Supply Lists

Level 1

Project Supply List
Pillow Case 3/4 yd. cotton
3/8 yd. cotton
Overnight Bag 1 yd. cotton
2 yds. cording
Sassy Lil Lunch Sac 1/2 yd. cotton fabric
1/2 yd. cotton fabric (lining)
1 Fat Quarter (Black)
1/2 yd. medium-weight fusible interfacing
1 large button w/ shank
Tic Tac Toe 1/2 yd. of cotton
1/2 yd. of cotton
PJ Bottoms 2 1/2 yd. cotton
1 yd. of 3/8″ elastic

Level 2

Project Supply List
Reversible Apron 1 yd. cotton
1 yd. cotton
Owl Pillow 3/8 yd. cotton
1/4 yd. or scraps for eyes, beak, feathers
Stuffing
Tie Purse 3/4 yd. of cotton
3/4 yd. of cotton
Frog Stuffed Animal 3/4 yd. cotton
3/4 yd. cotton
2 buttons for eyes
Stuffing
Show-Off Tote Bag 1 yd. cotton
1/2 yd. of 3 cottons
1/2 yd. fusible fleece/batting
Gathered Skirt 1 1/2 yd. cotton
1 1/2 yd. cotton
1 yd. of 1/2″ wide elastic

Level 3

Project Supply List
Quilted Cosmetic Bag 1/2  yd. cotton
1/2  yd. cotton (lining)
14″ zipper
1/2  yd. cotton batting
Fred the Pillow Scraps of cotton (you should have more than enough scraps from your projects)
12 inch zipper
Stuffing
Hipster Purse 3/8  yds of 3 different cotton fabrics
2 – 12″ zippers
Cupcake Pillow 1/4  yd. cotton of 3 different fabrics for cupcake
3/8  yd. white cotton
1/2 yd trim
1/2 yd colorful cotton for border and backing
1/2 yd lightweight interfacing
1-14″ zipper
1 – 14″ pillow form
Harper the Hippo 5/8 yd. cotton flannel
Buttons for eyes
Stuffing

Level 4

 

 Project  Supplies
Very Kool Kimono 2 yds 60” wide Polyester Oriental fabric
3 yds 45″ polyester lining fabric
1 yd lightweight fusible interfacing
Rail Fence Quilt 2 ¼ yards for main blocks and border
3/8 yard fabric for blocks
¼ yard of different fabric for blocks
1/3 yard fabric for inner border
3 5/8 flannel fabric for backing

* Total of 6 coordinating fabrics & matching flannel for the back *

Mini Lizard or Frog 1/4 yard cotton
Leftover stuffing
Ella the Elephant 3/4 yard cotton flannel fabric
1/3 yard fabric (inner ear)
2 buttons for eyes
Stuffing
Robe with Hood 3 yards cotton flannel fabric
1 yard matching cotton flannel fabric

Cotton fabrics are best for most of these projects.  That way, students can focus on the sewing and the learning and not the difficulty of the fabric.