Girls and boys, we are so excited to teach a beginners kids camp class at Quilt Walk! In this class we will be be making: a scrunchie (for boys, instead of a scrunchie, they will be making a mystery project) colored pencil roll-up and a bag to put it all in.
Pull out your swimsuits and let's head to the pool! These three cute projects are the perfect essentials you need for being out in that hot sun by the pool. We will be making a beach bag towel tote, sunglasses case and a water bottle holder. This is a great class if you have some sewing experience.
They say you can't buy happiness but you can buy fabric and that's really close! This fast and fun wall hanging is made using a panel. With a little pop of color for the spools it will be perfect for your quilters nook.
Paint a prairie of colors into our newest Lone Star Star Barn Quilt! This gorgeous barn quilt measures 44" square when finished and can be painted in many color ways with our collection of Tweetle Dee Prairie Paints. If you have taken one of our Barn Quilt Classes in the past and want to up your game, this is the perfect class for you!
Desert Rose is a delightful quilt with beautiful blocks that make a bold statement. And this quilt is Fat Quarter Friendly so it's easy to pick a bundle or grab from your Stash!! Come learn some basic building blocks and great tips to help you line up all those points to perfection.
All Bottled Up is a class with no stress! Sometimes taking classes can be stressful. How much fabric do I need? What if I can't finish it? Well, I have taken the stress away. In your bottle will be everything you need fabric/pattern to make this table runner or wall hanging.
Make twelve flower blocks 12 x 12 - one of them appliqued! The dark background really makes the flowers pop. You will learn to make half square triangles and tips for prepared edge applique The finished size is 66 x 66.
I used to love spinning pinwheels as a kid and this quilt brings back lots of happy memories. We'll learn how to make pinwheel blocks and learn to square them up properly. Then we'll make a few "stem" blocks and then you'll be well on your way to making the "Blow Me Over" quilt.