Margie is always a bright smiling face at The Noble Quilter. She loves to learn how to use new products and that includes tools. She has created a table topper pattern called Margie’s Table Topper using the Studio 180′s Rapid Fire LeMoyne Star ruler by Deb Tucker.
The fall Table Topper is available as a kit at The Noble Quilter and, of course, there is a pattern to go with it.
Once Margie became an expert at the Rapid Fire LeMoyne Star tool, she and Angie became very creative and designed an original pattern using several different tools including the LeMoyne Star tool.
I personally saw the level of work that went into creating this original BOM. The detail given to writing the instructions and the level of accuracy given to each block. How fun and exciting to complete this beauty over the course of 12 months. It starts this Thursday, October 10, so get right on it and sign up. It will go from 10 AM until Noon. Another great perk is that you may bring your sewing machine and stay and sew while the instruction is fresh in your mind. The kit that will be offered is in Kansas Troubles but you are certainly free to choose whatever colors and type of fabric suits you. If you cannot participate this week, no worries, sign up to join in the creative fun for next month.
Margie is also teaching Creative Borders and Binding Class on Sunday, October 27 from Noon to 3PM.
This is such a fun idea created by Margie. You will be able to complete any quilt and make it your very own design.
There is a lot going on in October at The Noble Quilter. Remember the Pre-Christmas Open House on Saturday, October 26, from 10 AM until 2 PM. There will be several staff and local designers demonstrating gift ideas. It is always fun to gather around friends, food and ideas that you can take home with you.
There is also an opportunity to join Terri Atkinson on Monday, October 28th from 10 AM until 3 PM for a new pattern test sew. This costs $5.00 and focuses on machine quilting. Contact the shop to sign up.
Thought for Today: Learning is a process that should never end. So go for it – no matter what is challenging your skills.
As Always Here to Serve Your Creative Sewing Needs,
Jan & Angie