Cut, splice, adapt, and play until you have made your own exciting design! Play up a traditional Lemoyne star pattern with a modern improv approach. From improv slashing to precise diamond piecing, Thunderstruck will get you playing with a variety of techniques. Follow my tips for Y-seam success and add some new skills to your quilter's toolbox.
Double Wedding Ring Construction Pillow/Quilt class
Ready to take on the curves? Take this course and tackle the Double Wedding Ring!
Double Wedding Ring (DWR) quilts are NOT HARD to master, but they do build your patience level! (And who doesn't need more patience?) ....and an heirloom to show for it! Let me take the fear out of sewing curves and share with you all my tips and tricks for sewing a successful DWR quilt.
*The image shows an example of a quilt you might make.
Off the Cuff - Playmaker Block of the Month 2019
Welcome to my Playmaker Block of the Month party! This 9-month program features a great mixture of techniques, improv and precisely-pieced blocks, template and freeform curves blending traditional and modern, with a whole lot of PLAY!
Your membership gives you access to the monthly cutting and instructions, with videos, illustrations and construction tips from me. And you'll end the year with a beautiful 93" x 93" queen size medallion-style quilt!
More About Victoria Findlay Wolfe Quilts
Victoria Findlay Wolfe is a New York City based award-winning International quilter, author of 15 Minutes of Play, Double Wedding Ring Quilts: Traditions Made Modern, Modern Quilt Magic, and Playing with Purpose May 2019 (C&T publishing). She owns her own NYC Quilt Shop stocked with her inspiring products (Victoria Findlay Wolfe Quilts, VFWQuilts.com.) Along with designing original pattern & template lines sold through her shop, she designs fabrics for RJR fabric company, has Aurifil thread sets and is the JUKI USA Ambassador. She is active behind the scenes as well with the Quilt Alliance, as an advisory board member of the International Quilt Study Center & Museum and the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Textiles, and her own community based quilt drives. You can find her quilts in many magazines internationally and her exhibits at the National Quilt Museum, (July 2019), and the Wisconsin Quilt Museum (2020).
More information can be found at Victoria's Website: VFWquilts.com