Teaching: Split Log Cabin Class - Round 2!

Last week I taught the my second Split Log Cabin class at New Pieces, my local quilt shop here in Berkeley. I had so much fun teaching this group how to make this quilt! Since this class was an evening class on a week-day, I was expecting some tired folks to show up, but these ladies had their rotary cutters out and ready to go.
Wow! These ladies sew fast!
Thanks to Gail for letting me use her photos - as I forgot to bring the memory card for my camera!

If you're in the SF Bay Area and interested in taking the class, you can sign up for the next session here.  I'll also be teaching a class based on my Basket Weave quilt, which will be held in June.  If you're interested, you can sign up for that here.


  1. This class looks incredible. I SO wish I had time to take it since I'm so close. I would be the one person with her head on the table by 7 though!

  2. you know what I'm interested in? Once you create all those jazzy, freeform seams, how do you get it all to lay down flat again??? i think i'd better sign up for a class! ;)