Step by step, block by block recreate The 1876 Centennial Quilt. Sharpen your patchwork skills in this comprehensive quilt making course.
Once in a lifetime a quilt like this comes along.
Step by step, block by block you will recreate The 1876 Centennial Quilt. You determine the colors and style - Reproduction to Modern - it's up to you. Hone your piecing skills as you learn different techniques, tips, and tricks while working your way through 81 individual blocks and borders. The end result is well worth the effort. No matter your skill set at the beginning of this project, at the end you will be a more confident and skillful quilt maker - guaranteed!
If you are an intermediate to advanced quilt maker, or a dedicated beginner, who is looking for a truly special quilt project, this is for you.
The 1876 Centennial Quilt is a comprehensive quilt-making course.
What’s included in the course?
➸ 450+ pages of extensive cutting and sewing instructions, patterns, templates and more. ➸ Written and video tutorials introduce a variety of sewing and cutting techniques, building skills along the way. ➸Live coaching calls.
➸Interactive 76'er Community; a place to share your project, post photos, ask questions and receive encouragement from fellow ‘76ers.
➸Each month, for 15 months, you will receive between 5 and 8 block patterns / border and setting instructions. ➸The quilt is approximately 90" x 90". ➸You choose: Digital version with Print at Home Kit or Printed Version, all materials mailed to your door. ➸ International Shipping: Additional shipping charges will apply for all International orders on a country by country basis.Contact Anne for specific information.
What to expect:
Beginning September 20th, 2022, each month for 15 months, you will receive 5-8 patterns, templates and extensive instructions. Monthly video tutorial links will be emailed on the 20th of each month and approximately two weeks later you will receive an invitation to a live video coaching call. Month #1 begins with 62 pages of information. Subsequent months, 14 in all, begin arriving on the 20th of the following month. I look forward to taking this amazing quilt-making journey with you. Please contact me, Anne Dawson with your questions.
Anne Dawson has been an avid quilter for over 45 years. Her introduction to quilting came as a result of a high school history project. Anne chose to make a quilt to accompany her paper, “Quilting in Early America”. She has learned a lot since then! From an early age, Anne dreamed that someday she’d live in the country and have a quilting studio. In 1999 after many years working in fabric shops, restoring antique quits, making quilts, and teaching quilt-making, she opened The Quilter’s Studio in her small, rural community of Lopez Island, Washington. For the past twenty-two years, she has gone to her studio most every day to, as she says, “Do something with fabric.”
The Quilter’s Studio has grown to include classes, personalized instruction, creative support for the quilting community, and a “small but mighty” selection of fabric and supplies, and most recently, quilt pattern development and writing for The 1876 Centennial Quilt Project.
Anne truly enjoys supporting her students in realizing their own version of any given quilt design.