I teach quilting and am known for my “reversible” or “quilt-as-you-go” classes. Many quilters enjoy piecing blocks and quilt tops but aren’t sure how to finish their quilts. It can be expensive to send out every quilt for professional long-arm quilting, and many quilters are daunted by trying to quilt a whole quilt on their home machines.
I teach students how to quilt one block, row, or section at a time and then join the sections with sashing strips. This is a technique that can be applied to many patterns, and in each class we look at a variety of quilts and patterns. Students leave class with a new skill that they can apply to their other quilting projects.
Please contact me if you would like to schedule a class for your guild, store or small group.
Latest Blog Posts
What a crazy couple of months it has been. My calendar was full of quilt classes to teach at quilt shops and guilds, and I was looking forward to participating in the Spokane area shop-hop in April (for you non-quilters, a shop-hop is when you and your buddies pile...
Everything that I quilted and sewed in 2019. The year started off busy as I got ready for a trip to California to teach at a quilt guild and a couple quilt shops. I had to create multiple class samples and write patterns. I designed a new quilt-as-you-go pattern called Hugs or Kisses.
We're coming to the end of our first full calendar year in Idaho, so I thought I'd take a look back at what we accomplished.We got to experience all four seasons in all of their glory and put to use things we learned from our adventures in 2018. Timber January 2019...