Have you ever wanted to try quilting in an improvisational style? This is a great class that
will explore using improve techniques in quilting. Looking at your fabric motifs, block shapes, and even using
surprising thread colors can all be used to quilt in unexpected ways. We’ll stretch your design choices and give
you great ideas for completing your next quilting project.
• Drawing simple designs and transferring to your quilt
• Using straight lines to create drama
• Add unexpected designs to create a more modern feel
• Use marked grids as a design foundation
• Draw inspiration from fabric prints
Amy Domke was a fine arts major in college. When assigned a project using an ?unconventional? medium, she made a quilt with the help of her neighbor. Thirty years later, Amy is still quilting. She loves exploring new styles andtrying new techniques. After many years of renting time on a longarm at a local shop, she purchased her own machine. She now quilts professionallyon an HQ Infinity? with Pro-Stitcher?.Amy teaches quilting classes at her local shop, ranging from ruler classes to longarm classes. She also travels to give one-on-one instruction to new machine owners. From her studio, she also accepts quilt commissions andis in the process of releasing patterns for her original designs. She is a member of the Handi Quilter Inspiration Squad and has been featured in someHandi Quilter ads.Amy lives in Oregon with her husband, Chip, and their three dogs. She is an avid tennis player and loves to hike the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Her work can be seen at www.sewfabamy.com.