Let's Make a Modern/Traditional Sampler Quilt FILMORE

Sampler Block Quilt Class that's both Modern and Traditional

Quilt Sampler with Modern and Traditional Block

Get ready to time-travel to 1974 with our groovy quilt class – introducing "Filmore"! Quilt like you're in the era of bell bottoms and lava lamps as we embark on a quilting journey that George Glass himself would be impressed with. 🌼🧵

Join us for the Filmore beginner class, where we'll guide you through all the tips and techniques you need to kickstart your quilting adventure. It's a blast from the past with a quilting twist – perfect for beginners eager to channel their inner Brady creativity.

Once you've mastered the basics, the fun really begins! Choose from three funky layouts to complete your quilt, or why not go all out and create a quilt for each layout? It's the kind of creative freedom that would make even Marcia jealous. Let's quilt, laugh, and embrace the Filmore magic together!

So, dust off your retro fabric stash, gather your sewing supplies, and join us for a Filmore class that's not just about quilting; it's a nostalgic trip to the days when avocado green was the height of home decor fashion. Let's make quilts that scream '70s fabulous!

Course Pricing


$40 USD

  • A modern sampler quilt, designed in pairs of blocks, one traditional and one modern improv pieced. There are three quilt layouts.

    • You will learn tips on cutting fabric for each block.
    • You will learn details on how to sew each block together.
    • You will learn how to press blocks for the best results.
    • You will also learn 3 different layouts for the blocks to create the quilt.
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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.