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Quiltinjeanie Designs Classes

Beads, Buttons and Baubles
Do you love fabric?
How about a lot of fabrics?
Then look no farther, this playful project is for you.
Do some stash- busting, or use this as a reason to go shopping…
Either way you’ll end up with a charming, colorful quilt!
72" x 84"





Miss Tess Quilt
Featured in McCalls America Loves Scrap Quilts, 
winter 2014 issue
Do you have fat quarters you’ve been collecting?
Leftovers from other projects just begging to be used?
Mix and match them for this scrappy tessellation quilt.
Queen 88” x 108”




Scattered Thoughts
Easy, asymmetrical design…
On point setting…
My newest design will float over your bed…
For sweet dreams forever!
This twin size quilt is easy enough for a beginner, but
fun for the accomplished quilter as well.
Instructions included to make this quilt queen size by adding borders.
Twin 68” x 85”









Turning Cartwheels
Are you ready for a new challenge?
I was when I designed this quilt for the Henry Glass Desire to Inspire challenge.
Choose your favorite fabrics and make your own version of this playful quilt!


This pattern also includes the directions to make the pieced backing.
Throw size 58” x 58”





Ruby Shadow
Featured in McCalls Quick Quilts, August/September 2015 issue
I designed this quilt for the Year of Red and White Quilt Challenge event on QuiltShopGal’s (formerly SewCAlGal) blog. I don’t feel like I use red as much as other colors and thought it would be fun to participate. My quilt won viewer’s choice in the You designed it/You made it category.
Choose 4 shades of one color, or multiple colors for this modern, eye-catching quilt.
Whether you use red or any color of the rainbow, it is bound to be gorgeous!
Twin size 68” x 85”


Against the Tide
I originally taught this class as a mystery quilt  in several segments. 
The interesting design shows blocks falling and turning within a cascade. Choose 3 fabrics in three shades of a colorway to show off your cascade!
Twin, 72” x 90”




 



Starflower Cascade
Featured as Fade to Pink in McCalls Quick Quilts, Aug./Sept. 2014 issue
The flow of color from row to row…
The stars you make as you sew…
It all adds up to this modern beauty!
Make this quilt in any colorway!
Throw 55” x 64”




Tangled in the Kite Strings
Scraps, anyone?
Leftover strips, pieces, yardage…
One project’s leftovers are another quilt’s fabrics!
String piecing is back and more fun than ever!
Reuse those leftovers and rejected fabrics, bring extra to share!
After this project, you will probably be dangerously low on fabric…
You might just have to go out and buy more!!!

              Throw 52” x 61” or Twin 64” x 82”




Snake Dance
Featured as Twist and Shout in McCalls Quick Quilts, April/May, 2014 issue
Sew this modern quilt with a special twist…
Pick out 3 sets of colors that play off each other...
An eye-catching quilt with a 3 - D effect…
Amaze all your friends with your talent!
Throw 60” x 60” or Twin  70” x 88”





Which Way is Up? Quilt
Flying here…
Flying there…
Those geese are everywhere!
Make this whimsical twin size quilt using a fast, no waste method of sewing flying geese.
Perfect for some of those fat quarters you've been collecting. 
Two versions of the same beautiful quilt!





Modern Cathedral Window Pillow
Do you love quilts like grandma used to make?
Learn how to make this traditional quilt block…
The modern, machine pieced way!
Any fabric works for these windows.
We will be making an 18” pillow in class, 
but you can use these skills to make any size quilt you would like.
I will also demonstrate the traditional method of 
making Cathedral Window blocks during class.
18” pillow

Peas in a Pod
Featured in McCalls Quick Quilts, April/May 2013 issue
All lined up…
Cute as can be…
Colorful and fresh!
Great for a baby quilt or throw.
Make this beautiful quilt using rotary cutting and strip piecing techniques.
Perfect for beginners as well as fun for experienced quilters.
Throw 59” x 59”


Circle and Spin
Circle and Spin Quilt/Circle and Spin to the Moon
Do you love to quilt, but are tired of the same old blocks?
Loosen up a little…
Cut some curves….
Something a little more modern!
If you thought you couldn‘t sew curves…
I will prove you wrong!
The pattern includes both quilts so either can be made during class.
Queen 86” x 98”

Circle and Spin to the Moon: the Circle and Spin with the added pizzazz of smaller blocks.  
Serenity
Meet the newest design in the Circle and Spin series.
Same easy technique, and circular beauty.
Modern, striking and fun to make!
Queen size, could easily be made bigger.

Serenity