Tom Halapin has to make this one:
Needles (needle threader)
Thread (V-30 or HB-33 is preferred)
(Güterman, Mettlers Metrosene, or Mölnlycke braided polyester thread is acceptable.)
Plastic store bag for nipped threads and trash
Electrical Extension Cord, Power Strip
3 Prong Electrical Adapters
Pencil, Pencil Sharpener
Thread: Good, quality (preferably commercial grade V-30 polyester or HB-33 nylon) synthetic (not cotton) thread. A Thread Stand for the thread is a good thing to have.
EMPTY bobbins for YOUR sewing machine. This way, if your thread is an issue, we can wind good thread on to the empty bobbins and you can sew in the workshop.
Extra new needles for your sewing machine. #90, or 14, Regular Point.
Extension cord. Longer is better. There are many outlets around the walls of the room, but the tables are in the middle of the room. Bring a long extension cord, a power strip, and a 3-prong adapter (hey - you never know). The room is well lit, but some people find that an extra table light helps them see.
Specific to this project:
You will want to have a Quilting Ruler (clear, see-thru and gridded) to mark for the Seams.
You will want a piece of blackboard or sidewalk chalk to make the alignment creases easier to see.
Light colored fabric pencil to mark Seam Allowances on dark fabric if you have problems seeing pencil lines.