Earlier this week, I taught “Crooked Log Cabins for the Precision Impaired” at the Cabarrus County Quilt Guild. There were 20 in my workshop, but most of the ladies had already packed up when I remembered to ask for a picture. Here are some of the fun women that were in my class:
Here is one of my quilts, “Spotty Polka Dotty” (c) 2007 Amy Stewart Winsor. In my workshop, I teach how to make non-square blocks, and how to fit the non-square blocks together with crooked edges. I also teach how to couch yarn on the edge of a pillowcased quilt, and how to doodle the yarn around to embellish the top of the quilt.