These two quilts are the same pattern but the second one uses a solid fabric. This is from Jane Sassaman's book. It is a great way to use large print fabric. The class is called "Jane's Star."
This fish quilt has been very popular in the shop. It is a very simple pattern using a large print fabric. The first two are similar except for the sashing and border.
This next quit is the same pattern as the fish quilt. This one uses the line of fabric "Cocoon" by Valerie Wells. This class is "Chris' Fishes."
We also have three samples for the next class "Rectangles." The top one is very scrappy using mostly Kaffe Fassett fabrics. Chris chose the fabric and made the second one.
This third one is made of all batiks. It is a very simple pattern. It looks like rectangles but is actually pieced as square blocks.
The next sample is from the class, "Mod Medallions." We will be doing fusible machine applique in this class.
In "Scrappy Strip Tube Quilt" we will be using the strip tube method. This is a great way to use up some of your scraps and there are so many possible ways to lay out the blocks.
"10 Minute Quilt Block" is another easy one. This quilt goes very quickly and the curved part is easier than you can imagine.
This quilt is taken from the book "Strip-Smart Quilts." In this "Urbanista" class you will use a special ruler to cut the pieced strips to make the blocks.
This "Partly Cloudy Poncho" is made using laminated fabric. What a great look for rainy weather.
When this fabric, "Salt Water" by Tula Pink hit the door I knew instantly that I had to make a quilt with it. This zig-zag quilt is perfect for this fabric. The vertical strip highlights the octopus. We plan on making fabric kits for this class, but of course you can choose your own fabric.
As you can see this fabric is pretty awesome. Who wouldn't love that octopus?