Linda Patzer Teaches Quilt-As-You-Go

Linda is a quilt teacher at The Sewing Studio in Normal, Illinois. She sent me this pic of her student Sandy’s quilt, which they adapted to be quilt-as-you-go.

This one was made by Sandy Way. The quilt block is a drunkards path. Sandy is a new quilter but has sewing clothes and home dec for many years. She recently retired from teaching. I am so proud!

Turtles

I love that Linda is teaching how to adapt a patterns her students like, to make them quilt-as-you-go. That is what my book Finish (almost) Any Quilt is about. You can read more about the book here – or buy it on Amazon here.

Click to see Pam’s finished quilt. She’s another one of Linda’s students!

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  1. Gene Black says:

    I love this. What a great way to finish quilts. This is a wonderful way to do nice Free Motion Quilting on blocks without having to drag an entire quilt through your home machine. I have a quilt that I am making that way – I am just working on it a bit at a time.