Textile Architecture

Create your own version of my wonky house quilt! Work with my pattern or customize it and make it a winter scene, make the sun, a moon and it’s night scene, turn the garage into a dog house or add a clothesline strung from the tree to the house with socks hung to dry. Work with solids, prints, batiks - whatever you like, the choice is  yours!

I’ll take you through the entire art quilt making process from start to finish and you’ll learn my cookie cutter outline method for getting those black outlines around odd shaped images. You’ll also learn my methods for working with Mistyfuse fusible web, my quilt as you go method and my 4 strip fused binding technique.  And as a bonus for those of you who might want to dye your own fabric I'm including video lessons on my own easy fabric dyeing method!

Each lesson in this workshop includes a step by step video and may also include companion downloadable PDF files.

Frequently Asked Questions

I'm a beginner - is this class too advanced for me?

Absolutely not! Even if you have never made an art quilt before I promise that you will be able to make this one.

How long do I have access to the course?

The class will remain accessible to you for at least 6 months.

What supplies do I need for this class?

You will need the following supplies: Note that the colors below are only suggestions. You can create your art quilt using solids, prints, vintage, reproduction or batik fabrics. Mistyfuse fusible web (or your preferred fusible web) and baking parchment paper - (NOT freezer paper) or a teflon pressing sheet.

Wool felt (NOT acrylic) or quilt batting of your choice (for the middle layer of your quilt)

Muslin or scrap fabric to be used as a backing

Transdoodle transfer paper or your preferred transfer paper (note that I will provide an alternative method for the technique this uses if you are unable to get some or are not interested in adding it to your studio supplies)

Blue background fabric - one piece 21” x 21”

Green fabric - one fat quarter for the grass and tree top.

Black fabric - 1/2 yard for outlining and the binding (note that you can substitute a small scale black and white print or another color instead of solid black for a different look)

An assortment of fat quarters or scraps (measuring at least 10” to 12” square”) to use for the sun, house, garage, tree trunk, mailbox, chimney, walkways, doors, windows and any other elements that you think you want to add to your version of the wonky house quilt.

Iron and pressing surface

Sewing machine, Rotary cutter, mat, and scissors

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