This course qualifies for 1 credit
By Shanna Rendon
Fractured Landscape - Whispering Pines
Begin with a fabric panel or running yardage and add some contrasting colors to create a pretty-as-a-picture scene. The Westalee Design Coral Fern Template is used in four new continuous line quilting designs to make a 40” x 45” lap quilt or wall hanging. This project goes together quickly!
This type of quilting fabric can be called a “panel” or “running yardage”. Usually the distinction between the two is clearly identified by disclaimers of “Repeat 24 inches” or “This is running yardage and not a panel.” or wording quite similar.
"I love the colors in this fabric in addition to the watercolor style mountain scene. It was released October 2020. I made this from a photo on the Northcott Website and will provide my cutting and construction information." Enjoy! ~ Shanna
Shanna Rendon, Sew Steady Promoted Instructor
Shanna has been sewing most of her life, first learning quilting from her grandmother and friends at quilting bees, and then sewing from her mother, her grandmother, school and 4H. Her skills advanced until she could do tailoring and teach Stretch and Sew classes. Then she learned to do machine embroidery, to digitize designs, and to piece quilts correctly. Her quilting method of choice was quilting in the hoop with her embroidery machine, but when the Westalee quilting rulers appeared at her local quilting store, she was enthralled.
She started teaching ruler quilting classes in 2016 at the quilting store followed by Leonie’s Quilt As You Go series multiple times and most of the project classes available from Sew Steady, Continuum, Janet Collins’ patterns, and a few of her own. She taught a three-day event which included a trunk show, beginning ruler class, and ruler template folder project. She has spoken to quilting guilds and taught at a guild rendezvous.
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