New Class! Alternatively Bound and Stitched

I’m really excited to tell you about my new class, Alternatively Bound and Stitched, that I will be teaching in Long Beach at International Quilt Festival, Thursday, July 26th.

The focus of this class is not only learning 3 alternative binding techniques that work great with art quilts but also developing strategies for free-motion quilting designs, making a quilt sandwich, discussing; batting, basting, threads and needles, transferring designs to fabric and marking quilts for stitching more complex designs.

Along with making quilted and bound samples in class, there will also be a powerpoint with examples of different ways to think about what kind of stitching motifs to use for quilting.

As I began writing the handout for the class last fall, I found that I had so much information that I wanted to include, that it became a 17 page ebook! that each student will get on a disk in class.

The ebook is a pdf and can be uploaded to a tablet and opened in either kindle, ibooks or other apps for reading pdfs.

I emailed myself the pdf and opened it on my ipad and it worked beautifully.


I have already been asked about selling the ebook, which I will probably do when I have a chance to figure out the best way to do it. Right now I have A LOT on my plate to deal with, so please bear with me. Hopefully in the fall after I’ve moved and resettled I can get to it. In the meantime come take my class! 😉

4 Responses to “New Class! Alternatively Bound and Stitched”

  1. Cool, Judy! I love that you are going to sell this as an e-book. Let me know when I can buy it! Way to go!

  2. cindy shake says:

    How cool is that?! You’ve been BUSY 🙂

  3. kathscrapper says:

    I just signed up for your class in Long Beach! Thank you for making a reference for us to use when we get home! Your quilts are gorgeous and I can’t wait to learn these techniques!

  4. Thanks Kathryn! So glad to hear you’ll be in the class, see you soon!

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