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Summer Quilting ecourses quilts to make

Summer Quilting ecourses is all about quilting this summer with a brand new range of mini quilting ecourses to learn at home or whilst on holiday. Machine and hand quilting ecourses are available.

New ecourses

The first Summer Quilting ecourses are now available on the website and include a rust dyed quilt with instructions for rust dyeing, complete quilt instructions and a fabulous Rust inspiration ebook. You can see the ecourse here

Machine Stitched Rust Dyed Quilt

The ecourse will teach you about design and quilting and get you thinking creatively. It has step by step photos and instructions.

You can also buy the Rust inspiration ebook here on its own. The book contains 500 photos plus inspirational examples of my work.

Rust ebook

New to ecourses? This is distance learning in your own home, at your pace in your time, whenever you want. You get 24/7 access and get to keep the instructions and ebook for your own personal use. If you need to clarify anything, I am on hand to ask. Longer ecourses have a special group to share makes etc.

More new ecourses with ebooks will follow, such as create a tree bark picture with the embellisher machine and hand stitch, which includes the Bark ebook.

Coming Soon

I am very excited about my current work. I am, as usual, working on many projects at once. More good things to come include:

New Use Leftover Fabrics Creatively ecourse with projects large and small. You’ll be able to make gorgeous quilts like this one with scraps.

Summer quilting ecourses
Summer quilting ecourses

Make Your Patchwork Jacket ecourse

New Hand Knitting Patterns on Ravelry for single patterns or on the website for pattern books

knitting patterns on Ravelry

New affordable BOM quilt pattern, sign up ready shortly for September start

New Yorkshire travel inspiration ebook. Be inspired by England’s biggest county and the land I call home.

Have a great week everyone, happy creativity. Check back next week to see my progress and keep up with what’s going on.

Words, work and images copyright Karen Platt 2020