Make an easy applique quilt that truly represents
the highs and lows of the new year with
Nothing looks quite like a
Join Sue Pelland and Special Guest Karla Overland from Cherrywood Fabrics for a Planning Session on November 8th
Karla and Sue will explain the clever way they selected Hand-Dyed Cherrywood fabrics to represent the temperature range for any climate. During the program, Sue will show you how to do the research, and set up a temperature color chart with an optional kit of Cherrywood Hand Dyed Fabric in 22 muted rainbow colors.
The hand-dyed fabrics look like suede!
Nothing looks quite like a Cherrywood Quilt!
Join the Community
I'm challenging you to make this gorgeous quilt, two squares a day using Fast and Fabulous Fusible Applique!
Do you ever start a project with GUSTO then slowly peter out? Joining us will help you stay motivated all the way to a completed quilt! To stay on track, join a community of quilters who are all working toward the same goal! Encourage each other and share your progress on our private Facebook Group! Check-in at the end of each season on a quarterly ZOOM tutorial plus Show and Tell!
Quilt As You Go
Do you hate giving up artistic control of your quilts, or do you simply want to make your quilts by yourself from start to glorious finish?
Then you'll love this simple "Quilt as You Go" technique from Pauline's Quilter's World in Australia.
Forget wrangling a big quilt through a little sewing machine! Pauline Roger's unique QAYG method helps you confidently free motion quilt your own quilts in sections, then easily join them together with invisible seams. Use any domestic sewing machine!
Encouragement and Motivation are my Specialties!
Let me be your guide through the "Highs and Lows" of 2022!
I'll share fast fusible applique techniques and see you through machine quilting each season. We'll all celebrate a fabulous finish by sticking together and encouraging each other each and every day of 2022!
Are you up for making two squares a day?
for more information
Reserve your seat at the
Temperature Quilt Planning Night
November 8 at 6-8 pm EST on Zoom