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Ruler Work Basics with Katie Cash

Quilting Design Using Ruler Work on Your Domestic Machine

Katie Cash

Materials needed:
Most important … You will need a “ruler foot” that fits your machine. Each machine has a different
requirement based on its shank length. Talk with Gwen about the ruler foot that will be required for your
A Ruler Work Kit by Westalee;
Sewline quilt top marking pen;
Two approximately 21” x 21” pieces of fabric, one for the top, one for the back; (It would be best to use a
solid or tone on tone fabric for this practice piece so you can see your stitches)
Two 21” x 21” pieces of 100% cotton batting;
(If you choose, Gwen will supply a kit containing the materials listed above)
A selection of thread. I prefer a variegated 50 weight thread but you may use solids either in long staple
cotton or synthetic;
A straight edge ruler such as the Omni Grid 12” x 1” ruler. You need some thickness with this so it can be
used with the ruler foot to stitch a straight line;
I also use my Omni Grid 6” x 24” cutting ruler a lot for marking;
Machingers or a similar quilting glove of your choice;
Topstitch 90/14 machine needles;
Seam Ripper;
Additional gripping material for the back of the template such as Handi Grip;
Hand sewing needle, somewhat heavy with a sharp point and a large eye;
Safety pins, the 1” long kind that you would use to pin a quilt top. A dozen or so;
Two additional piece of fabric, about 21” x 21” (top and backing), size and an addition 2 pieces of 100%
cotton batting.
A couple pieces of drawing paper and a sharp pencil; (optional, but you never know)
Amanda Murphy - Ruler Work Quilting Idea Book (also optional)

Ruler Work Basics with Katie Cash

$ 85.00
Fabric and Supplies Available at MSQCo