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Pointed Comments, a table runner and placemat set that works great as an introduction to the guided improv technique. Bonus: you'll get MOST of the table runner done in a full day workshop!

Pointed Comments ? a table runner and placemat set that works great as an introduction to the guided improv technique. Bonus: you?ll get MOST of the table runner done in a full day workshop!

Do curves scare you? Well, no worries here! This is a faux curved piecing project! What do I mean by that? You?ll see in class! Create your own blooming garden of blocks with this easy take on the traditional Drunkards Path block. We will explore optional embellishment options. And we will tackle a partial seam as well! Two in one - how great is that?!

Are you ready to have some fun? AND create awesome Mariner?s Compass style blocks using an easy technique that marries improv piecing and traditional blocks for amazing results?! Compass Points using a fun ?guided improv? technique to create lovely, long sharply pointed stars, or compass blocks, with no paper piecing or templates required. All you need to do is relax and enjoy the slightly ?wonky? compass stars as you work on your project!

Love 2 1/2" strips? One jelly roll, plus backing fabric and batting, combine in a quilt as you go project that will create one table runner, two place mats and four coordinating mug rugs - all with fun dimensional woven detail! You'll learn an easy quilt as you go technique, how to create tubes from jelly roll strips, and how to create angled woven embellishment in this workshop.

Capture the beauty of a winter wood in this minimalist interpretation of a birch grove. Use my Guided Improv technique to easily "plant" trees in your own wooded grove that you can enjoy year-round!