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KC Landmark Paper-Piecing Workshop

Paper Piecing of any KC Landmark pattern - Roasterie, Shuttlecock, Sky Stations, Jazz District, Scout, Day at the K, or Western Auto with an Everyday Stitches Designer.
4-hour workshop | Confident Beginner-Advanced | Pick the pattern of your choice

Supply List
• Pattern of your choice – Roasterie, Shuttlecock, Sky Stations, Jazz District, Scout, Day at the K, or Western Auto
• Add-a-Quarter ruler, optional but highly recommended. A regular acrylic ruler works great too.
• A personal mat, personal iron, and ironing board are nice – bring them if you have them. If you don’t have
these, there will be irons and mats available in the classroom.
• Sewing machine - don't forget your foot pedal and power cord
• Paper Scissors
• All your favorite sewing notions, i.e. scissors, rotary cutter, pins, etc.

• Fabric:
Large variety of scraps in blues and grays
(light, medium, and dark in each color family)
1/4-yard red prints or solid
1/8-yard yellow print or solid
1/8-yard silver print

Western Auto
• Fabric:
Large variety of scraps in medium and dark blues
and light to medium grays
1/2-yard red print
1/2-yard light red print

• Fabric:
Large variety of scraps in light to medium blues AND
greens and dark greens
Medium gray, tan print, and dark tan scraps
6 DIFFERENT light gray prints (large scraps) for feathers
Variety of medium to dark orange scraps
plus 1/4 yard for binding
Bright white solid (large scrap)

Before class
• Gather your fabric.
• Make sure your machine is in working order and you know how to use it!
• Snacks and water are always a good thing to have in class!

Note: Pre-printed paper piecing templates (printed on newsprint) will be provided. If you prefer to use a
different paper piecing paper, you’re welcome to print your own templates (included in the pattern) before

If you have questions, email Jenifer at

Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details: Advanced Beginner to Intermediate Level
Materials Included: Printed Foundation papers
Requirements: Must purchase pattern from KC Maker Studio
Instructor: Trisch Price
Instructor Bio: Trisch is a partner and designer in the Everyday Stitches pattern brand. Her first landmark design was the Western Auto pattern and it was such a hit that the landmark series was born. Trisch is a high school teacher by day and pattern designer in her spare time. She enjoys modern quilting and has a wonderful design eye. You'll definitely have a great day in any of Trisch's classes.

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Included Materials



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