5.09.2014

Quilt-As-You-Go non-stop! More Projects and Classes

Sharing some Quilt-as-you-Go projects I've been working on including some new classes! Sorry that i've been MIA on my blog - it's been a crazy week. I was up until 3:30am the other night doing a FINAL book review. The next time I see my book, it will be published and in actual book form! yay!!

Here's a lovely low volume pillow that I made last week. I'm kind of obsessed with these cottage, shabby-chic prints lately.

I made it using these beautiful scraps I had lying around. QAYGo is seriously the ultimate scrap buster. 

Last weekend is rained. And rained some more. So of course I started a new Quilt-as-you-Go quilt using these cheery prints.

Here's block number 1.  Only 19 more to go.


As mentioned, I can't stop buying these cutesy prints. I bought these two adorable bundles from Keepsake Cottage Fabrics last week.  It's dangerous for a fabriholic like myself because I'm teaching there now, and I buy something every time. :-o
Speaking of teaching! My next class is at Keepsake Cottage Fabrics on Saturday, May 24. It's already full but you can call to be put on the wait list, as we will be scheduling more classes there. I will be teaching this Quilt-as-you-Go:


Fabrics are from the Rosey collection by Tanya Whelan. 


Below is a picture from a Quilt-as-you-Go class I taught last Tuesday at the Quilting Loft.  I really love teaching and meeting so many wonderful people that we all share a passion with: quilting and fabric! I have a class coming up at the Quilting Loft on Tuesday, June 10th. I have a bunch more classes lined up there that have not been posted yet so stay tuned.


As always, thanks so much for stopping by as I try to keep my blog up to date!

happy quilting!

xoxo
jera

6 comments:

  1. That was a fun class! Thanks for being an awesome teacher!!!!!!!!!! I scored on some vintage sheet fabric today. I feel a QAYG quilt coming on with that.

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  2. Your QAYG pillow is so beautiful Jera - love all of those pretty fabrics too!

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  3. I love the pillow you made with your left over fabrics. Sometimes they work out the best don't they? No overthinking - just do it. Very pretty.

    What do you teach in a quilt as you go class. It is so simple and straight forward. Are there some tips that are no so obvious - just wondering.

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  4. Such happy looking pillows - love them. Have your new book on order and hope to receive it soon. Purchased your tulip pattern and made a four patch door hanging for a guild swap.

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  5. Y9our pillow is fabulous!!

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  6. Love this!!! Is it possible to buy this fabric online?? If so, where do I look?!

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