Whilst tech can be challenging for us all, I believe this platform is allowing so many more to participate at a price that they can afford.
Yesterday I was thrilled to receive the FIRST of special photos from Anya in Montana, who has taken information from two classes and has been having so much fun simply playing with the possibilities. Now who else has pushed themselves to play more?
Send me your play quilts and also customer quilts (with permission) showing any techniques you have learned so far.
Just a reminder that the Early Bird All Access Pass is ONLY available until the 10th class goes LIVE on the summit. Thereafter will be a new pricing structure. More details on this after the 8th live session is completed.
Looking forward to receiving more inspirational photos!
If you registered for the Free Pass to watch live & for 30hrs then you can go & watch now. If you purchased the Early bird All Access Pass, you can watch the replay anytime forever!
Go Wild with Path & Line Patterns 3.50 Create simple feather wreath 9.30 Create double feather wreath & combine 10.50 Betty Flower motif 12.30 Simple flower 13.30 Pearl spine for wreath 18.00 Using smooth to create hexagon feather 23.10 Path pattern on a square 25.45 Path pattern on a hexagon 29.00 Using distort to fill diamond shape 34.30 Path on S curve and arc and in border 44.45 9 patch continuous curves Line Pattern 54.30 Using Line Pattern in setting triangles 1.02.30 House & Tree Line pattern using straight lines 1.14.15 Swag line pattern 1.25.30 Create double stitched piano keys outside of swags 1.39 Line pattern on a hexagon block 1.45 Line pattern in a sashing block
My love of quilting started very young when I was only 13 at High School. A Textile class where my teacher started us quilting making first a quilted oven mit then the journey of English Paper Piecing hexagons. My dad created two templates from metal for me to trace both my fabric shapes and card templates and I used my Grandmother’s huge stash of dressmaking fabrics to cut all my hexagons from.
This has never been finished, though worked on a couple of times over the years.
The next attempt at quilting was in 1991 when I signed up at a local TAFE college for 2 terms to learn all the basics of quilting. I made my first Queen sized sampler quilt over 8 months of non-stop stitching by hand. I was hooked!
How to Draft my own patterns
English paper piecing by hand
American hand piecing
Hand applique – needleturn, freezer paper applique, fusible applique, reverse applique and more
Transfer quilting designs
Hand quilting with a hoop
This hobby is now a very solid one with much, much more to come that I had never dreamed possible!