (just in case 😊 Rotary cutter with sharp blade and small cutting mat
Neutral color of thread and wound bobbin Marking pencil
Extra machine needles Best Press or light starch (optional)
Snips or trimming scissors and seam ripper 6 X 12 cutting ruler or similar small size

CLICK 1_1001 Large Square Squared for pdf Supply List

Fabric Requirements:

This is a good time to evaluate your scraps from previous classes and see if you can use some of them in your practice units during this class. Here are the precutting directions to make two 4” finished economy blocks and two 4” finished snail’s trail blocks.

For the economy block you will need the following: (Each set of squares should be from a different fabric.)

  • Two 2 ½” squares for the center
  • Four 2 ¾” squares for the first round; sub cut once on the diagonal to make 8 triangles
  • Four 3 ¼” squares for the next round; sub cut once on the diagonal to make 8 triangles

For the snail’s trail blocks you will need the following cut from each fabric A and fabric B

  • One 1 ¾” X 12” strip
  • One 2 ¾” square; sub cut once on the diagonal to make 2 triangles
  • One 3 ¼” square; sub cut once on the diagonal to make 2 triangles

From the background fabric, cut:

  • One 1 ¾” X 12” strip
  • Two 2 ¾” squares; sub cut once on the diagonal to make 4 triangles
  • Two 3 ¼” squares; sub cut once on the diagonal to make 4 triangles