Monday, December 12, 2016

Judy Niemeyer Technique of the Month with Kathi Carter Sweet

This Saturday, December 17th, Judy Niemeyer Certified Instructor Kathi Carter Sweet will be here to help you work on your Judy Niemeyer projects.  Whether you are working on Paradise in Bloom or one of the other technique of the month projects - Glacier Star or Mariner's Compass - Kathi can help your get your project finished!  She's made multiple quilts from each of those patterns, and has also had several of them win Best of Show and other competitive awards! 

Here is the "Hot" version of the quilt made by Kathi.

And here is the "Cool" version of the quilt.  Click here to order either of these kits.

Fractured Paintbox with Always Quilting exclusive Kaffe Fassett Strip Roll

Since Kathi has made most of the Judy Niemeyer quilts - many of them multiple times - she is happy to help you with any Judy quilt you are working on.  We just ask that you let us know when you register for the class which project you will be doing so she will be prepared to help you out.  Our last several sessions we've seen beautiful versions of Paradise in Bloom, Bali Wedding Star, Tea Leaf placemats, Fractured Paintbox, Fire Island Hosta, and more.  Won't you join us this Saturday for class?  To Register for this class, click here.  To purchase the Kaffe strip roll for Fractured Paintbox, click here. 

And here is a sneak peek.....this is Vintage Rose, which is the new Judy Niemeyer Technique of the Month starting in January!  We are taking pre-orders for patterns and kits; place your order here, and click here to register for the January Technique of the Month class!  We are also offering two destination retreats for this project next year - March 24-30 in Sonoma at Westerbeke Ranch, and September 21-27 at Judy Niemeyer's Retreat House in Kallispell Montana.  We have limited space but would love to have you join us!  Click here to register for Sonoma and click here to register for Montana.  We had so much fun at our 2016 destination retreat that we had to do it again - twice!

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