31 Day Blog Writing Challenge - Most Impactful Class

>> Saturday, December 11, 2021

 I'm just going to start with the fact that I've never taken a class! There. I said it. As someone who is self taught from waaay back when in the 1990s, I learned from magazines and books. Then blogs and tutorials. Are there famous quilters I would love to be in the room with? Absolutely! But it hasn't happened yet.

Liberated Churn Dash quilt



So, for Cheryl's prompt today I considered the first class I taught just before the pandemic hit. I was approached my a local quilt guild to teach my Liberated Churn Dash technique. And I loved it!

Here is the post that features the students' work from that day - inspiring!

Liberated Churn Dash Workshop

I would do it again in a heartbeat. I'm seriously considering offering it as a virtual class next year.

The Inventory Quilt mentioned in the post never happened as again, it was planned to start right when Covid 19 hit and everything shut down. I'm going to be working on mine next year and will suggest a sew along on my blog. At least, you can come back and see my progress!

In case you're wondering I wrote this post too - What's an Inventory Quilt?


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With Joy,


Sarah V.

1 comments:

cspoonquilt December 12, 2021 at 12:31 PM  

I love your Churn Dash quilt. Looks like a lot of fun to make, very Liberated! I'm curious as to why you've never taken any classes? Are there no quilt shops near enough to you? Thanks for stoppin by my blog too!

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