PLEASE NOTE: I am taking a break to get back into my studio to recharge......please contact me at to be put on a waitlist for future workshops.
Zoomin' the Workshops!! (
Please refer to course descriptions below)
If you are a beginner, the "Quick Step" class is going to be for you. We will meet 3 times in a week for lectures, demos and you will be doing your homework between sessions.
I am now offering my "Dancing With The Wall" advanced class as a 2-wk, 3 days/wk Zoom Class. This is a combination of lectures, demos and you doing homework to complete a full-size Dancing Improv Quilt.
NEW!!! I will work with you one-on-one in private lessons. If you are seeking a more intimate, tailored-to-you experience, we can design a workshop together on a schedule that works for you.
IF YOU CAN ROUND UP A SMALL GROUP OF LIKE-MINDED QUILTERS (6 PEOPLE MAX), LET'S TALK ABOUT A WORKSHOP AT A REDUCED RATE.
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Dancing With The Wall: Improv Irene-Style
Two day class (16 hrs)
A fast-paced two-day workshop introducing the method of building a quilt one piece of fabric at a time, the way I build my own. You will receive “tools” to use as building blocks, lots of individual attention, tips for piecing, composition and color. You will let your self-conscience and creativity drive your process to a unique expressions of your aesthetic and process. At the end of the workshop you will have most of a small quilt finished and an amazing sense of accomplishment!
Let go of your inhibitions! Tap into your creativity!
Dancing With The Wall: Improv Irene-Style Quick-step
All day class (7-8 hrs)
Using only two contrasting colors, you will learn how to construct the individual components used to make an improv Irene-style quilt. You will discover how fun it is to make many types of stripes, triangles, squares and curves in new and original ways. Take home a 20-24” pillow top or mini-quilt ready to quilt as well as all the techniques to jump into a full size improv quilt.
3 day workshop
A fun 3 day workshop turning strips of fabric into "new striped fabric" and then cutting them into triangles and such and then transforming them into a, well, a transformer!