Déjà vu and the Unbiased Quilt Block

August 21, 2016

It's Sunday morning. I'm at my desk, never with a cup of coffee, absorbed in an Electric Quilt project when an email from Electric Quilt arrives. What a coincidence, I must grab a screenshot:

The message is: What's new and trending at DoYouEQ.com? Whoa! I see my name, I see my block, it's Déjà vu all over again!!

It's a complete surprise to me. EQ's message includes a Lesson with links to my video and free pattern  EQ uses the Unbiased block to demonstrate a rotation lesson. You must check out their post. It's a goldmine.
I've got a boxful of leftover Unbiased Blocks. Recently my friend Karen took a stack off my hands and put this top together. With sashing! With a Mitered border! No wonder she's smiling ...
but a few minutes earlier she was surprised as were we all at the City Quilter...
It was a close call
Hmmm. Coffee.
Make it Simpler,

Quick Techniques for Classic Blocks: Wrenches, Stars and Twists

March 2016
I give in. I'll use the word. AWESOME
I love to choose fabrics. I love to sew. And I get a kick from making it simpler. So...
I recorded a class for Craftsy which demonstrates my new methods. You can't tell what I do by looking at my work but if you watch the preview you'll see awesomeness. For starters, I did not sew triangles to the corners of the blocks below nor did I sew any Geese units for the stars above.. Have a PEEK. Enroll. Sew and skip all the steps that I skip.

Make it Simpler,