Supply List for Jan Krentz’s Mastering the8-Point Intersection at Quilt Congress

Mastering Machine-­Pieced 8-­Pointed Intersections
3-hour technique workshop with Jan Krentz
Master the piecing techniques for beautiful, perfect 8-pointed intersections! Many quilt designs
feature 8-point intersections. This workshop explores two techniques to sew and press seams in
Kaleidoscope blocks, creating smooth accurate intersections. The techniques apply to
Kaleidoscope, Lone Star, LeMoyne Star, Pinwheel, Spider Web, Harbor Lights and related
Supply list:
Sewing snips or thread cutter
1 spool of medium-value thread (grey or tan), bobbin wound with same or similar color
Sewing machine with standard foot (and ability to move the needle position right to
left) or quarter-inch foot
Wooden pressing stick or seam roller (if you have one)
Optional 􀂱 for use at home (not needed in class):
Iron 􀂱 for final block pressing
Rotary cutting equipment
Scrap fabrics (if you want to add borders or backing to your Kaleidoscope
Scrap batting pieces (if a small finished project is desired)
$20 class kit, (payable on class day to the instructor)
Pre-cut fabrics for two Kaleidoscope blocks
Full instruction sheet
Glass-headed pins
Wooden skewer
Sewing seam calibration strips and narrow tape guide
Heavy Zip-lock style project bag
Optional purchases from instructor in class:
Quick Star Quilts book
Fast2Cut Fussy Cutter 45 Diamond ruler set
Perfect Piecing Seam Allowance tool
Jan Krentz Corner Marking & Seam Allowance tool
Wood pressing stick tools (limited supply available)
Wood seam roller tools (limited supply available)
A limited number of classroom-use tools will be available to borrow in class from the
Wood pressing sticks
Jan Krentz Corner Marking & Seam Allowance tools
Fast2Cut Fussy Cutter 45 Diamond rulers
Perfect Piecing Seam Allowance tools

Supply List for Jan Krentz’s Water Lily Workshop at Quilt Congress

3-hour Applique Technique workshop with Jan Krentz
Try your hand at impressionistic flower applique in this 3-hour technique workshop.
Reminiscent of the flowers and lily pads seen in Monet’s Water Lily paintings, students learn a
machine applique technique to embellish projects with dimensional water lily flowers and buds.
The workshop will cover the use of embroidery foundations, threads, and stitch techniques.
Kit Contents:
• Color coordinated cotton fabrics,
• sheer fabrics,
• pearl cotton,
• glass beads,
• embroidery stabilizer,
• fusible web,
• parchment paper to be used as a release sheet
• heavy weight zip-lock style project bag.
Colorful specialty thread will be available for use during class.
Students will work on their own sewing machines, using basic stitches in the machine’s
• Bring your machine in good working order with a zig-zag throat plate, zig-zag foot or
open-toe applique foot.
• 1-2 empty bobbins
• If you are unfamiliar with your machine, or rarely use stitches except the straight
stitch, please bring your machine instruction manual (for reference to adjust tension
settings or activate decorative stitches)
Additional equipment
• scissors with sharp blades (for
cutting multiple layers of fabric)
• pen or pencil for notes
• Extra fine sharpie marking pen
• $20 kit fee for flower fabrics,
foundations, beads and accessories
• Sewing machine with a darning foot
• Metafil or embroidery topstitching
• extra fine .5mm shaft glass headed
• multi-outlet power strip and heavy
weight extension cord
• Diamond Quilts and Beyond book – sale price – $10
• additional Water Lily flower & lily pad kits (limited supply) – $13
• Fast2cut Fussy Cutter Diamond ruler set – $25