Stacked Squares is a great technique to highlight fussy cut fabrics or embroidered blocks. Create depth in your quilt tops as well as secondary patterns.
Prerequisite preferred: 1-1001 Large Square Squared of TU Freshman Year
Required Tool: Large Square Squared Tool
Required Technique Sheet: Stacked Squares
This program is intended to offer you an exciting opportunity to build your skills and accuracy. In each Tucker University class, a new Studio 180 Design tool is taught. We make 4" units so each month you can take previous units in combination with that days and come up with new blocks. The options are endless!
Tucker University classes at Inspire will build one upon the next. You don?t have to attend all of them but you just might miss something! If you are going to take multiple classes, consider our Tucker University Class Punch Card which allows you to purchase 4 classes and get the 5th free.
Each class includes
1. Creating a series of 4" units based on the tool
2. You will receive a laminated Design sheet to use for class and to take home. This has cutting charts for more sizes, color planning aids and 20-30 more different blocks that can be made with the class tool.
3. You will also receive black line master sheets that you can photocopy and color as you plan your next project.
Students will receive 15% off the purchase of the tool and other featured products at class time.
Sound like fun? Get yourself a loose-leaf binder to keep all of this valuable information together and get ready to take an AWESOME series of classes at Inspire! Supply lists are available on line and we can help you put little little fabric bundles available for purchase if you want to have a coordinated project at the end of the school year.
Do you want to learn a new technique to use fabric? Have you seen the stunning rooster, seahorse and pigs hanging on our walls and think to yourself 'boy, I wish I knew how to do that'.
This is your opportunity to learn! This is a 3 session class that will walk you through the process of getting started and will get you to the point where you can finish the project. There will be homework, as there is a lot of fussy cutting that you can do at home while watching TV.