Back by popular demand! Lori Jonker’s “Once in a Lullabye” quilt pattern uses 12 traditional blocks, giving them a modern flair with current color choices and modern techniques, and is designed to be done completely on a home sewing machine. The class will guide you from the first cut, through the quilting process, to a completed 51” x 68” throw quilt. As you proceed you’ll learn new quilting skills and interact with other quilters … all while never leaving your own sewing space! The class is designed for beginner and intermediate quilters and anyone wanting to improve their quilting skills. You will work on the following skills: 1. Precise piecing of 12 traditional blocks 2. Machine quilting with a free motion and walking foot; learn a new technique in every block 3. Quilt-as-you-go joining techniques
Instructional video links will be sent to you by email after you enroll in the class. The first will be sent after you sign up, and beginning ________ you will receive an email each week with video links to complete 2 blocks per week. If the pace seems quick, don’t worry - you can work on it at your own speed. ● The scheduled classroom time will provide you with the opportunity to ask questions, talk with other class members and share your progress. Your participation is optional. . ● Register with Lyons Quilting at 303-823-6067. Supply list: ● “Once in a Lullabye” pattern by Pinecone Hill Quilting ● Fabric according to the pattern requirements ● Additional equipment and supplies will be discussed in the first video.