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We’ve decided to make some of our patterns downloadable! We’ve started with a few and will be adding more very soon.
Please visit my Etsy Shop to see all the current downloadable patterns by clicking the link below.
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Thank to all for your support!
So excited to see Keepsake Quilting has my new “Quilt Trails -Landscapes” fabric line and quilt kit in their new catalog!
I’m looking forward to AQS Quilt Week in Chattanooga in September. The registration opens June 14th. . . . and the classes are sure to fill quickly!
I’m teaching some new classes – my new Pick Up Sticks patterns is one of them and I’m crazy about this new quilt.
My Ice Crystals quilt is another new class. (Love this quilt!)
Yet another new class is perfect for beginners: Tumbling Blocks Fun! If you have wanted to learn how to create a tumbling blocks quilt, but were afraid to try it, this is the class for you!
Chip Out of Every Block
and my Transparency class are two more classes I will be teaching.
You can see more information by clicking here: AQS Quilt Week – Chattanooga
I hope you will be able to join us, it is a wonderful location, beautiful convention center and I know we will have a blast in class!
Alaska Cruise – August 19 – 26, 2017!
In August, 2017, we will be traveling to one of my favorite destinations – Alaska! I’ve been there 3 or 4 times already, but can’t wait to go back!
A cruise to Alaska is a perfect way to see this amazing landscape. We will be traveling to and from Seattle on this 7 day cruise. There’s something wonderful awaiting you in every port of call:
- Juneau – In Alaska’s capital, taste salmon baked over an alderwood fire, pan for gold, flight-see the Juneau Ice Field, and visit the Mendenhall glacier.
- Sitka – Step back to the days of Russian Alaska as you watch lively performances of the New Archangel Dancers and view holy paintings of the Czarists’ days. Plenty of wildlife adventures await!
- Ketchikan – Immerse yourself in Tlingit Indian culture as you view the world’s largest collection of totem poles or kayak the colorful waterfront. Visit Creek Street and see Alaska as the early pioneers did.
- Victoria, B.C. – Stroll through the charming downtown of this very British city. Or, just outside the city, visit the lush flora and fauna of Butchart Gardens.
You can play tourist, choosing your pleasure, whether it be walking, touring, flight-seeing or shopping. All the ports we visit are directly in town, and there is a lot to see within walking distance, and the best part. . . quilt shops in every port! (Better take an empty suitcase with you!)
There are a wide variety of classes from which to choose, taught by myself, Laura Wasilowski, Gloria Loughman and Linda J. Hahn. Sewing machines will be available for your use on board. You will even have the chance to purchase a new machine at a great price! I’ve love to have you join us for this fantastic cruise!
For more information about the cruise, classes and ports of call, click here to visit Quilt Seminars at Sea.
You can contact Amy at Amy@QuiltCruises.com or call 1-866-573-6351.
Have you ever wondered what happens on a “quilting” cruise? Click here to visit my blog for some details.
I’ve had so much fun creating some new optical illusion quilt patterns. You can see them below or for more information, you can visit my webpage, located here.
Ice Crystals is an amazing optical illusion and beautiful design! I love how it looks in my sewing studio! Perfect for the intermediate quilter, someone who has taken my Patchwork Illusions class or is comfortable with piecing diamonds.
A beautiful quilt of illusion, so simple to make, once you know how. You can select your 3 favorite colors in light, medium and dark values to create this stunning quilt!
We’ve been working hard on a big project!
Here it is. . . . a brand new look for my website!
Come over and take a look. 🙂
Here’s a little peek at our classes, open sewing time, show and tell, ports of call and going through the Canal from our latest cruise with Quilt Seminars at Sea.
We had a fantastic time with a wonderful group! Can’t wait to be with them again.
Enjoy the little video.