Category: Quilt Club

Star Flower Quilt Block for July 2021

On July 17th at 2pm we will create the Star Flower quilt block.  You will need a dark, floral or medium and light fabric. Prepare the Square B and Triangle H templates from the Lap Quilting block. To prepare for our session you will need to cut: Cut 4 B square of the dark. When […]

Lap Quilting May 2021 Meeting

On Saturday Vicki, Ruth and Grace attended the latest Lap Quilting session at Jenny’s Sewing Studio. There was a lot of show and tell. Vicki has just completed her double sized Lap Quilt. She started the quilt in January 2020 and continued to work on the project through Covid.  Vicki attended zoom classes and in […]

Watercolor quilting

Watercolor quilting is the subject of the February 2021 Lap Quilting club at Jenny’s Sewing Studio. For the Lap Quilting class project I will give each person a piece of water color interfacing to do a 6” pincushion. ( We will not be doing any applique). To figure out the size you need for the […]

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 […]

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 […]

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