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25: 25. Introduction to Ruler Quilting - Kathy Bruckman - Thursday

Class Description
In this class, we will explore quilting with rulers on our domestic (home) machines. Ruler Quilting is fun to do, and I will do everything I can to help you feel confident in doing ruler work. I am passionate about this and want to share that passion with you. We will learn 2 methods of quilting this. One will be quilt as you go and the other will be a whole cloth quilt that we will mark our blocks on.

Please note: this class is a six-hour class. It goes from 2-9, with a break from 5-6. 

Pattern/Kit Fee
$60.00- includes the ruler quilting foot, 12" arc and a handout of several pages teaching you to do the designs.
Supplies/Fabric Requirements

1 yard fabric for top and backing
1 yard batting
1 yard contrast for sashing and binding 

Basic sewing kit, sewing machine, sewing machine needles (I use a 80/12 universal, but I also suggest a 90/14 topstitch)

40 wt polyester thread (I use glide, isacord or fliriani), you can use a 50 weight as well (polyester thread is easiest for beginners). 

I suggest a contrast thread to see your progress but you can also bring a matching thread.

Marking pencil.

Additional information/comments:

On the yardage listed there may be leftovers. Bring the leftovers to class as we will learn a lot of different designs with just 1 ruler. I will also show you some projects made with the sampler set of rulers at the end of class. I will do everything in my power to make this class exciting and fun for you. I love ruler quilting and I want to share my passion with you. If you have questions, please feel free to contact me at

Further instructions regarding class preparation will be emailed by your instructor after registration.

Skill Level:
Instructor Name:
Kathy Bruckman
Instructor Bio:
I have been sewing since I was 9 years old. I started with 4-H then eventually wanted to learn to quilt. I eventually decided I wanted to learn to quilt. My very first quilt was an Amish type quilt and I cut all pieces with scissors and a cardboard template. Eventually I learned you could use a rotary cutter and mat. I started by hand quilting the quilts and they took forever. I decided I wanted to learn machine quilting, so I got books and started teaching myself. I learned a lot from those first quilts I made and have really improved on my machine quilting. I have decided that I want to share with others what I love to do and am very passionate about. I love watching and helping others have success.
Contact info:
Facebook: @kathyskwiltsandmore
Instagram: @kathyskwiltsandmore

25: 25. Introduction to Ruler Quilting - Kathy Bruckman - Thursday

$ 50.00
25:   Thu, Jun 8, 2023 at 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm