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Facing Your Quilt Techniques - Newberg

Does your quilt appear to not need a traditional binding?  Learn how to add a facing on your quilt rather than adding the traditional binding to the outer edge.  Many art quilts are finished this way as adding a binding can distract from the ‘look’ you are wanting.  This is a technique class so you will be creating a sample for use later on your ‘real’ quilt.


$10.00 Payable to Instructor in Class includes the fabric, batting, and facing strips already cut for creating samples you can refer back to at a later date.


Ruler (doesn’t need to be huge)

Rotary Cutter (your favorite size)

14-In-1 Measuring Gauge ORYour Favorite Measuring Gauge

Cotton Thread in Neutral Shade

New Needle (Size 80/12 Sharp is my personal favorite)

Straight Pins (I like the Clover Patchwork Pins)

Seam Ripper (I like the Clover one)

Walking Foot (optional, but highly recommended)

Sewing Machine in Good Working Order

Sewing Machine Bobbins, Regular Sewing Foot, Power Cord, Foot Pedal, and



If you have any questions about this information please do not hesitate to contact me, Victoria Jones, my text/phone number is 503-989-3330 and my e-mail address is

Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details:
Instructor: Victoria Jones

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Included Materials



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


  2414 Portland Rd,
Newberg, OR 97132

12185 SW Main St,
Tigard, OR 97223


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