Yesterday I had two different workshop students email photos of their completed quilts, and I have their permission to share.
Sandy attended two workshops this past April when I was in South Florida. Both quilts are The Quilt Rambler patterns and available as a PDF download on the website or can be ordered as print versions, just contact us.
Paradise Island is made with the Tucker Trimmer I ® and The Shaded Nine Patch Technique. Paradise Island is suitable for confident beginners as well as the season quilter.
Illuminated Journey use the Rapid-Fire Lemoyne Star ® and The Blazing Star Technique Sheet. Illuminated Journey is a tad more challenging just because it’s anything but rapid (grin) It is also doable for all range of quilters.
Annette just completed her Geese Over Galveston Bay quilt from the May quilting cruise. I love how she changed the border to “make it hers”. Geese Over Galveston Bay uses the Wing Clipper I ® and is perfect to use fat quarters or leftover fabrics from your favorite projects.
Calling all Deb Tucker fans
Are you a member of the Facebook group Tucker Time with The Quilt Rambler? I would encourage you to join if you aren’t. It’s a daily virtual show and tell from quilters all around the globe who love learning and sharing more about the Studio 180 Design tools. The inspiration is beyond amazing, as well as it is a place to post questions. While the group is technically mine as the administrator, it’s moderated and overseen by multiple Studio 180 Design Certified Instructors (CIs) who share from their wealth of training and knowledge with the members. Occasionally the CIs will share their teaching schedule ~ we do encourage hands on learning!
Are you keeping up with this week’s Whistle Stop Tour? It’s a blog hop featuring Deb Tucker’s tools, techniques, and new signature fabric line from Island Batik called Steam Engine. Today is Day 3 so it’s not too late to participate as we make blocks for a beautiful sampler quilt called Union Station.
Find the complete schedule for Whistle Stop Tour here.
Here’s some of the Tucker Time with The Quilt Rambler member’s postings from earlier this week. As the week/month goes by there will be others posting their blocks ~ yep, show and tell at its best.
Now it’s time for me to hear the hum of the sewing machine! I’ve got some “secret sewing” to do as well as make a class sample for my upcoming fall workshop Christmas Everlasting Wall Quilt..Until next time…
This is Karen Overton, The Quilt Rambler
PS Don’t forget about our upcoming Quilting Cruise!