Tuesday, January 10, 2012

wednesday is the new friday

Exciting news to share today. I'm teaching a quilt class next month!

In October I sent my Friday Night Brights quilt off to live for a while at a new Indy area quilt shop, Crimson Tate.

Heather, the lovely and bubbly proprietor, does a rotating installation of quilts made by local sewists. When I popped into the shop after Thanksgiving, Heather approached me about teaching a FNB class.

I screamed. Hugged her. Cried a little. And then I said yes. It was quite a proposal.
wednesday is the new friday

Since then I've been prepping and planning, scheming and dreaming, and altogether bubbling over with excitement. Now that Heather has published her class schedule, I'm happy to make an official announcement of my own.

The class will be held in three sessions, on Wednesday February 8 & 22, and March 7. You'll learn my very organized and slightly neurotic method for keeping everything orderly as you piece the rainbow inset with 168 half square triangles, and I'll cover making said 168 HSTs, cutting bias binding, and making rounded corners along the way. This class is probably not best suited to a new sewist, but I'll cover the basics at length, which makes it perfect for new and newer quilters.
Friday Night Brights - finished!

You can open a PDF of the full Crimson Tate class schedule by clicking here. When you're ready to sign up, give the shop a call at 317-426-3300.