Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Big crowd at Heirloom Quilting workshop!

No foolin'! What a crowd we had at Hyderhangout yesterday (April 1) for the Heirloom Quilting by Machine mini-workshop! I was so busy meeting, greeting and teaching that I didn't have time to take any photos. Here is an heirloom work-in-progress for which I am now rejuvenated and inspired to get back to because of teaching this class.
Heirloom machine quilting using vintage linens and antique quilt blocks.
We had quite a few free-motion quilting newbies, so Susan, the shop owner, and I will be checking our calendars to schedule a full-day Intro to Free-motion Quilting class to get the beginners off on the right foot (literally and figuratively). Let Susan know that you are interested so we can accommodate as many students as possible.
Heirloom quilting (back view).
Thanks to everyone for coming out last night! You have recharged my engine and excitement for this technique!

Here is a link to one of the quilts, Pi E2 [Exponentially Embellished], that I brought for Show and Tell. Several of the students asked about threads and free-motion time for this quilt. They are provided in this post.
Detail: Pi E2 

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