Studio Stitch is moving down the street for a better location, so all these classes will be at 1616 Battleground Avenue, Suite D-3 (Greensboro, NC). There’s a bakery in the same shopping center, so I think everyone is looking forward to the move!
In March I’ll be teaching my Easy Kaleidoscope Quilt. It’s like stack-n-whack only easier. In addition to learning to make the quilt so no two blocks are alike, we’ll set the blocks on point. Here are a couple of samples:
Magic Kaleidoscope, 30″ x 30″
And here’s a close-up of some of the blocks in the blue one:
In April I’ll be teaching Better Binding Painlessly, which is always popular. It’s mostly about binding a quilt entirely by machine, though the techniques can be used for a more traditional binding with the back hand sewn.
In May the class will be a cute bag made from a shirt. The larger the shirt, the larger the bag!
June’s class is another stash-busting scrap quilt, made much easier with the use of the right tools!
If you’re in the area, consider joining us! To obtain more information, go to the Studio Stitch website and subscribe to the newsletter. That way you’ll be the first to know when registration opens for each class.
OMG is One Monthly Goal,and I’m linking up. My goal was to make a quilt from the lovely fabrics shown below, and there’s a picture of the finished quilt below as well!
It happened again! I fell in love with these fabrics, so I’ve written another pattern exclusively for Studio Stitch.
These fabrics are from Studio Stitch
Here’s my shop sample in crib size:
The pattern is written to make it easy to set blocks on point, so if you’ve never done that, now is the time. There’s even a little “cheat” to be sure the points don’t get cut off when you add the coping strip.
The quilt shown above is crib size, but the pattern includes four different sizes from crib to queen. It can be made with one or more charm packs, or Studio Stitch will make you up a kit with the same fabrics used in the sample. And yes, they can make you a kit even if you want to make a different size from the sample!
The pattern is free with a purchase from Studio Stitch; Here are the links to the kit and the fabrics used.
Kit: click here to view
Fabrics: click here to view the fabrics used in the quilt, including more options and the charm pack that would give the quilt more variety if you prefer that.
Of course, this also would be great in seasonal fabrics for certain little people… just saying! Hope you have a great week!