Online Modern Quilt Classes — Coming Events

Taking quilt classes online isn’t brand new.  But, traveling teachers like me are recognizing the importance of upping our game and offering even more options for learning about quilting. I have created a series of live and on demand workshops that you can take from the comfort of your own home.

To see the current schedule of all of my LIVE Online Workshops, Click HERE.

Fractured Disappearing 9 Patch — LIVE & ONLINE! REGISTRATION IS OPEN

This class is perfect for a Confident Beginner –with enough challenge for more experienced quilters who want to learn about improvisation. Two versions of this quilt will be provided in the pattern. .

Ombres & African Prints Version: Fractured Disappearing 9 Patch [top only]


This quilt is a modern take on a classic design.  The familiar 9 Patch block will become a thoroughly modern design. Students will prepare and bring several  “base” Nine-Patch blocks with them to the class. During the workshop, we will use improvisational cutting and piecing to ‘fracture’ each of the blocks.  This is an improvisational piecing project that will give you lots of opportunity to play and have fun!!  I call this improvisational process “fracturing” the block because I use a series of straight cuts to slice apart a pieced block and then sew it back together. Eventually the original nine patch design disappears and an improvisational patch block is what’s left.  This project can be made in any combination of fabrics, using bold focus prints and neutral backgrounds paired with coordinating solids or near-solids. You can also make a patriotic prints version!  In the class, I will demo making an improvised Border and Binding!

MidCentury Modern Curves — ONLINE/ ON DEMAND CLASS

I will reopen registration for this very popular workshop in June 2020.  Here’s the link for signing up for the waitlist.  The first class filled in 24 hours from the Waitlist.

One of the blocks I demo in the class

Here’s a Preview Video for this Class.

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