This Sunday, October 22nd, I will be in Broken Bow, Nebraska, teaching my version of a Jelly-roll race, 4 Ways to 1600.
It will be at The Quilting Shack, from 1 to 6pm at 518 East South East Street, Broken Bow, Neb. 68822. Call (308) 872-6221 for tickets.
Some quilts require careful measuring, cutting and piecing. This is not that quilt. This quilt is crazy fast, super creative and addictingly beautiful! The classic top takes less than an hour, seriously. If you have coils of 2 1/2” pre-cuts scattered around your sewing room, this class is for you. If you are a beginning quilter and need to practice stitching a 1/4 seam, this is the class for you. If you need to make quilt tops, quickly, this is the class for you. Included are instructions of all four versions. Pick your version, grab your friends and join the fun.
Trunk show – Every Quilt is a Learning Quilts
On Monday, October 23rd, I will give a trunk show for Custer’s Last Stitch. They meet around 6pm at the Tumbleweed Cafe 850 East South E. Street in Broken Bow.
Every Quilt is a Learning Quilt: Every quilt project, whether a triumph or a disaster, has something to teach you. I share several of quilts, the things that went right, the ones that went oh-so-wrong, and what they taught me.
If you are in the area, I would love to meet you!
Thanks for joining me. I’ll see you next time!
P.S. Share this with any quilters in Nebraska or others who you think might want this information.