Tick, Tock, Goes the Clock..Tuesday’s the BIG day!
Yes, my fellow quilters and students have asked; and I have listened! Therefore, I am thrilled to announce that this Tuesday, July 17th, my online “Trunk Tell All” will go live! PLUS a lot of extras!
I have been hearing from many of you, far and wide, how you would love the opportunity to attend my trunk show but unfortunately logistically it just doesn’t work. That is simply unacceptable; I just cannot allow that to continue. There will be no more worries about where I”ll be, and how to get there, because I’m bringing my show, and a whole lot of extras, directly to YOU! AND for only $50 you get to witness all of it!
Let’s make things even more exciting by revealing that there are also some great “extra’s” included with this program. The first being the pattern of the Emerald Isle! A great starter pattern!
Now if you weren’t the slightest bit interested in quilting you wouldn’t be found viewing this, correct? If that’s the case, and you haven’t already done so, I urge you to jump into Divide and Design! It really makes the craft of quilting a no brainer. And because I believe whole heartedly in this method I’ll provide you with my one page handout on the secret to Divide and Design during this session! YES, that’s right, a second little giveaway!
Finally, sign up during the first week of this launch and you’ll be added to the “Ain’t No Junk” Facebook group! I will be hosting a Facebook LIVE event; during which time I will answer any questions and concerns you may have on all things Quilty! So make sure you’re following me!
If I’m repeating myself it’s because what I’m about to say may be a little important.
That being said, the #1 question I am asked is:
“What rulers should I start with since I don’t own a single one?”
Answer to the most asked question:
Hands down, you MUST have a straight edge. BUT, don’t waste your time or money purchasing the biggest one out there, bigger isn’t always better. I suggest getting a ruler that fits comfortably in your hand, because let’s face it if you can’t maneuver the tool easily what help is it? My personal favorite is the ProMini. I reach for this lovely little ruler when I want to incorporate “stitch in the ditch” into my design. My next ruler that is a “must have” would be the circles! You can accomplish so much with these babies!! There are two different kinds, solid circles and nested circles. I prefer the solid circles. since I have small hands, holding them is easier. They are a little more expensive but I feel the money spent is well worth it. Keep in mind that having a variety of sizes will allow you to accomplish just about everything. Not too long ago, in May, I shared a post on the Baptist Fan design , which demonstrated the versatility of utilizing different sized circles. Today, I am going to provide a tutorial on creating the Clamshell design. Once again it’s with one of my “must have” rulers, as I am referring to the circles.
Do you feel that circles are a HUGE benefit to your quilting? If so, what’s your favorite design to do with circles?