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Pumpkinhead - Tustin



Happy Halloween! Mr. and Mrs. Pumpkin Head are all dressed up and ready for their annual Halloween portraits. Join in on the fabric collage fun in this quick and easy 3-hour class. If you are new to fabric collage, this is the perfect class for you and if you are an experienced fabric collage-er, this will be a fun project to add to your holiday decorations. I chose to frame my 2 collages in picture frames, but you could use canvases or add them to a pillow or table runner. You can make both pumpkins or just one.

I will have kits available in class that include all the fabrics needed to make both Mr. and Mrs. Kits will be $15 paid cash to the teacher. I will also have Pumpkin Heads available to purchase for $2 each cash paid to the teacher.

Supply List:

Mrs. Pumpkin Head Pattern by Laura Heine**

Mr. Pumpkin Head Pattern by Laura Heine**

Mrs. Pumpkin Head Fabrics*

1 - Fabric Printed Pumpkin Head 6” x5” tall or Fabrics to make a Pumpkin Head

           6” Square of Fabric for Dress

           6” Square of Fabric for Shawl

           2- Fabric “Buttons”

           2” Square of Fabric for Neck

Assortment of small cuttables for brioche AND to add interest to background and dress.

4- 4” x 11” of Different Fabrics for the Background

Mr. Pumpkin Head Fabrics*

1-    Fabric Printed Pumpkin Head 6” x5” tall or Fabrics to make a Pumpkin Head

9”x 6” Fabric for Jacket

2 ½” Square of Fabric for Tie

6” x 4” of Fabric for Jacket Collar

6” x 3” of Fabric for Shirt

2” Square of Fabric for Neck

Assortment of small cuttables to add interest to his outfit and background.

4- 4”x 11” of 4 Different Fabrics for the Background

2- 10 ½” x 12 ½” Pattern Ease Foundation*

Fusing Mat*

Karen Kay Buckley Perfect Scissors Large or Medium*

4 yards of Steam-a-Seam 2 12” wide*

3 #2 Pencils

Rotary Cutter/Mat/ 24” or 18” ruler*

Iron/Mat**

Unscented Dryer Sheets

Painters Tape

10 Paper Plates to sort your fabrics.

This is a collage only class, you will not need to bring your sewing machine. Once your collage is finished, you will need to quilt it and we will discuss this process in class.

Prep Work:

  1. Purchase Supplies from Mel’s Sewing and Fabric.
  2. Iron Steam-A-Seam 2 to the back of all your fabrics.
  3. Fussy cut all your small cuttables, leaving about 1/8” of background around edge.

 

These steps can be finished in class if you are unsure of the process.


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Instructor: Ruth Locke
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