Multi Media Quilting (Supplies)

Instructor: Betty Busby

The supply list has been provided by the instructor. If you have any questions, please contact the instructor at

Supply List

We will explore many different materials in the class, and I encourage you to bring any artist materials you might be interested in working with.

No sewing machines are necessary.

Included in the class is a sample of each of the nonwovens. This is sufficient to execute all of the class projects, additional material will be available in class for purchase, depending on supply.

Also included is 1 yard of 8mm silk habotai.

Included in the class is the use of my fabric paint. Students may also bring their own including Dye-Na-Flow, SetaSilk, Lumiere, Setacolor, or other fabric paints.

Below are the items that will be necessary for the class-

  • Sharp scissors
  • pins
  • Cutting mat with small rotary cutter and optional xacto knife
  • Fusible of your choice – at least one yard- Misty Fuse recommended
  • Latex gloves for use when painting
  • Container for water to rinse brushes
  • Water sprayer
  • Tracing paper – not pattern transfer paper, regular tracing paper that you can see through.
  • A Sharpie or equivlent
  • parchment paper or Teflon sheet (preferred)
  • Small quantities -1/4yd or less – of various materials for use with the non wovens- batiks, sheers, lames, silks and laces are all great.
  • 6” brayer or small paint roller.
  • Set of acrylic artist paints and brushes
  • Recommended brushes are 1” chipping brushes, and large (size 8-10) round bristle brushes meant for acrylic paint. Find the chipping brushes in the hardware store, usually in the bottom bins- they are a dollar or so each.


  • Gallon ziplock bags to take home your treasures.
  • Apron- at least wear painting clothes.
  • Extra fabric to paint- some of the techniques work best on silk habotai, but you can bring cottons or even synthetics too
  • Other media to bring IF you have them and would like to explore are- Prismacolor colored pencils, fabric paints such as Lumiere, Derwent Inktense pencils, and markers.
  • I don’t use or recommend regular watercolors or watercolor pencils, and water soluble, oil or regular pastels, and regular oil paint.


  • Iron(s), ironing area
  • Protective covering for work area.
  • Sink & running water for cleanup, and clean up supplies (paper towels)
  • A fan or 2 to help dry the fabric