I am offering a new class--Won't You Be My Neighbor: paper piece the houses and trees, quick piece the stars:
My go-to giveaway quilt, Southern Super Star--this bed-size top can be pieced in a weekend:
My Favorite Things, Part 2: even if you didn't take Part 1, you can still learn how to make this, a quilt with my favorite blocks:
There will be three new classes, four hour sessions each:
Let Me Help You--stuck on a project, forget how to finish? Bring your project and the instructions and I'll get you back on track:
Machine Piecing: Learn the Basics: learn tips and tricks for perfect piecing--a PROCESS class, not a project--just learn how to improve your piecing skills.
Hand Piecing: Learn the Basics: another PROCESS class, learn hand piecing AND English Paper Piecing--always have a portable project ready to go.
All dates, times and cost for these classes are on the Patches & Stitches website--see link above.
Now, the question for you--I am planning to offer a couple more local classes, Summer, Fall or Winter. Several of you have expressed interest in these classes. Which would you like to take? Do you prefer one all-day session or two half-day sessions with a few weeks in between? Or would you prefer two all-day sessions, at a higher cost, so you can get a lot of class time instruction?
Circa 2016: great pattern from Temecula Quilt Company:
5 Easy Pieces: learn several ways to make Flying Geese:
Secret Stars: Double Sawtooth blocks, on-point set:
I would love to hear which of these you think would be of interest to the most quilters.