I also got to hang out with Mary Ellen Kranz and Barb Vlack -- two premiere Electric Quilt instructors. Plus get to know both Penny McMorris and Dean Neumann, the founders of Electric Quilt.
I also realized that their superior customer service runs throughout the entire company. Many of their staff spent time assisting in the classroom. They know the product inside and out and were incredibly helpful in assisting both me and my students.
Easter Bunny Mini-Class Update
Thanks so much for the positive feedback and validation of what I absolutely love to do - share my love of Electric Quilt and quilting.
Are you ready to learn more?
Electric Quilt Applique Class Starts April 24th
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Electric Quilt Self Assessment
Here is a list of questions that can be used to assess your Electric Quilt skill set. Count how many of these "questions" you can relate to.
2.How can I create a basic quilt?
3.How can I use real fabrics currently on the market?
4.How can I bring in a scanned or photographed fabric from my stash and use it to color a quilt?
5.How can I draw a basic block of my own?
6.Is there a way to start with a preplanned quilt and make changes to it?
7.Can EQ help me with labels for my quilt?
8.What’s the difference between the library and the sketchbook?
9.How do I move things from the library to my current project?
10.I know I saved (….), but it has now disappeared.
11.What are the “layers” in a quilt and why do we need them?
12.How do I figure out fabric yardage?
13.How do I print (…)?
If you answered yes (or could relate) to five or more questions, a beginning Electric Quilt class may be for you. Or maybe it is just time for a refresher course.
Introduction to Electric Quilt 7
Upcoming Maple Grove Quilt Show
Please join me.
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