ICED In Class W/ Linda Pearl Spetmeber 8th @10 am

Dragonfly's Quilt Shop ICED In Class W/ Linda Pearl Spetmeber 8th @10 am Saturday, September 8th from 10-6 pm for "Iced In" by local pattern designer Eva Paige Quilt Designs Class fee is $60 plus pattern. Quilt comes in 2 sizes. Great Scrappy Quilt! 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
$60.00

ICED In Class W/ Linda Pearl Spetmeber 8th @10 am

$60.00
ICED In Class W/ Linda Pearl Spetmeber 8th @10 am
ICED In Class W/ Linda Pearl Spetmeber 8th @10 am

ICED In Class W/ Linda Pearl Spetmeber 8th @10 am

$60.00
Model Number: ICEDINCLSLP
Saturday, September 8th from 10-6 pm for "Iced In" by local pattern designer Eva Paige Quilt Designs
Class fee is $60 plus pattern. Quilt comes in 2 sizes. Great Scrappy Quilt!

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You know her from The Patchwork Pearl and One Quilting Circle and love her for her awesome demos with us during Humble Beginnings Adventure… we welcome Linda Stewart Pearl for a class this fall, Saturday, September 8th from 10-6 pm for “Iced In” by local pattern designer Eva Paige Quilt Designs
Class fee is $60 plus pattern. 
$10.00 for pattern will be automatically added to the shopping cart

Iced In is a scrap- or yardage-friendly quilt in two sizes, 52″ square or 76″ square. The diagonal blocks can be set in almost infinite ways to create secondary patterns galore! Once you master the block, you just might come up with your own layouts, though two are given in the pattern. From simple cutting of squares and triangles, the blocks go together easily, assisted by the numerous full color diagrams. If you can sew a four patch and a half square triangle, you are golden. I’m a sucker for the drama of black and white with a color family, but this quilt begs for you to use your imagination in fabric choices. Try some focus fabrics in the star centers! Flip the darks and lights! Chunk up the four patches with another color family rather than white! So many options ensure you’ll want to use this pattern more than once.”

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Photo credit: Eva Paige Quilt Designs.

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