To be exact, YOW is the name of the quilt, not my reaction to teaching a curved piecing class 🙂
The class is at Studio Stitch in Greensboro (NC), one of my favorite shops. To my surprise, I don’t have a picture of the quilt I’m using as a class sample, so I had to lift this one from the Studio Stitch website. There is no pattern for this quilt; it is just what I did with some really bright batiks and some nice templates from Elisa’s Backporch Designs.
I’m going to teach at least 3 different ways to piece these curves, so most anybody with some sewing experience can find success with at least one of the methods.
I got out some examples of my quilts with curved piecing yesterday to have them for display in class, and I was surprised at how many there are. Then I found all these pictures of other things I’ve made with curved piecing, so here are a few.
You have some terrific pieces here, Mary. Love the NY Beauty blocks, and the Cat Circus is very fun. Good work. I wish I could take your class!
Thank you 😊 and then I could take your medallion class!
Wow! I wish I lived closer- I’d love to take this class! Your work is vibrant and happy. (And the cocktail pillow is a hoot.)
Thanks, Becca! Wish you could come to it.
I love the samples you shared and congrats on teaching, I would take a class from you 🙂
Thanks! And if life takes me to Your area I’ll ask to visit, so watch out!
Cocktail pillow gave me my morning chuckle! As did your not liking one a baby liked. Sounds like the class will be fun and informative.
Somebody at my guild actually asked, “what is a cocktail pillow?” Didn’t yet know my weird sense of humor, I guess 😃
Not only are you often a hoot! You are a fantastic teacher! Enjoy your class and wish I could be there, too!
Thank you! I would love for you to be there.
I wish I could come to your class. I get nervous with curved piecing…..
I wish you could, too! Thanks for visiting the blog, anyway!