Asymmetric Bargello Jacket using 12 Fabrics

In this class students will create their own unique bargello jacket using 12 different fabrics.  We will learn the basic techniques for creating a unique jacket design.  Jackets are designed to use fabrics from dark to light.  Students will be encouraged to create their own designs. 

2 day (12 hr.) class
Pre-class preparation required
Page 1 and 2 of Jacket pattern completed before class.


Pre-requisite: the jacket fitting class is recommended. OR Student may use their own jacket pattern suitable for quiltwear.  If uncertain of fit, do a muslin sample before class.

Difficulty level: Intermediate – Advanced



Yardage:  Choose 12 fabrics,  progressing from light to dark. 

Lightest  Fabric #1 1 ¼ 1 ¼ 1 ½
Fabrics #2 - #11 1/2 1/2
Darkest Fabric #12 1 ¼ 1 ¼ 1 ½

Also purchase ½ yard for facings
3 yards muslin  (pre-wash, spray starch and press)
1 yard Lite Steam a seam
2 ½ - 3 yards lining
Buttons or embellishments as desired

What's new?  Here I am giving a guild lecture on how to make Quiltwear that you can wear out to lunch with your non-quilter friends.  I am wearing the Red & White version of the 'Black & White All Over' jacket pattern.  I call it 'Peppermint'  cool & refreshing!