In this brand new video class, I've cooked up a lighthearted, improv-style pillow that anyone can make. Brighten up your living space with a fun project and sample some sewing skills along the way!
When you join the class you get immediate access to my up-close video instructions for this satisfying project, as well as the downloadable pattern with step-by-step instructions.
Within the course you'll find 10 dynamic instructional videos covering improvisational curves, scrappy piecing and finishing the pillow, as well as an extended lesson in a fluid, textural free-motion quilting design (as well as a line-quilting alternative).
Small Projects are Fun!
As a free motion quilting teacher I know practice is how you get more comfortable with FMQ. What if your practice was beautiful and useful too? Small projects like this are the perfect way to learn new skills and have the pleasure of a pretty finished product at the end!
The class can also be a great introduction to other skills you might not have tried yet. The total video instruction time is about one hour and it takes about 3 hours to make the pillow yourself.
You won't find the pattern for this pillow on my website, it's only available to the people who take this online course!
Learn at your own pace; the lessons and the PDF pattern are always there. With HD quality video and the option to return to any lesson at any time, you won't miss a thing!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What supplies do I need for this class?
Fabric supplies for this project: Pillow front background: 18" x 18" Assorted scraps: about 5" wide Batting: 22" x 22" Muslin: 22" x 22" Fabric for pillow back: Two pieces, 16" x 11" each 16" x 16" pillow form Tools to have include
Sewing machine Scissors Quilting ruler Temporary marking pen Pins or sewing clips Iron Rotary cutter and mat (optional) Pressing spray (optional)
How long will I have access to the class?
The video portion of the course is guaranteed to stay available for at least six months after your purchase. You can download the pattern to your own computer and keep it forever.
What if I'm unhappy with my purchase?
I'm always open to feedback to make my next courses better. Please reach out if there's something that really impacted your learning experience. Please be aware that I can't offer refunds.
I still have a question, how can I contact you?
I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please remember I have a day job as a nurse-midwife, so sometimes I get behind on my email.