Skill Level: Confident Beginner
Discover how to create gorgeous and realistic landscape quilts from photographs with award-winning quilter and fabric artist Lenore Crawford! It's as easy as cut, fuse, paint and quilt!
To see a complete materials list for all class projects, download this Class Materials PDF. For your added convenience, you can purchase many of the same supplies used or recommended by the class instructor directly from Annie's. Most supplies are available in a variety of colors and sizes.
Customer Reviews for Learn to Make a Landscape Quilt:
July 17, 2019
Excellent class with very clear instructions and photos. There is a ton of information and wonderful instruction in a short time. I appreciated that each step was shown with a great deal of detail.
March 9, 2019
This is very well done. I appreciated the print out to outline steps to go with video as you watch. The instructor does a very nice job breaking it down. I will look for other classes with her in the future.
September 5, 2018
Very good instructions. Looking forward to making more landscape quilts. Learned some good tips. Thanks Lenore.
August 17, 2018
I feel I got my money's worth for this class. Lenore's instruction was quite clear. While I have no plans to make a quilt of the Tuscan Countryside, I feel I can take the techniques described and apply them to my own project, especially because I can go back and watch portions of the class again. I hope I will be able to translate assigning the fabrics to the areas of my project -- I think that will be the most difficult part for me. I especially appreciated that she didn't just fast forward over the repetitive portions of the project. She did enough of the project in real time to show that cutting and adhering the many pieces takes time and patience.
July 21, 2018
Five star instructions. I love the idea of using an xacto knife. Also, I've been using Steam a Seam II Lite, but will have to try the misty fuse as sometimes too many layers causes bulk and is hard to sew thru. I see that Lenora layers very little with her cutting using the pattern. Great ideas and tips using her techniques. I usually am more of a free style landscaper, but can apply Lenore's technique for finer, smaller detailed elements.