Teaching at NC Quilt Symposium

I am thrilled to announce that I will be teaching two quilt workshops at the 2019 North Carolina Quilt Symposium on May 2-5, 2019.  I’m super excited to be in such wonderful company with some of the best quilters around!

My Quilt Workshops

I’ve created a short video about both workshops with tips for choosing your fabrics.

Parisian Curves Quilt Workshop

modern quilt

One possible layout for this technique using simple curved blocks.

My Batik Modern version using a rich yellow as the negative space. Complex multi-layer curved blocks created using Parisian Curves technique.

In this one-day workshop, you will learn to sew freehand cut curves with no templates required! I’ll give you easy tips–and remove your fear of piecing improvisational curves forever. After piecing your curves, you can create a quilt that looks random and improvisational quickly and easily.  And, you can adapt the layout to make this quilt uniquely your own!

Fibonacci Quilt #1 Workshop

modern quilt workshop

Fibonacci Quilt #1

This one–day workshop is a surprisingly easy approach to modern quilting using just a few basic blocks. Block sizes are based on the Fibonacci sequence, a number series common to many things in nature. Bring your creativity, but don’t worry about the math—I’ve done it all for you in the pattern. And, if you don’t want to make the full quilt, you can use the blocks to make a Table Runner and/or set of Place Mats! You will create a quilt that looks modern, random, and improvisational quickly and easily using this method. Use all solids or a mix of solids and prints. Directions for fabric selection will be included in the supply list or see my video for suggestions on choosing your fabric.

See You at the North Carolina Quilt Symposium!

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2 Responses to Teaching at NC Quilt Symposium

  1. Terrie J Morgan October 28, 2018 at 6:56 pm #

    Carole…whoohoo! You have worked so hard! Congrats to a wonderful person and teacher.

  2. Karen Armsby January 23, 2019 at 7:01 pm #

    Which day will you be holding your workshop? I like your approach to design!

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