Waves of Color Quilt Class

This is the quilt that started it! With some encouragement, I decided to open a class to teach the technique I used to make this quilt.

This was one of those ideas that popped into my head about 2 years ago and I had to try to make it. I wanted an easy way to make wavy blocks while doing a group challenge to remake the classic Ocean Waves block pattern. I call it the “no curves to sew” technique. I found it quick and easy to do. Hoping to use a major part of my stash of blue fabrics, I didn’t get close! Why does the scrap bin seem bottomless?

Waves of color quilt top

This past summer, I showed the finished quilt to the small group I quilt with and they encouraged me to offer it as a class. It’s taken me some time to get the Class put together and open the registration; but YEAH! I opened the class!

The class is online and on demand. Learn when the time is available to you. I decided a table runner was a nice size project to make as people learn to cut organic waves. It wouldn’t be too time-consuming.

Below are some illustrations showing how versatile the technique is. I invite you to take a look at the class offering HERE on my website. Leave a comment, or let me know what scrap color overflows in your bin.



Nancy Myers
Nancy Myers
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