Who Gives a Flying FQ About Accuracy?

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July 26
9pm EDT, 6pm PDT

Do you give a flying FQ about accuracy? While we love the freedom and creativity of improv-piecing, sometimes quilters require accurately pieced blocks for charity projects, guild block lottos, bees, planned projects of a required size and preserving carefully pieced points. Fabric is expensive and time is precious; in this webinar Krista will share tips for achieving accurate blocks throughout the process of cutting and piecing to pressing. She’ll cover readily available tools, notions and hacks to up your accuracy game while reducing the need for unsewing. If you share Krista's aversion to the seam-ripper, set yourself up for success the first time with a quick and easy scant ¼” seam test you can perform on any sewing machine with any presser foot. Stop stretching blocks to fit and say goodbye to puckers, sliced off points and “fudging it.” 

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Krista Hennebury has designed and made traditionally-informed modern quilts in her home studio near Vancouver, Canada since 2000. Passionate about sharing her love of quilting and growing community through stitching together, Krista began a popular day-retreat business over 12 years ago and is an active member of the Vancouver MQG and Lions Gate Quilter’s Guild. She teaches workshops and shares her trunk show locally, nationally and internationally for traditional and modern quilters alike.  Krista’s modern quilts have recently won awards at QuiltCon and the Canadian National Juried Show.  Publications include a compilation book of retreat-inspired projects called Make It, Take It  (Martingale, 2015), patterns in Quilt Moderne, Quilter’s Connection, Stitch, QuiltNow and Australian Homespun magazines and an MQG Quilt of the Month.  She offers her Poppyprint patterns for sale on Craftsy.  Read about Krista’s work and travels at poppyprintcreates.blogspot.com or follow along with Poppyprint on Instagram.