If you want to learn to quilt, this class is for you! You'll learn how to choose fabrics and supplies, cut and piece fabrics, how to add the binding and more. Find out more in the Class Description below.
Nancy McNally is passionate about every aspect of quilting -- designing, piecing, quilting and binding. For nearly 20 years, Nancy has been fascinated with the idea of taking whole pieces of fabric, cutting them up and then sewing them back together into a beautiful quilt. As she says, "I simply cannot imagine life without quilting!"
Nancy was not introduced to quilting by a family member like many quilters. Instead, she caught the bug one afternoon at a play date as she witnessed several other mothers pull out their quilts for a show-and-tell at the local park. She was hooked! Nancy was adopted, and after learning about her biological family, she discovered that her great-grandmother had been a quilter. Nancy now knows that quilting is in her blood! Throughout the years, Nancy has explored deep into the world of quilting and gives thanks to her husband, family, friends and shop owner and Quilter's World editor, Carolyn Vagts. She greatly appreciates their support and coaching to further her love of quilting. She could not have done it without them! Nancy's work has been published in various publications and magazines, including Annie's Quilter's World magazine.
This class is very helpful and informative. I picked up on some pointers that I hadn't heard of before now. Nancy was very thorough and made it all look so easy. I am looking forward to making the Bric and Stones wall hanging for a starter.
Was very pleased with this presentation. It was very easy to follow along. I am currently in the middle of my first quilt and like the idea that I am able to refer back to this training if I get stuck. Nancy was a pleasure to learn from as she made it easy for even this beginner to understand each step. Nancy, have another chocolate for excellence!
Awesome video very very informative Nancy you did a great job of keeping things to where beginner doesn't get lost. I had taken a beginners quilting class about a year ago and Nancy gave some different techniques that I thought was easier.