Creating Fabulous Two-Block Quilts
When: August 5, 2014
Time: 11am – 12pm ET (1 hour)
Unlock the mystery and double your quilting fun by placing two different blocks side by side to create extraordinary quilts. In this live seminar, see how every quilter, regardless of the skill level, can make unique quilts. Nancy Mahoney has made over 50 two-block quilts and she'll share tips for successfully pairing-up blocks to create dazzling quilts.
What You’ll Learn At This Web Seminar:
- Learn how to select blocks for stunning results.
- See how a simple block can complement a complicated one.
- Learn how to easily resize blocks.
- See how fabric placement can create new designs.
- Ideas for extending blocks into borders.
- See how the use of value can change the mood of the quilt.
- See a variety of quilts from traditional to modern.
Can't make the live event? Don't worry! Your registration comes with access to the archived version of the program and the materials for one year. You do not have to attend the live event to get a recording of the presentation. You will receive a copy of the recorded presentation in an email that goes out within 1 week after the live event.
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Author, teacher, and fabric designer, Nancy has enjoyed making quilts for over 25 years, during which time an impressive range of her beautiful quilts have been featured in over 110 national and international quilt magazines. She has also created over 80 quilt patterns for a variety of fabric manufacturers.
Nancy has authored 13 books since 2002, all have been published by Martingale.She has designed 15 fabric collections, including five 30s reproduction collections for P&B Textiles. Nancy is working on her next book and fabric collection.
Nancy enjoys combining traditional blocks and updated techniques to create dazzling quilts. Not considering herself a specialist in one particular area, Nancy's favorite techniques include precision machine piecing, quilt design, and machine appliqué. Nancy has taught many workshops nationwide for guilds, shops, and conferences; including International Quilt Festival (Houston), Minnesota Quilter's Conference, Kentucky Getaway, Road to California, A Mountain Quiltfest (Tennessee), and many more. Nancy believes making a quilt should be fun. In her classes, Nancy's goal is for students to have a good time, learn something new, and make a quilt that they will enjoy for many years. When she's not designing and making quilts, Nancy enjoys traveling to guilds and events around the country, sharing her quilts, teaching her piecing and machine appliqué techniques, and visiting gardens. Visit Nancy's website, www.nancymahoney.com, for more information about Nancy, her classes, and her quilts.