Tucker U Course 1-701 Corner Pop

1-701 Corner Pop®

Tuesday –  11/14/17 from 5:30pm-7:30pm or

Thursday – 11/16/17 from 10am-Noon

CLASS FEE: $20

(includes laminated design sheet, laminated technique sheet and black line design sheets)

 

 

Stop throwing away half of those squares you use to pop off a corner and start saving your fabric by using the Corner Pop®. Before you know it, you will be popping off the corners of every unit. The Corner Pop® does just that, it helps to add a pop of color to any unit and can add a secondary pattern to your quilt.

 

 

CLICK 1_701 Corner Pop for pdf supply list

*Required tool: Corner Pop®

+Required Design Sheet: Corner Pop

 

*Can be purchased at Inspire class with 20% 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

 

Fabric Requirements:

Note: If you have already taker previous Tucker University courses, you may already have some smaller scraps that measure at least 3 ¼” square. If this is the case, you’re ready for class.

 

Approximately 2 strips of fabric that measure no less than 3 ¼” wide. For best results, these strips should read as a solid and be in strong contrast to your pre-class units as specified below.

 

Pre-class construction of units

(4) 4 ½” squares of fabric

(4) 4 ½” (cut size) half square triangles*

Units of your choice that have a cut size of 4 ½” or in the case of a flying goose, the cut size of 4 ½” X 2 ½”. For example, you might elect to construct (4) 4 1/3” V Blocks* units, or (4) Corner Beam* units.

 

*unit can be constructed using a Studio 180 Design tool.

 

 

Supply lists are available on line (www.inspirequilting.com) and we will have little fabric bundles available for purchase if you want to have a coordinated project at the end of the school year.