Eat Dessert First

Sweet and Scrappy

Course Summary

Indulge your sweet tooth with our "Eat Dessert First" Quilt Class – the guilt-free way to dive into your fabric stash and create a delectable, scrappy quilt that's as exciting as your favorite dessert spread! 🍰🍭

In this class, we're throwing the traditional quilting rulebook out the window and embracing the chaos of your fabric stash. It's time to let your creativity run wild as you pull fabrics from your collection, mixing and matching with the carefree spirit of a dessert buffet.

Picture this: a quilt that looks like it just stepped out of a candy shop, bursting with colors and textures that make your heart skip a beat. We're not just quilting; we're curating a scrumptious symphony of patterns and hues, turning your fabric stash into a feast for the eyes.

But here's the twist – you get to "Eat Dessert First"! Say goodbye to the idea of saving the best for last. Dive headfirst into your most tempting fabrics, and let the joy of color coordination guide you. This class is all about embracing the unexpected, finding harmony in scrappiness, and savoring the delightful surprise of each quilt block.

No need to stress about precision – imperfections are welcome here. We're celebrating the unique charm of a scrappy quilt that tells a story with every stitch. So, whether you're a seasoned quilter with a bursting fabric stash or a beginner eager to start your collection, join us for a class that's as sweet as it is colorful.

Let's create a quilt that looks good enough to eat – because in this class, we believe in starting with dessert! πŸŽ‰πŸ¬

Course Pricing

Eat Dessert First

$39.95 USD

  • A beginner-friendly two block quilt for new quilters.

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Course Curriculum

Lynn Rinehart

Fiber artist, certified quilt appraiser, quilt designer, fabric lover, fabric collector and lover of quilts. That’s really just a long way of saying that she is a quilter! Lynn is active in several guilds and quilt groups. She designs her own quilts and continues to quilt outside of the box, bringing in her natural curiosity about color and how it affects quilt designs.

She is blessed with a wonderful husband, two Saluki hounds children named Phoebe and Phineas, and a longarm named Clementine. To learn more about Lynn’s quilt appraisals, visit her Cotton Art Studio website, or follow her on social media @CottonArtStudio.