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Design 30-40 Quilts of Your Own

Posted by Elizabeth on 29 March 2017 | 0 Comments

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A new session of Mod Meets Improv class starts soon - Mod is fresh and springlike! so a good date to start a fresh springy quilt.... or a beautiful clear autumnal one....

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Amazing Water Quilts

Posted by Linda on 28 March 2017 | 0 Comments

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I love making landscapes, especially landscapes that have some form of moving water – waves coming into shore, waterfalls, streams, rapids and ripples. There is an art to making water in motion, and in this class, you will learn many techniques that will give your water scene that realism that makes your scene come alive!

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Montage Quilting Part Two

Posted by on 13 March 2017 | 0 Comments

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Today I wanted to share this fun little video that Marilyn Belford made about her Montage Quilting class. If you didn't already know, Marilyn creates exquisite quilts and teaches how she does that. A big part of creating the right art quilt is in the designing which is all covered in this online workshop.... but not only that! The second half is all about putting your design into fabric, from enlarging the design to making templates and transferring your design into fabric and stitching. By the end of this extensive course, you will have your own unique art quilt.

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Stealing isn't Cool!

Posted by Ruth on 9 March 2017 | 34 Comments

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It's taken me a little time to write this blog post because I am still in shock-horror of what has happened to me. The purpose of this post is to make my fellow quilters, teachers, and colleagues aware of what is going on. When nothing is said, nothing changes so my hope is that you will spread the word so this sort of behavior doesn't continue. 

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No Patterns, No Rules!

Posted by on 23 February 2017 | 0 Comments

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No patterns, no rules! The aim of this workshop is to learn how to work from your ideas and discover your own personal voice. In the process, we will cover the basics of good design within the context of the art quilt.

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New to quilting or a long time quilter?

Posted by on 21 February 2017 | 0 Comments

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Jennifer Houlden - right angles squareAre you new to quilting or a long time quilter? Are you looking for a first-time quilt or a quick quilt? Want to throw in a few twists and turns? Whatever your choice is Jennifer's pattern "Right Angles" is a great quilt to make and if you need options for a different look or learn some great beginner piecing tips, then Jennifer's workshop "Beginner's Patchwork" which is based on the same pattern is ideal.

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What type of Quilting do you like?

Posted by on 19 February 2017 | 0 Comments

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Triple Tulips

"Every type of quilting is my favorite when I am stitching it and when I am writing about it. Appliqué is at the top of the list. Appliqué is like painting with fabric. You can make any shape you like and stitch it to another piece of fabric." .... Joanne Winn 

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Can you create a Fireworks Quilt?

Posted by Linda Schmidt on 16 February 2017 | 0 Comments

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My new class, Fireworks in Flight, is coming around very soon! This is a very cool class filled with starbursts and sparks, crystals and thread-play. Come play with me!

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Will this work for a Still Life quilt?

Posted by Ruth on 14 February 2017 | 0 Comments

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So I have myself thinking about my Still Life class which is coming up again. I love this class because I see some really creative works being produced... But I realize it has been quite some time since I've made a still life project for myself so I began thinking about what I should make.

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Beautiful Hawaiian Quilts are easy to make

Posted by Nancy Chong on 11 February 2017 | 0 Comments

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Hawaiian quilts are so beautiful! ... and so very easy to make, once you know all of the individual steps. It's like an exciting sewing journey!

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