with Kimberly Einmo
Sew beautiful quilts that come together with ease, using precuts, yardage or fabrics from your stash. Best-selling author Kimberly Einmo uses templates and rulers to make cutting, piecing, appliqué and machine quilting easy and fun! Make one of five included patterns, or use what you learn to create your own designs. Kimberly will share her techniques for invisible and contrasting thread machine appliqué. Learn how to create flying geese units, stars, checkerboards and more. Gain the confidence to combine fabrics, experiment with color and use your leftovers.
Meet your instructor Kimberly Einmo and learn about the importance of creating a creative workspace.
Kimberly leads an in-depth discussion on the supplies you will need — threads, rotary cutters, rulers, marking pens and more.
Kimberly walks you through your first quilt, Jacob's Ladder, as you learn to make perfect points, use half-square triangles and put the block together.
See how quickly Kimberly‘s Chain Saw quilt comes together using a jelly roll and a layer cake.
Put the finishing touches on your Chain Saw quilt as Kimberly demonstrates how to add sashing, quilting and the binding.
Use jelly roll strips — or fabric strips cut from your stash — to make Kimberly’s Lonestar Strip Magic quilt.
Assemble your points into blocks and then arrange your blocks to create your quilt top. Kimberly then demonstrates a variety of quilting options.
Make stunning cathedral window blocks using precut charm squares.
Add appliquéd details using decorative stitching and learn how to assemble your quilt top. Kimberly demonstrates how to chain stitch to keep everything in order.
Kimberly shares her clever trick for creating a stunning Flying Geese quilt that looks like it's sewn on point but isn't!
"You are a wonderful teacher, Kimberly! You explain and demo every step so well and give options; I like that. ... You've got me re-evaluating several of my UFO's to finish with the methods you taught. Many thanks! I'll be visiting this class over and over again."