Sunday, August 30, 2015

Craftsy Classes

I want to mention three Craftsy Classes I have taken recently and found very helpful with machine quilting:
1) Help! How Do I Quilt It? A Machine Quilting Manual - Angela Walters
2) Divide and Conquer, Creative Quilting for Any Space - Lori Kennedy
3) Quilting With Rulers on a Home Machine - Amy Johnson
These classes have been SO helpful and you can enjoy them in the comfort of your own home.  You can find them at:

Here are some more photos from the Springville Art Museum quilt exhibit.  The quilt above is:
La Petite Chef d'Oeure by Helen Williams Butler and quilted by her as well.  As you can see in this photo on the left, this quilt is a miniature!  You can't really tell that from the photo above.  It received a well-deserved Award of Excellence!  She said that La petite chef d'oeure means "my little masterpiece" - a very fitting name.  She also said that after completing this miniature quilt she knows she will never make another one!  Maybe she will change her mind :)

My Grandmother's Garden
by Peg Heermance
quilted by Cheryl Barlow

Well Done Good and Faithful Servant
made and quilted by Donna Schipper Moyer
Received the Show Committee Award

This quilt was made entirely by hand.

My Legacy Quilt
made and quilted by Nancy J. Allen

Received the Best Hand Quilting Award
(It is all hand appliquéd too!)

Melissa Wedding Quilt
by Katherine Porter
quilted by Virgina Gore

A wedding quilt made for her granddaughter who loves color.

Symbols of Nippon
by Jacquelyn Thompson
quilted by Kim Peterson

Received an Award of Excellence

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