Once upon a time, my guild was hosting Daisy @warmfolk for a class at our LQS. Since an in-person class was no longer an option, we turned the class virtual!
There were about 23 quilters in the class, each tucked away in our own sewing spaces.
Daisy is an awesome teacher. She walked us through the steps of creating these fun blocks
I am thinking I'll make 9 blocks in total (although not sure my gold/gray block fits with the other 2).
The blocks were a lot of fun to create and even thought they are improv, I am still amazed how different each one looks!
I broke out my oldest and yuckiest cutting mat to cut the curves on so I didn't mess up my new mat.
There were lots of advantages to a virtual quilt class. For starters, you didn't need to carry your heavy machine into a classroom nor did you have to carry extra fabric in case you hadn't made a decision what you wanted to use. There was plenty of opportunity for chatter as we worked too. The biggest disadvantage was that it was harder for Daisy to walk around and check on everyone's progress.
Everyone seemed to make at least 2 blocks by the time we were done.
Have you tried a virtual quilt class yet?
Have a wonderful day! Patty