Category: Lap Quilting

Show and Tell

Hello to all, I hope you are doing well considering all the things out there to deal with.  I have been sewing and teaching and thought I would share the latest “Show and Tell” from our lap Quilt members. During the lock down we worked on the Irish Chain Quilt and several sewers finished the […]

Lap quilting for August at Jenny’s Sewing Studio

Here are the upcoming instructions for our August 2020 Lap Quilting sessions for the Scrappy Quilters on August 13th and the Sew Fly Quilter’s on August 20th. The Maple Leaf and the Ohio Star will be introduced. Bring a blue marker or a white chalk marker and you rotary cutter. I have plenty of ruler […]

Ideas for Summer and Fall Piecemaker Quilt club at Jenny’s Sewing Studio

I have placed a gallery of pictures below that include ideas for you to ponder for upcoming quilt club sessions. The class will start on July 23rd.  I am looking for comments from the Piece maker quilt group and any other quilters who would like to join a project for the summer and fall club […]

The Fan, Dresden Plate and Grandmother’s Flower Garden from Lap Quilting Zoom class

Our Lap Quilt group was invited to a special zoom session with Jenny’s Sewing Studio to create some special applique blocks for the 2020 Lap Quilting projects they are working on. Demonstrated were the Fan, Dresden Plate and the Grandmother Flower Garden. I have included pictures of the assembly and written instructions on how the […]

Lap Quilters are doing Zoom classes at Jenny’s Sewing Studio

The Lap Quilter’s have been learning techniques using  Zoom lessons on line at Jenny’s Sewing Studio. I have to admit my technique does need some polishing but my students are also learning to use the Zoom platform. On most Thursday afternoons I have sent my registered Lap Quilter’s an invitation to join me for a […]

Updates on the Irish Chain lesson and Tee shirt Quilts at Jenny’s

I hope you enjoyed my lesson on how to start the Irish Chain baby quilt. I have updated the instructions to include a lesson on making block #2 and assembly of the quilt. My next lesson will show how the borders were made and applied. The Irish Chain has been a challenging project, especially when […]

Irish Chain quilt

If you are like me, I am tried of cleaning closets, washing windows and curtains and doing gardening and making face masks during this Covid 19 isolation. I thought the quilters from Jenny’s Sewing Studio Lap Quilting groups and my customers might like a sewing challenge. I have been working on the Irish Chain quilt […]

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