Some LNT members met with fiber artist, Pat Sturtzel, at All Peoples’ Unitarian Church to hear details about her latest exhibit. Most of the works in this display have been […]
The first Thursday evening in August is our traditional birthday party. This year we celebrated our birthday with a picnic at Veterans’ Park in Jeffersontown. The birthday was well-attended, and […]
In our Cuddle Care class, CJ showed us how to make both bowtie and snowball blocks and how they can both be used in making quilt tops. Thanks, CJ!
Thanks to Kim for the great slide show and discussion about the pros and cons of machine and hand binding and how to successfully sew mitered corners.
Thanks to Sandy D. for teaching us how to make this seton crazy patch placemats. Her excellent instructions allowed members to finish a set of four in record time. SHOW […]
Our guests were Susan Hofercamp, Superintendent of Textiles for the Kentucky State Fair, and Pam Shartzer, Assistant Superintendent. They shared some of the changes that have been made after the […]
Julie and Kay showed us how to make this very quick and versatile pattern, requiring only two pieces of fabric and four seams. It was so easy, we can make […]
Thanks to Barbara R. for teaching this useful little stand for a book, phone, or tablet. It was a quick and easy project, leaving the members a desire to make […]
Thanks to Mary C. for teaching this block. All the blocks in this quilt top are the same; it’s how they are turned that gives that Topsy Turvy appearance. Turning […]
Thanks to Kim Wright for sharing her media presentation with tips for faster, more accurate cutting; better piecing; adding borders; best practices for backing; and prepping for long arm quilting. […]