Required Course Materials

These supplies are required for specified Continuing Education courses. Select your course from the list below to view required supplies.

Sewing Supply Lists

Ready, Set, Sew

All you need to bring is a pen, notebook, 2 fat quarters (18’x21″) or 1/4 yd. fabric, all purpose thread, machine and manual. We ‘ll discuss basic tools in class and take a trip to fabric store. Wear comfortable clothes for measurements for the first class.

Sew Much More

You should purchase a basic pattern to fit your measurements such as a skirt, simple top or pajama pants (no more than 5 pieces). You will also need fabric (non-stretch; woven or blends are best). Please have notions listed on the back of the pattern prior to class. The back of your pattern should show you how much fabric to buy according to your size (not your dress size for ready-mades but according to your measurements). Remember to prewash your fabric.

 

Serging: Beyond the Basic

Bring your serger, manual, and basic sewing tools. Also bring 4 spools of serging thread, each a different color.

Sewing with a Pro

Bring your basic sewing supplies and a project of your choice (pattern, prewashed fabric, and notions). Remember… don’t bite off more than you can chew. Choose a project that has a few new techniques in it than your last project.

Short and Sweet Sewing Technique

(APPLIQUE, HEMS, SEAM FINISHES, SIMPLE HEIRLOOM SEWING, SLEEVES, PILLOWS, POCKETS AND ZIPPERS)

Basic sewing notions, to include scissors, pins, and your sewing machine. Other materials to be provided in class.

(Thread Catcher)

2 coordinating pieces of quilting type cotton fabric (1/4 yd each)

Thread to match your fabric

Basic sewing notions, to include scissors, pins, and your sewing machine

Serging Basics

Bring your serger, manual, and basic sewing tools. Also bring 4 spools of serger thread, each a different color.


Crafts and Hobbies Supply Lists

Introduction to Quilt Making

Students will take a field trip to a fabric store to gather supplies.

Intermediate Quilting

Students will take a field trip to a fabric store to gather supplies.


Visual Arts Supply Lists

Intermediate Drawing

  • Drawing pencils: H, HB, 2B
  • Drawing paper: Smooth-finish or plate-finish Bristol tablet, 9″ X 12″ or 11″ X 14″
  • Kneaded eraser
  • 12″ ruler

Introduction to Acrylic Paint

PAINT
Titanium white
Cadmium Yellow light
Cadmium Red medium
Alizarin Crimson
Ultramarine Blue
Cobalt Blue
Permanent Green Light
•The instructor uses Stephen Quiller paint (Quillergallery.com or Cheapjoes.com). Brera, Winsor Newton and Dick Blick are also good brands. It’s recommended that you purchase professional or artist grade paint rather than student grade paint.

BRUSHES (4)
At least 4 brushes in a variety of sizes and brand of your choice.
Possibilities could be a pre-set package of various thicknesses, for example: #1/Flat; #12/ Filbert; #1/Round; #4 Bristle or white synthetic brush sets—mix of flats

Round brush #8

PALETTE
Disposable palette paper or plastic plate from the grocery store
(Acrylic cannot be reused once dry)

PAPER
140 lb., cold pressed watercolor paper (Stephen Quiller, Saunders, Windsor Newton, Kiliminjaro, CAnson, Arches). Sheet Tablet or block is okay. 22×30 sheets; block or tablet no smaller than 16×20
*You can get larger sizes and cut to smaller pieces

OTHER
Clear container for water (Tupperware dish, etc.)
Paper towels
#2 Pencils (2)
White plastic eraser
Drawing materials of your choice (Graphite, Conte, Pencil or Colored Pencil)
Palette Knife, plastic or metal
1” masking tape/ paint tape or bulldog clips
One 18 x 24 piece of mat board or Plexiglas or masonite to use as a support board
Water spritzer

Subject Spotlight: Animal Drawing

  • Drawing pencils: Normal drawing pencil set with at least a 2B and HB hardness
  • Set of 4 Faber Castelle artist pens
  • A 24-color to 48-color set of Faber-Castell Polychromos or Prismacolor colored pencils
  • Eraser: Kneaded eraser
  • Paper: Bristoll board
 
 
 

Drawing Through Observation

  • Pencils- Number 2 or Ebony
  • Gum Eraser, Kneaded Eraser
  • Hand-held Pencil Sharpener
  • Pack Small Tortillion Blenders
  • 9×12 Drawing Pad (Canson or Strathmore recommended)

Composition for the Artist

  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Scissors
  • Ultra-fine Marker or Black Pen
  • 12-inch Ruler
  • 9×12 Sketch Pad

Sketching Uptown: Columbus Landmarks

  • Pencils- Number 2 or Ebony
  • Gum Eraser, Kneaded Eraser
  • Hand-held Pencil Sharpener
  • Pack Small Tortillion Blenders
  • Ultra-fine Marker or Black Pen
  • 12-inch Ruler

Classical Charcoal Drawing

  • 11″ x 14″ charcoal paper pad
  • 3 – 4 charcoal pencils, several different hardnesses………..
  • several sticks of vine charcoal
  • kneaded eraser
  • blending stump
 
 
 

Portraits and Figure in Watercolor or Acrylic

  • Watercolors: cadmium yellow light, cadmium red medium, alizarin crimson, phthalo blue, cobalt blue, permanent green light, 
ultramarine blue, ultramarine violet,  any additional colors of your choice. (Preferred brands: Quiller/Richeson/Daniel Smith/Winsor Newton)

OR (EITHER/OR you don’t need both mediums for this class)

  • Acrylic: Titanium white, cadmium yellow light, cadmium red medium, alizarin crimson, ultramarine blue, cobalt blue, permanent green light. Brands: (Michaels or online) Winsor Newton or Golden preferable

 

  • Paintbrushes: At least 4 brushes, a variety of sizes and brand 
of your choice. Note: Feel them in your hand and see what is comfortable 
for you. A possibility could be: 4+Paintbrushes in a pre-set package of 
various thicknesses, for example: Flat
  • 1 inch Flat / ½ inch flat (you can purchase sets in craft stores, Bristle Brush sets-mix of flats)
  • round brush #2, #6
  • wash brush 2 inch or larger
  • Palette: Disposable palette paper or plastic plate from the grocery store, or 1/8” thick glass with sides safely sanded- Uneeda glass will cut for you. (any size – 12×12 good size)
  • #2B graphite pencil
  • Water container (Tupperware dish etc.)

Painting in Pastel and Mastering Pastel Portrait

  • Quality Soft Pastel Set (half sticks or whole) Preferred Brand: Rembrandt
  • Choice of Sanded paper / Velour paper or toothed paper   Color: Grey or light brown
  • Apron or appropriate painting attire to protect clothing
  • Bring in favorite close-up photo of a child or adult

Mixed Media/Journaling Technique

  • Composition notebook
  • assorted pens and markers
  • dye colors
  • paper
  • white glue
  • gesso
  • acrylics
  • found pictures and tidbits

Art Quilting

  • Machine
  • manual
  • 5-7 fat quarters
  • batting
  • thread
  • yarn
  • trim
  • marking tools
  • pins
  • scissors