|Online learning, quilt style!|
I had never taken a class in this way before but it was just as good as being there in person —I could even pause and rewind if needed. Something that is necessary at my house when there's a four-year-old boy getting into mischief! Another great thing is that if you miss a class, it will be there later. I was able to watch week one and make the log cabin pillow cover, but it took me a couple of weeks to have the time to watch the tote bag class, which is another item on the to-sew list. Also offered are classes for making a very sweet baby quilt and a pretty little table runner.
Each class is about an hour long; you can also view the weekly chats that Susan hosted. It is just so cool to see someone you know in real life in this online setting. It was beyond fun to watch the preview of Susan in her home and at local spots like Modern Domestic and Cool Cottons and with cameos of PMQG members!
|Susan's tote bag pattern|
Here's the pillow I made from the first week's class, Block Making Basics and Sewing a Pillow. I used blue solids and some Joel Dewberry Heirloom fabric to make this sweet and comfy pillow for my bed—on my husband's request if you can believe it!
|Kelly's cute new pillow|
Thanks a bunch to Susan for sharing her class with us at the April meeting, and for giving away three Creative Bug 3-month memberships to PMQG members!