Assembling Quilt As You Go (Free-Motion Mastery) (August 18) RM18A
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Quilt As You Go is such a great way to make a quilt because you can quilt small, manageable sections and assemble them after. You avoid the need for a large frame and you don't have to struggle with a bulky quilt. In this class you'll learn how to assemble pre-quilted blocks, whether they are part of a Free-Motion Mastery quilt or another quilt of your own. Bring your pre-quilted blocks to class and let's put them together!
This is the last session of our currently-running Free-Motion Mastery in a Month Club series hosted by Cupcake Quilts. Want to jump in on other sessions? Click on these links. Missed these? Scroll to the bottom of this page to get on our mailing list and receive our weekly schedule.
July 14: Use Teardrops, S-Curves & Spirals to Build Feathers! Feathers are easy when you break them down into their basic shapes. Learn three different styles and five methods for quilting feathers - you'll surprise yourself! (Comfortable free-motion skills or previous Free-Motion Mastery class required.)
July 28: What Do I Quilt Where? Learn how to create a quilting design for any quilt. If you're working on a FMM30 quilt we will apply it to designing and quilting your borders. Open to anyone, even if you haven't done a Free-Motion Mastery class.
Materials list and class handouts will be sent by email 1-2 days after you register.
Purchase your class enrollment on this site, then purchase other optional items using the links below.
Free-Motion Mastery in a Month Deluxe Kit with DVD
Free-Motion Mastery in a Month Deluxe Kit with Streaming Video Class
Free-Motion Mastery in a Month Express Kit
Master Trainer Standard Size
Master Trainer Longarm Size
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a copy of Free-Motion Mastery in a Month for the class?
How do the live interactive classes work?
The class is taught on an online learning platform -- Zoom -- that allows you to see and interact with the teacher and the other class participants. At the scheduled time, the teacher and students will log in together -- everyone can see everyone else, so you can share work, ask questions, etc. You can view the class on a computer, tablet or phone (you may need to download the app). You will receive login instructions including links and passwords by email and text on the morning of the class. Please "arrive" online during the 30 minutes prior to class so you have time to get set up and learn to use the video conferencing tools.
How do I set up Zoom?
If you watch the class on a computer, you will receive instructions for downloading Zoom at the time you log into the class. If you watch the class on a mobile phone, go to Google Play or the App Store to download and install Zoom Cloud Meetings.
If you need help, you might want to ask a friend, a relative (grandkids are really good at this stuff!), or go to a computer store or library. The teacher will be online 30-60 minutes before class begins to help get set up for the class. Once you've done this the first time, it's easy after!
Can I get access to the class after the live session?
The class is recorded and posted online afterward in a private Facebook group, so you can go back and watch the class again if you want to review it or if you missed it.
Can I get help after class?
After class you will have access to a private Facebook group for people who took the same class. The recording of the class is posted there and you and other students can share your work. The teacher checks in from time to time to answer questions.
How long will I have access to the class?
The class ends at the end of the live video conference, but the recording of the class will remain available in the Facebook Group for at least 30 days.
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