Programs and workshops for quilt guilds
A Traveling Trunk of Quilts and Quips
Daytime or evening program for quilt guilds. The adventures of a traveling quilter featuring the quilts made on the go in her years as a magazine editor and lately as a quilt designer and designing fabric.
For program and workshop fees and schedule availability, email Jean Ann.
Upstairs Downstairs Log Cabin
Fun, fast and perfect log cabin blocks: Try this new no-math, no-measuring method to make
log cabin blocks. Trimming each round insures a perfectly pieced block with more sewing, less cutting. The Log Cabin Trim Tool designed by Jean Ann is required for the class. It can be ordered in advance from www.jeanannquilts.com or purchased the day of the class.
Eat Your Veggies Pineapple Table Runner
The new Pineapple Trim Tool promises a perfect pineapple block every time you make one. Just stitch and trim your strips in place and wella! pineapples good enough to eat appear like magic. Another no-math, no-measure tool designed by Jean Ann Wright and manufactured by Creative Grids©.
Cut the Cake Hexies
Stitching up a few hexagons using one 40 count pack of layer cake squares is as easy as munching a cupcake. The new hexagon trim tool insures you will have a perfect block and a
perfect fit as you sew the blocks together.
Carousel – 8″ Curvy Log Cabin
Create the illusion of curves by sewing blocks with half wide and half narrow strips. The Curvy tool guarantees you will have a perfect block every time….and in half the time of traditional methods used to make this.
Rainbow Swirls – 6″ Curvy Log Cabin
A fun to sew quilt made with blocks that give illusion of curves with half wide and half narrow strips. The Curvy tool guarantees you will have a perfect block every time….and in half the time of traditional methods used to make this block.
Jelly Roll Jambalaya
Got pre-cuts and don’t know what to do with them? Pick hexagon shaped Mardi Gras Beads or Andouille that uses a1600” long strip that is quartered and pieced together. Both can be incorporated into one workshop – Half day pick a project – whole day make two!
|Jean Ann’s quilts are often featured on the cover of popular quilt magazines.|