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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Sea and Shore Class - Supply List
    cotton and other fabrics in suitably sea and shoreish colours Small quantities of a good selection are a good idea I also have a big scrap box which you can use A piece or pieces to make the ground I usually like to have two or three strips the total area will be about 2 feet square A piece of similar size for the backing Batting wadding the same size

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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Embellished Landscape Class - Supply List
    sorts in naturalistic or impressionistic colours Start with a good range of cotton fabrics then add the more exotic pieces from your stash such as organza silk shiny fabrics etc Hand dyes and batiks are particularly nice for landscapes You will need quite a lot of fabric for the Faux chenille and so on these can be fabrics you want to use up Don t forget that you will need

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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Classes - Sheer Delight Supply List
    bobbins and all the feet You do not need a particularly fancy machine but zig zag is useful Please do not bring toy sewing machines Also threads scissors pins etc I will supply fabrics tools such as soldering irons and

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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Classes - Screen Printing - Supply List
    Fabric to print on You will probably make a short run of prints so bring more than you think you need White unbleached or plain coloured cotton silk or linen is best but the screen printing ink will work on most fabrics icluding transparent and textures I often print onto hand dyed fabrics with good results Good rubber gloves Marigolds not the disposable kind Old clothes please printing can be

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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Classes - Textures of Summer Supply List
    at least 8 Orange square 5 x 7 inch squares and one 7 1 2 inch square in shades of orange plus one six inch square in bright yellow and one 4 inch square in a darkish red or brown fabric Yellow square one 6 1 2 inch background square in yellow One 9 inch square and one 5 inch square for the centre of the sunflower in a plainish yellow fabric marbled fabrics or hand dyes are nice Scraps or 2 different fat eighths in other yellows for the petals Small beads in yellows oranges or browns Green square one 6 1 2 inch square in green for the background Three pieces about 6 by 3 inches in different green prints for the leaves Green yarn or heavy embroidery thread Blue square one 12 inch square in a water like blue Yarn or heavy embroidery thread for couching perhaps something shimmery Three 10 inch squares for setting triangles in any colour you like I used purples Batting and backing to suit a piece just wider than a quarter metre of each Yarn for tassell you can use the remainder of the two you have used on the green and

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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Classes - Spiral Quilt Supply List
    sequence You don t need much of each colour so fat 1 8ths will do Have at least one long quarter from this selection for binding I recommend that you choose tone on tone type prints avoid too much white cream in the background of the prints 3 4 metre plain dark fabric to tone with or complement your accent colours very dark red navy black dark purple Make sure this is the darkest fabric in the set Note I have taught this class many times and there is usually a pale version in each class it s up to you 3 4 metre for backing Batting I prefer cotton batting as thin as possible but the highly compressed or very thin polys are OK 3 4 metre of calico pre washed please or old clean white sheet for the foundation layer Optional One piece each of a bold black and white print not too large a pattern and a very shiny fabric solid gold and silver are good Eighths again Thread fine thread in a neutral or matching colour for piecing Decorative thread variegated is nice for quilting Sewing tools as usual pins scissors pencil cutter and mat ruler

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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Kite Making Class - Supply List
    use a treadle I can lend one Scissors pins pencil white pencil Bic biro ruler Polyester thread The fine stuff that comes on 1000m reels is very good for kitemaking and is cheap Do not bring upholstery extra strong or cotton thread I supply kite fabric patterns spars and other materials as required Please talk to me before class about the kite s you want to make Please note I

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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Dye Class Supply List
    you If you have a problem getting anything please let me know in good time 7 1 2 metres of good quality 100 cotton fabric Use 100 cotton without a permanent finish Use good quality cloth or you will have expensively dyed cheap fabric Always pre wash with a non bio detergent I use Ecover even if it is PFD Prepared for Dyeing as the results are better I use good quality second hand sheets a lot Make sure they are sound and 100 cotton if you want to do this You may also wish to bring some small oddments of printed fabrics to see what happens when you put them into a dyebath At least 15 Large jam jars coffee jars or the like I use 2lb jars but 1lb jars will do you just get to dye smaller pieces If you bring 1lb jars bring more of them Large coffee jars preserving jars etc are fine Bigger jars are fine Plastic containers will also do I use a lot of ice cream tubs and the like Please make sure they all have lids and that the labels are washed off You will be taking the jars home and

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