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South-West Sunset with Paul Leger

Supply list for South-West Sunset Workshop With Paul Leger                   

Please plan to arrive 30 minutes prior to workshop start to set-up so that everyone is ready to start on time.  

  •        Orange fabric: 45” for each of the light, medium and dark oranges 
  •        Turquoise fabric: 55" for each of the light, medium and dark turquoise
  •        Background: 3¼ meters
  •        Binding: 1 meter
  •        Sewing machine, with the correct cords and foot pedal.
  •        Pins.
  •        Seem ripper (in case).
  •        Scissors (small).
  •        Small ruler (1” x 6” or similar).
  •        Rotary cutter, the smaller the rotary cutter the better, I like using an 18mm or 28 mm. 
  •        Cutting mat 12" x 18" will work but bring what you have. 
  •        Different colored pencils (or markers, or crayons, or…..).
  •        Pencil or pen (preferably black but blue will work).
  •        Paper for note taking.
  •        And any other supplies that one likes to use while at the workshop.
  •        Required templates are available for purchase during the class and will receive 15% off.                  
  •        Lunch is on your own. We will take about a 30 minute break for lunch.


Skill Level: intermediate
Skill Details: Confident Beginner and Up
Materials Included: Pattern and Instructions
Instructor: Paul Leger
Instructor Bio: I live in Ottawa, Canada where I worked for the federal government for 16 years after spending 21 years in the Canadian Armed Forces, I retired on September 1, 2016. My journey in quilting in May 1990. My mother, Doris Bourque-L?ger, a quilter and dressmaker, encouraged me to buy a sewing machine ?for sewing emergencies?. One day, I got the idea to cut up the good parts of some old air force uniform shirts. "Why?" you ask - at the time I had no idea. After a few days, I recalled that in the "old days" people would use clothing to make bed quilts, so I set off to cut up more old shirts in an isosceles trapezoid shape, using SURGICAL SCISSORS! I sewed the pieces together based on an idea in my mind. ?The corners weren't square,? nor were the blocks. I ran out of fabric pieces, so I made my first trip to a quilting shop, the ?Cloth Castle in Langford, British Columbia,? There I got advice and bought more fabric. First top completed and liking the process so much, I had a second quilt top completed before I had sent the first one to my mother for quilting. ?It's on my bed today?. I took my first quilting course in September 1994 from Joan Winter in Barrie, Ontario, near the armed forces base where I was stationed. After moving to Ottawa in 1996, I joined my first guild. I took more courses and began to buy quilting books and lots of fabrics. Quilting has become my passion. I have made over 200 more quilts since then, and have never looked back. I now share my knowledge of quilting by teaching and doing presentations.

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.
  • Monday - Friday: 10am - 5pm
    Saturday: 9:30 am - 4pm
    Closed Sunday
  • Available by Appointment