Category Archives: Teaching

Lemoyne Stars!

          I recently wrapped up another year-long class on hand piecing the Lemoyne Star block. I’m always thrilled to see how the students take the blocks and make them their own. I love seeing all the … Continue reading

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Teaching in Farmington

  I spent a wonderful day today teaching free motion quilting to 15 fabulous members of the Threads of Friendship Quilter’s Guild of Farmington, MO. Our classroom was a spacious community room in the Farmington Fire Station. Fortunately the sirens … Continue reading

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Shawnee Quilt Guild part 2

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The Shawnee Quilt Guild members really rock! I’ve had a tremendous amount of fun quilting with these women. They have been wonderfully hospitable and I’ve enjoyed lovely dinners out sampling the varied cuisine of the Carbondale area. As always, there … Continue reading

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January Retreat #2

Yes, it’s true! I’m at my 2nd retreat this month! I’m at the Bits ‘n’ Pieces retreat at the moment and have been sewing furiously. I had these St. Louis themed sampler blocks all hand pieced over the last few … Continue reading

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Classes and More Classes

Wow! I was on a teaching streak this week! On Wednesday, I taught Machine Applique at The Quilted Fox.  On Friday, I taught Painless Paper Piecing, also at The Quilted Fox. The group above is busy preparing their pieces for … Continue reading

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