Do you like the look of circular quilts -- but struggle with how to turn a rectangular work space in Electric Quilt into a circle quilt? In today's free video tutorial, let me guide you in how to do this.
You are going to love the process for creating a circular quilt, adding a circular binding and then creating a wreath motif for a fun Christmas tree skirt or table topper.
If you need help in creating the candy cane motif, check out this video tutorial.
Here are the quilts from the video.
Shoot for the Stars with EQ8
Are you just getting started with EQ8?
This one month class will help you jump start your learning process.
To provide sufficient time for even the busiest person to learn, the material will be delivered via email. Each email (delivered on Monday, Wednesday and Friday) will contain a 5 to 10 minute video tutorial plus complete written instructions to draft part of a quilt. You will love your successfully designed quilt in EQ8.
The class is currently on sale for $25 (regular $35). Join now.
MN Quilters 2018 Mystery
Who doesn't like a good mystery? What about a quilt pattern that will be presented over the next year?
I created a really fun quilt (using Electric Quilt) entitled Flight of Fancy. This was designed specifically for Minnesota Quilters, who has exclusive rights to present the pattern for 2018.
The quilt is a traditional design (with no curved piecing or applique). You can choose the size you want to make: Small is 66" x 78", Medium is 66" x 90", and Large is 90" x 90".
When you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the introduction and fabric choice instructions so you can be ready when you receive your first clue at noon on January 1, 2018!
You also have the option to join a private Facebook group administered by MN Quilters where you can ask questions and share progress. I have joined the Facebook group and plan to participate in the discussion.
Electric Quilt Expert, Certified Art and Stitch Instructor and Pattern Designer.
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