Category: Quilting

Learn to Make Scrappy Borders online class

It’s here! My third online class for Annie’s Publishing — Learn to Make Scrappy Borders. This was a super fun class to create, along with the quilts that go with it. I called on my good friends, Danell Cline, Deb Schrieber and Aneda Phillips to help me make the sample quilts for this class. And boy, did they come through… Read more →

Online class #2 — Machine Appliqué

Hi Quilters — Do you admire appliqué quilts but just feel intimidated when looking at them? You’d love to own one but the thought of making one yourself is just too much to consider? If you are that person, I have the perfect class for you: Learn Machine Applique In this class, I teach you all of the basics to… Read more →

New Online class!

A few months ago, I traveled to Berne, Indiana to film three new online classes for Annie’s Publishing. The first of the three class has just been released — Learn to Make Easy Jelly Roll Quilts. Here are the two quilts for the class: The main quilt is Roman Foursquare, with a bonus quilt (Chinese Coins) to make with the leftovers.… Read more →

Concentrated Quilting

Have you ever thought that being able to study with one teacher for a week would be kind-of like heaven? That’s what I thought when I took a class at the Empty Spools Seminar at Asilomar. I have loved studying with the teachers that I have had, and felt so much more enriched with what I learned. There is a… Read more →

Kids quilts

I have been looking at quilts and bedding for kids lately. Yes, being a grandmother does strange things to quilters. Quilts for kids. What do they like in a quilt? If you ask my granddaughters, they would say, “Pink!” and “Purple!” Yes, I am sure they are products of traditional socialization. That’s okay. Most kids cannot think past their favorite color,… Read more →