The LaunchDec 21, 2022
A whole new game
Well, here we go! I have been working on a new website to host my online courses. It has taken me quite a while and a pile of brain cells to get this incredible website set up (I might be a little biased on the whole incredible thing). Along with the new site I will be hosting my very own longarm courses. I currently have my first course on offer for $49.00 until January 15th, 2023. Check it out here if you are interested in Longarm Quilt Design.
I had a blog so many years ago and realize with this new website and becoming a course creator it was time to revitalize my keyboarding skills and get to writing again. I spend most of my time now in the longarm studio stitching out custom designs on my client's quilts and I think I would like to share the struggles and successes.
Christmas is coming up in a couple of days and I decided to make up a quilt for the couch. The kids are teenagers now and we needed a bigger quilt to fit all of us under it while we drink hot chocolate and watch silly Christmas movies. I started digging through my stash and found only the absolute worst of ugly Christmas fabrics. I decided to send out a request to the local quilters and see if anyone had anything better they were willing to part with... I ended up with even more of the nasty, gawdy, paisley stuff. When I say more, I mean heaps.
A quick technique came into my mind that I had seen recently, it was time to just make the thing. This technique isn't as 'quick' as it seems. Here is a link to a youtube video. There are a lot of videos on this technique and I just had to try it because I am all about a fast quilt. The only part that I did differently was adding the snowballs.
Although I did repeat the process quite a few times and ended up with huge 18" blocks.so I decided to dub this quilt the "Ugly Christmas Sweater" quilt. Here is an adorable photo of my dogs Argo (olde english bulldogge) and Rhino (frenchie).
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