Sunday, June 14, 2020

Great day of Rulerwork Basics

  • My Rulerwork workshops are popular. From the basics to more advance techniques can be learnt during these workshops.
We were on the basic techniques today. Sometimes getting started is there hardest part when starting something new. We all have done it, seen something and dive in head first. Then we get stuck when we try it at home. When I do these workshops I always have a beginner or two in these workshops. Today we focused on the basics of getting started.
Straight lines is always our starting point, followed by circles and rotating templates.

As you can see the ladies have done a fantastic job.  They learnt lots of little tips during the day.  I got a little bit done after class on a project that will be featured in an upcoming rulerwork workshop. It is one thing to practice on quilt sandwiches, but we all love making a project we can take home completed or nearly completed.

One of the great resources we discussed today was the Sew Steady  University, where you can purchase classes and expand your knowledge. I
recommend watching them first and then starting the project. 

The best thing is if you get stuck you can rewatch them. They have some that are free, along with the ones you have to pay for.

I stock the Sew Steady and Westalee Design  products, so if you need something for a workshop please contact me and I am happy to help.
 If I don't have it in stock, I can order it in for you. 

Here is the link to the Sew Steady University.  Pop over and check out what is on offer. Please note if you purchase anything through this link, it will help me expand my knowledge too. That way I can continue help you along your rulerwork journey.

I  have regular rulerwork workshops, so check out the workshop schedule for the next workshops. I only have 4-5 students per workshop. They fill fast, July's workshop is full already.
Until Next Time
Keep Stitching

1 comment:

Marjorie said...

One more thing on my want to do list