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4831 Augusta Rd Ste A
Savannah, GA 31408
(912) 966-5626

Wonky Diamonds-A Layer Cake Quilt

Easy and fun to do, this Wonky Diamonds Quilt works up quickly.  The size you make it is up to you.  One layer cake and 2 ½ yard of fabric will make 2 baby quilts or a large lap quilt.  There is no pattern to purchasethe quilt has few instructions (a sheet will be provided in class) and is based on a quilt by Tiffany Goff. 


• One layer cake – Small fun prints are best.  If you are doing a baby quilt you can split with a friend.  
• ¼ yards of coordinating fabric.  2 ½ yards will give you enough fabric for some extra small projects made with the left-over squares.
• If you come into Sew Much More before class we will help you pick your fabric.


Supply List:

• Sewing Machine in good working order, cord and foot pedal (¼” presser foot is optional)
• Standard Sewing tools (pins, scissors, seam ripper, neutral/matching thread, etc.)
• Rotary cutter with new blade
• Cutting Mat
• 8 1/2” square ruler and a 6” x 12” rulers.  If you don’t have these exact rulers a larger square ruler and any straight ruler over than 10” will do.  


Class note:  Although any skill level quilter would enjoy this class, you will be required to have a working knowledge of your sewing machine. The class schedule does not allow the instructor time to assist students with their machines. We recommend you bring your sewing machine manual to class in the event you run into a problem.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Confident Beginner
Instructor: Cat Allard
Instructor Bio: Cat Allard has been sewing since she was six years old, when her Aunt Dobbin put a needle in her hand and taught her the magic of sewing. She began quilting in 1993 after graduating with a Fine Arts degree in Painting and Photography from Long Island University (C. W. Post). She began teaching classes in fabric painting, photo quilting and general quilting in 1996. Her hand-painted fabric appears in award winning fiber art quilts, as well as in her own quilts and those of other fabric-artists. By 2000 Cat Allard added Quilt repair and restoration to her talents and working with antique quilts became a passion, restoring several historic quilts from the 1860's, as well as repairing current quilts so that they can be used again by their owners. She has lectured on the process to local quilt guilds and evaluated many quilts suggesting the best methods for restoration and repair. She teaches a variety of classes, including quilt making of all kinds, bags, gifts (placemats and other home items), Sashiko, Crazy quilting and Quilting with Rulers.

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.