Sew Steady - Westalee Quilt Class in a Bag

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Sew Steady Quilt Class in a Bag available in High Shank, Low Shank and Longarm.

The Quilt Class in a Bag is a completely new template set and a 6 point -8" cross hair ruler, PLUS, the all the tools come in a Yazzii Bag. The bag value compares to other Yazzii bags that retail for $40! 

Learn how to quilt with a Deco, Nouveau, and Contemporary style with instructional DVD covering 13 new Designs over 41 blocks. All Designed by Leonie West of Westalee Design.

Set Includes:

  • 10"x10"Yazzi Bag w/ zipper and inside pocket 
  • Continuous Border Loop 2" x 2"
  • Westalee Spin-e-fex 11 9.5"
  • London Collection Continuous Hearts-a-Plenty 4 2"x4"
  • SashLee Quilt Template (Simple Ditch Ruler and Sashing)
  • Spacing Gauge
  • Instruction Book and CD with all the lessons - no more downloading!!


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    Westalee Quilt Class in a Bag

    Posted by Barb on 31st Jul 2018

    The templates are taking my quilting to a new level--finally I can do something other than outlines and stippling! I do find the jigsaw piece locking mechanisms wobble when the presser foot comes by. I've added painter tape to help stabilize them, but still have to ensure I have finger pressure on them to keep them from popping out as the presser foot moves up and down.