Mix & Match: Inspired Scrappy Quilting (DVD + Streaming)
- Includes both DVD and On-Demand streaming access
- Bonus downloadable materials with purchase
- 7 Class Sessions
- Total Runtime: 2h 19m
Sew Edyta’s original Trail Mix quilt as you practice her signature techniques, starting with foolproof tips for fabric selection. Turn even the wildest stash into a well-coordinated quilt with the Rule of Five guidelines and tips for creating cohesive print combinations. Next, dive into methods for quickly cutting strips and assembling scrappy-square panels. Discover speedy piecing techniques as you create four- and nine-patches before tackling half-square triangles with tricks for fast mass production. Then, go behind the scenes with Edyta and learn how she designs her quilts! Plus, find out how to anchor any color palette and achieve precise piecing and neat Y-seams with step-by-step guidance. Finally, assemble your blocks and add borders and binding for a one-of-a-kind quilt that showcases your unique style.
NOTE: If you’d like to purchase only the DVD for this class, you may do so through this link. (Please note, any class PDF materials are not on the DVD itself. You must have streaming access to download those materials associated with the class.)
Is your stash getting out of hand? Let expert Edyta Sitar show you how to create a scrappy quilt design and cohesively combine all those fabrics! Learn Edyta’s Rule of Five for fabric selection and practice making scrappy panels. Then start cutting out your project shapes!
Preparing Square Patches (25:02)
Continue building the basic units you’ll need to create your beautiful scrappy projects. Learn two ways to make four-patches and see how to create perfect nine-patches — a great way to use up your tiniest scraps.
Preparing Triangle Units (12:36)
Finish creating the basic units for your quilt by learning how to make half-square and quarter-square triangles. Edyta demonstrates two ways to assemble half-square triangles and she encourages you to trade pieces with your friends! Plus, discover important rules for incorporating bias edges into your scrappy quilt.
Designing a Quilt (17:43)
Now that you’ve completed most of your units for the class project, Edyta walks you through her design process for the Trail Mix quilt. You’ll learn how to anchor your quilt’s scrappiness to achieve a cohesive look and select perfect background fabrics that will make your scrappy pieces pop.
Block Construction (25:13)
It’s time to piece together your blocks! Learn to use a Y-seam to assemble the scrappy stars in your cornerstone blocks. Then move on to the center blocks and border triangles. Don’t stress about the number of seams — Edyta breaks it down one section at a time.
Quilt Construction (10:23)
Edyta walks you through building your borders and adding sashing before completing the assembly of your quilt top. Learn to address variations in your block sizes and precisely line up your star points. Then finish arranging and assembling this beautiful project!
Finishing the Quilt (18:38)
Learn how to pick batting and backing, and check out some quilting designs that are beautiful for any scrappy project. Wrap up the class by making a scrappy binding, and find out Edyta’s secret tricks for achieving a professional finish.
Edyta Sitar was introduced to quilting by her husband’s grandmother, and she hasn’t stopped sewing since. Edyta is the owner and founder of Laundry Basket Quilts and is a Moda designer. She is also the author of five books, including Handful of Scraps: Pieced Into Amazing Quilts, and her patterns and signature scrappy quilts have won numerous awards.
Mix & Match: Inspired Scrappy Quilting - Patterns
Bonus materials available after purchase
Your DVD will be shipped in the mail using the address you provide at checkout. Your purchase also includes access to a streaming version of the class and downloadable PDF class materials. After your purchase, you can find your streaming class and your PDF class materials by logging into your Craftsy account using the user name and password you established.