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Daisy Aschehoug
Saturdays, June 19 & 26, 2021

The Spinoff Quilt is perfect for quilters new to piecing with curves. The class includes the basics of sewing a precise quarter circle square, and we’ll talk about how to achieve an accurate circle for the center of the quilt design. The class will cover strategies for selecting fabric, tips and tricks for curved piecing, and alternate arrangements to create a different effects. Spinoff finishes at 45” square. Class fee includes pattern pdf for digital download.

DURATION: 2 DAYS / 2. 5hours per day

DATES: Saturdays June 19 and 26, 2021

TIME:  9:30am to Noon

Workshop Fee: $75

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My name is Daisy Aschehoug, and I currently live in Nesodden, Norway. I grew up among sewing machines and fabric, but it wasn't till I was in my thirties that I finally asked my mother to teach me to sew. Quilting offered an opportunity to combine my new love for sewing with all of the art classes that I'd taken throughout my life. I realized a passion for selecting fabrics to incorporate into traditional and modern quilt patterns.
I've been making quilts since 2010 and designing quilts for magazines since 2016. I'm most passionate about the art of

modern traditionalism and incorporating curved piecing into utility quilts. I'm a member of the Modern Quilt Guild and the Studio Art Quilt Associates. 

I have a masters in Environmental Studies from the University of Montana, and I spent several years in the United States helping federal and state governments work with communities to develop best practices for managing natural resources.  Now that I am fully immersed in designing, making, and teaching the art of quilting, I'm excited to explore how the resources I use in my craft can reflect socially and environmentally sustainable practices.

More about Daisy can be found here:

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