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Seeing Double Online Lecture: Ever wonder - what would this quilt look like if I made it in another color way? If I used plaids and stripes instead of florals? Well, I can't tell you what EVERY quilt would look like, but we can explore some practical examples together! In a fun format, we will compare quilts made in florals versus batiks, reproduction fabrics versus crisp modern prints, brights versus pastels. Gather inspiration and insight into the choices for your next project!

Pointed Comments is a terrific introduction to my guided improv technique. The pattern offers instructions on making two placemats, plus the 20" x 40" table runner or wallhanging. So easy and fun, you'll want to make more!

A guild workshop for Cherokee Crazy Quilters, Ballground GA: The traditional orange peel block gets a modern update with this easy table runner with NO curved piecing. Add an elegant look with crisp blue and white fabrics to decorate your table. Pictured quilt is made with Connecting Threads' Tea Service fabric line. Project measures 25 1/4" x 64 1/4".

Seeing Double: Ever wonder - what would this quilt look like if I made it in another color way? If I used plaids and stripes instead of florals? Well, I can't tell you what EVERY quilt would look like, but we can explore some practical examples together! In a fun format, we will compare quilts made in florals versus batiks, reproduction fabrics versus crisp modern prints, brights versus pastels. Gather inspiration and insight into the choices for your next project!

Guild Workshop - Fizz. Please contact Lee's Summit Quilt Guild (Missouri) regarding registration and attending this Workshop.

Seeing Double Lecture: Ever wonder - what would this quilt look like if I made it in another color way? If I used plaids and stripes instead of florals? Well, I can't tell you what EVERY quilt would look like, but we can explore some practical examples together! In a fun format, we will compare quilts made in florals versus batiks, reproduction fabrics versus crisp modern prints, brights versus pastels. Gather inspiration and insight into the choices for your next project!

The traditional Orange Peel re-imagined...and with NO curved piecing. Create large blocks of blooms quickly with this easy faux-curve technique.

Aurifilosophy is? ? The search for Knowledge and Truth, especially about the nature and behavior of Aurifil thread. ? A program designed to unlock the mysteries of thread, educate, inspire, and enable all users to achieve brilliant results. We?ve trained and certified a team of dynamic, charismatic, and brand-loyal designers, artisans, and educators to offer Aurifilosophy using a structured presentation and thread demonstration. Aurifilosophers will cover thread basics, including information on weight and ply, spool positioning, needle recommendations, and tension settings. They?ll offer helpful tips and tricks, share projects and photos aimed to inspire and expand your use of Aurifil threads, and will gift each program attendee with a bag of exclusive Aurifil swag! Aurifilosophy is geared toward shops, guilds, and groups. Designers may offer companion workshops or classes.

Christmas Cactus: Have winter blooms all year long with this great paper pieced pattern inspired by the traditional winter blooming beauty known as the Christmas Cactus. Size: 28?? x 28??

Interrogating Your Quilt: Don?t be nice about it ? force that fabric to talk to you! Get the real info on how it can work for you to help you achieve your ?quilt? vision. This humor-laden lecture focuses on getting the most from your fabric choices and how fabric can (and does) influence the finished quilt! Supported by plenty of quilt examples from my retinue of quilts ? good and bad!

Pointed Comments Zoom Workshop: Pointed Comments is a terrific introduction to my guided improv technique. The pattern offers instructions on making two placemats, plus the 20" x 40" table runner or wallhanging. So easy and fun, you'll want to make more!

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Common Threads Quilt Guild: Seeing Double Lecture

Seeing Double: Ever wonder - what would this quilt look like if I made it in another color way? If I used plaids and stripes instead of florals? Well, I can't tell you what EVERY quilt would look like, but we can explore some practical examples together! In a fun format, we will compare quilts made in florals versus batiks, reproduction fabrics versus crisp modern prints, brights versus pastels. Gather inspiration and insight into the choices for your next project!

Chestnut Ridge Sewing Millersburgh OH

Join me at Chestnut Ridge Sewing Friday, July 30 from 9am to 7pm and Saturday, July 31 from 9am - 3pm to see demos and a mini trunk show on my guided improv patterns!

Chestnut Ridge Sewing Millersburgh OH

Join me at Chestnut Ridge Sewing Friday, July 30 from 9am to 7pm and Saturday, July 31 from 9am - 3pm to see demos and a mini trunk show on my guided improv patterns!

Aug 2
Lone Star Quilts Studio 180 Demos
Aug 2
Lone Star Quilts Studio 180 Demos
Aug 3
Lone Star Quilts Studio 180 Demos