Lately I have been spending my days getting ready for my Spring workshops! Two quilt frames in the living room surrounded with lots of tools, cleaning equipment, and more quilting tools!
I will be teaching at MQX in Providence RI on April 13-17. And I will be at MQS in Overland Park (kansas city area), KS on May 12-16.
All the classes are the basics on a home quilting frame. It is awesome to be able to SEE how this type of quilting actually works! Also to talk to someone whe ACTUALLY has been successful on the quilting frame! Yes I really do quilt on it!
I keep it basic, but I include information on troubleshooting, tension, leadercloth, loading the quilt in 15 minutes, and turning the quilt. Then I move into Pantographs, patternboards, and ruler work. All directed to the quilter who works on a home quilting system with a smaller machine.
I believe in education, but we are such a visual society that we need to SEE how the system operates!
I took classes 5 years ago looking for education and could not find any directed to the small systems, so not I teach to help those who were in my shoes then! I never regretted taking the classes I could take, even though they were on the longarm system. But had I had classes on my specific system I would have jumped at the opportunity!
So, here is your chance! Don’t miss out on classes where you can SEE how the home quilting frame works. And be sure to say HI! I found you on your blog… if you do I have a special gift for you!