A Couple of Chaotic Quilts to be done in a workshop.  Above are two Chaotic Hearts, one with kids prints and one with florals.  And to the right is the Tumbling Chaos.  These are great projects to use some leftover bits.  Also learn the Easy and Efficient way to make Mitered borders.


I really do not a "lecture" per se.....it's more of a 'conversation' or a 'chat'!!  And my workshops are more like PlayDates!!  Yes, there are themes and projects , they just have to be FUN

          ​Because FUN is the most important thing to HAVE

The Chaotic Quilter

What's Become of the Broken Hearted This is a nice class that builds confidence with free motion quilting, simple machine applique, takes the FEAR out of gentle curves and quilt as you go!!  You will also learn an easy method to making the two colored binding, that can add such a nice touch to your quilt.

Once Upon A Nine Patch

This is often one of the very first things a new quilter is taught.  Once you have learned how to cut and sew accurately, all your blocks will come together much easier.  This lecture demonstrates how to elevate this basic foundation block to be something truly magical-  whether used alone or alongside many other blocks.

​We will be making this disappearing nine patch quilt which will include learning how to miter your borders for a great finish to many of your quilts.

During the workshop I will share several different methods to construct this basic block, and ways to use them if they have been sitting in your UFO project pile.   I will be available to help you figure out what to do with them one on one.  

CHAOS!!

  When I say "chaos" I mean 

                                                  Colorful

                                                  Happy

                                          Active

                                          Outside the box

                                          Smile! Share!

This is a program that everyone loves.  It is fun, interactive and features a LOT of my CHAOS Quilts.  I have had several quilters tell me it actually inspired them to go out and buy more fabric, just so they could cut it into strips and squares!!