Saturday, December 3
12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Join us for some improv quilting fun with special guest Brandy Maslowski of Quilter on Fire!
Quilting binds quilters together, especially with tips and tricks for a fun project! Hosts Pam and Erica will be teaming up with special guest Brandy Maslowski of Quilter on Fire to demonstrate how improv quilting works with a scrap-busting holiday table runner. You don’t want to miss out!
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Don’t know what improv(isational) quilting is, well, I didn’t either so I did a bit of research, and to quote Mr/s Google:
“Improvisational Quilting is quilting without design rules, boundaries, or specific intentions. While the basic quilting techniques of piecing, pressing, and trimming apply, the design is free, fluid, and flexible. The design is built as you go.”
So Saturday’s online event should be interesting!
While I’m here I would also like to share the two new BOB or Block on Board dies with you. The image calls it The Magic of BOB but to me quilting itself is magic. The wonderful designs that I have seen through my journey with AccuQuilt, no, I do not quilt but love looking at them and the incredible and intricate designs some of them have. I have seen one quilt, a wall hanging in the hospital in my town which is a history “book” of the area, unfortunately, I cannot remember the correct title now and I do not have a photo of it as it is hanging (last I saw about 2 years ago) in the stair case and difficult to get a picture of it – that’s the only place high/long enough to house it.
I have also shared with you a design recently on my other blog of an Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle on the edge of its nest and depicting the contents of its nest, the intricacy of that design has me fascinated. So, the intricacies of quilting can tell a story long or short or a chronicle of events whether it be your family, your town, or even some part(s) of your Country. So I thought sharing this image with you might inspire your next project whether for the holidays or for a new project for 2023 and tell your story.
Thank you for going on this journey with me. I will have more upcoming online events for you over the weekend. Your comments and feedback are welcome in the Comments section below.
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