HST Runner


Learn three ways to make Half Square Triangles (HSTs) and you will fall in love with this versatile block! While making a small project like a runner gives you all of the steps it also isn't too big of a project to complete. We will be quilting and binding in class too to help us refresh those skills!

Instructor — Katy Devlin

Prerequisites — Learn to Quilt, or completion of at least one simple quilt

Dates — Sunday March 3 & 10, from 10 to 1 pm 

Supply List (students save 10% on class supplies) — to make a runner 15" x 40"

  • 5 FQs
  • 1/2 yard background
  • 1/2 yard backing
  • Skinny quarter binding
  • 1/2 yard batting (or scrap about 18" x 42")
  • 1 light and 1 dark FQ to practice making HSTs 
  • A square ruler at least 6.5" x 6.5"

We also recommend you have the basic tools at home (rotary cutter, ruler, mat) for completing homework.

About the instructor — Katy is a self taught quilter and sewer who loves to try new projects. She has a love of fabrics and thinks that being able to make something from fabric is the best thing ever. Katy works at Mad About Patchwork and loves sharing her passion with others.

Category: March

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