Booking

I would love to come to your guild/shop/conference to teach or lecture.   Quilting is a journey all about sharing our talents and inspiring others along the way.  Feel free to email me or call me (details on the contact page) to schedule a date for me to come visit with ya'll.  Full details are available in my contract, link below.
LECTURES:

Quilts and Their Stories
Our quilts are like books.  They all tell a story.  Every quilt, every stitch, each fabric, all work together to tell a story.  No story should go untold.  No quilt should go unshared.  This lecture will share stories and help us to better understand how to share the stories in our quilts. 


WORKSHOPS:

101 Bootcamp
101 Bootcamp is a condensed version of my usual 8 session 101 class.  This class is excellent for confident beginners (basic sewing machine knowledge is required, but block construction will be covered).  The class is also a good refresher for those who maybe haven't sewn in a while, or for those who just want a basic pattern.


Stars on the Farm
  
Stars on the farm is a pattern uses Flying Geese in 2 sizes that is fun to make and allows the maker lots of possibilities in color placement.
 
  



Linked Up
Linked up is one of my first patterns designed, and creates a strinking design in two colors.  The quilt is constructed without "Y" or set-in seams to make it even easier.





The Christmas Present
The Christmas Present is a great gift item and is easy to construct.  The individual "gift" is great for a wall hanging or table topper.  Multiple "gifts" can be combined to create a table set, table runner, bed runner, or more.



Tipsy Tumbler Tote
Not just another tote bag.  The Tipsy Tumbler Tote is a fun project that is great scrap buster.  The outside of the tote is constructed using a Tumbler block in a variety of colors.  An accompanying snap bag is great for sewing notions or other essential items.
 


  
Bargello Bed Runner
The completed bed runner measures 32”x87” which is perfect for a Queen bed.  The pattern can also be split into two separate pieces for wall hangings or small lap quilts.  (If you split the design, you’ll need additional border and binding fabrics.)
 

  
Jelly Roll Tote
The Jelly Roll Tote is a good way to use your favorite jelly roll to create a great bag.  The bag uses approximately 1/2 of a standard 40-strip jelly roll and allows with a plan you can actually make 2 bags at once.  There are  several options for the “block” design on the bag included in the pattern, however, the possibilities are endless.
 
   
   
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