There are lots of opportunities to learn. 

Since the spring of 2020 a new learning model has opened up for us quilters.   Zoom and other on-line learning has been fantastic for all quilters to learn and develop their skills.

As a Handi Quilter National Educator, I have been doing a lot of virtual teaching and training for individuals and stores through out the US and Canada.  More learning opportunities are on the way.  When I book a virtual class, I'll post it on the LEARN-SCHEDULED CLASSES page. I also usually notify subscribers in my regular newsletters.

I also teach in my home studio for those who want to try their hand at longarm quilting or want to improve their skills.  As time goes by, I'll add to the following list of classes.  In studio classes are scheduled on regular basis and can be offered to just one or two students.


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Managing Quilts on a Frame

Learn some great tricks and tips for preparing your quilt for the longarm and how to manage that quilt as you work on it. We'll focus on starting with a square quilt and ending with a square quilt. This class is design for all levels of quilts. We can always learn more, right?


Introduction to Longarm Quilting

This is the perfect class for you if you want to learn how to use a longarm quilting machine. It's a modified version of my Longarm Certification course. In this class, we'll focus on using the machine for rentals. I'll walk you through loading the quilt, setting up the machine (thread, needles, tension, etc) and some basic quilting skills so you have confidence for your rental.