Tuesday, August 20, 2013

You never know

I am never sure where I will end up when I begin exploring a new technique. 
If something really catches my interest, it assuredly has more applications 
 than those the author had room to print. 
In this example , the author used squares of fabric all of the same size,  
and a 4 patch as the center. 
 In the book 10 Minute Quilt Blocks,  the author uses fabric square of
 different sizes to achieve this look.

These next 2 examples are Starburst quilt blocks from from the 10 Minute Quilt Block 2 book. 

 This is an example of how much a striped fabric can easily add interest to this technique. 
Wednesday , August 21st is the next class on this technique . If you come and learn with me,  you only have to bring the book. Click here to view my studio
If your larger group want to learn a great technique and create a quilt for Community Service , the quilt made in my workshops this year are going to the host families at Eagle Ranch.  
Everyone must have a copy of either book , and bring 5 fabric to make a block to keep. The blocks are huge , one would be a sensational pillow. 
A traditional class of the more complicated Starburst Quilt is being offered at 

Next Class at the farm September 26th 

Lets get busy quilting .