Making its way on the online sewing class countdown list is the Argyle Christmas quilt. This easy to make quilt is perfect for anytime of the year.
Simply switch out the colors and you are all set.
The classic quilt design features s few fundamental quilting techniques. In class, you’ll learn how to:
- Sew mitered seams.
- Harness the power of strip piecing.
- Create and assemble argyle blocks.
- Piece the blocks together to finish the quilt.
- Complete the Argyle Christmas Quilt.
Let’s take a sneak peek inside the classroom.
The best part is that you can win a seat in class! That’s right, I’ve teamed up with my friends at Annie’s Creative Studio and we are giving away 10 classes to lucky members of The Sewing Loft audience.
Entering is easy, and open to residents all over the world. Just follow the instructions below. Then when you’re done be sure to check out and enter for our other giveaways here.a Rafflecopter giveaway
Remember, there will be 10 lucky winners joining me in the class of their choice so, be sure to check back and enter each day. You can also see my full line up of online sewing classes with Annie’s Creative Studio here.
Comments & Reviews
Sandy Allen says
Love Gooey butter cookies. They are so easy to make, too!
I love Peffernusse cookies!
Donna W says
I don’t have any special cookie recipes to share. But, looking forward to what others have to share.
Kathleen McCormick says
Pecan Balls and No Bake Fudge cookies are my favorite (and on my blog)
Liz Horgan says
I love a good ginger snap!! Yum!
Patti McConnell says
Lemon Crinkle Cookies are one of my favorite cookies. I love anything chocolate but once in a while you just need something a bit brighter and tart!
Can you go wrong with sugar cookies or peanut butter with a chocolate kiss in the center?
Danette Stankovich says
Sugar cookies – the soft kind with icing – are the ultimate. My friend gave me the recipe and they are delicious!