• “The Lone Starburst Wall Hanging Class”

    The Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore Announces
    “The Lone Starburst Wall Hanging Class”

    The Lone Starburst Wall Hanging is a versatile pattern that allows you to try out all different color arrangements. This scrappy sample with vibrant colors outlined with white is dramatic.

    The wall hanging is approximately 21" X 22" when finished with the cornerstone stars and borders. The cornerstone stars are also paper pieced. The method used to teach this starburst prevents you from needing to remove the paper when finished!  The wall hanging can also be made with a red, white and blue theme.  Students need to have some familiarity with paper piecing as well as an advanced beginning level of sewing.
    Dates: Wednesdays, May 17 and June 14, 2023
    Time: 10:00am – 2:00pm
    Cost: $30 member/ $40 non member
    Instructor: Priscilla Hodge
    Please call Kay Butler to sign up at 410/829-5136

    Lone Starburst Wall Hanging Supply List

    Starburst fabrics: Use your cotton scraps to make this colorful Lone Starburst; pull out your scraps that want to use and come to class.

    A PATRIOTIC Starburst can also be made by using 8 reds, 8 blues and 8 white fabrics; or any variety of reds, blues and whites.

    Background fabric: ½ yard cotton

    Batting: 21” X 21” square

    Backing and sleeve: ¾ yard

    Binding: ¼ Yard OR three 2 ¼” wide WOF strips

    1st Border: 1/8 yard OR two 1” wide WOF strips

    2nd Border: ½ yard OR two 3 ¾” wide 19 ½” long strips and two 3 ¾” wide 13” long strips


    Working sewing machine with bobbins, presser feet and manual

    100% Cotton thread to coordinate with your Lone Starburst

    Scissors for snipping off threads

    Scissors for paper

    Schmetz Universal Needle Size 80/12 or Microtex Needle size 80/12

    Flathead pins to help secure fabric when paper piecing

    Roll’N Press to help flatten seams

    Rotary cutter with new blade in it

    Add-A-Quarter Ruler 12-inch size – helps cutting lines for paper piecing.
    (You can use a clear ruler but need to be careful when cutting to add a quarter of an inch to fabric.)

    Small 5” X 7” cutting mat if you have one that can stay next to your sewing machine
    (Classroom has a couple of large mats)

    6” X 24” clear ruler, classroom has one also.

    6” X 12” clear ruler, if you have one

    Any other sewing supplies that you like to use

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