Saturday, November 6th from 3PM-6PM Join Dusty and learn this interesting technique where you will actually weave fabric creating a new "fabric" that can be used for a coaster, a placement, a wall hanging or even a tote bag or wallet. In fact, take what you do in this class and then join Ashley next Saturday and use your weave creation and make a wallet for yourself out of that weave. Dusty will be providing your marked foam board - for the 1" weave you will need bring the following: Supply List · 5 strips of a dark print or dark solid 2” x WOF (each strip does not need to be the same fabric, just read as a dark – orphan jelly roll strips are great for this, just trim down to 2”) · 5 Strips of a light print or light solid 2” x WOF (each strip does not need to be the same fabric, just read as a light– again, orphan jelly roll strips are great for this, just trim down to 2”) Scrappy or Rainbow (shop sample): 16 strips of a rainbow colors or a contrasting shade to the above chosen fabrics 2” x 18” Or Single Color: 8 strips of a medium tone fabric or contrasting tones (to the previous chosen fabrics) 2” x WOF” (orphan jelly roll strips work too, just trim down to 2”) Necessary Supplies: · Wefty Needle · Stick Pins—recommend Magic Pins or Comfort Grip Pins – 1 pack is usually sufficient for this project. The pins chosen need to be sturdy and withstand ironing · 1” bias tape maker or Sasher—whichever you prefer, I can demonstrate the use of either or both · Scissors Optional: · Steam Iron – the shop has a few for our use, but having your own will assure you are not waiting. · Ironing surface — the shop has a few for our use, but having your own will assure you are not waiting. · Wool pressing mat—not necessary, but very helpful (8”x8” minimum) · Clover Hara Marker – helpful but not necessary, especially if you have the complete pair of Wefty Needles **Hand dexterity and knowledge of basic sewing machine use is necessary. **Due to COVID-19, any materials not readily available in store or generally found at home/sewing kit will be provided. ***A sewing machine is not required. While there is a little sewing at the beginning and the end of the project, the shop’s class machines will be available for this purpose. If you would prefer your own machine, please feel free to bring it to class.