Magma Quilt with Dawn Cameron-Dick
Classes with Dawn Cameron-Dick • Educational, G, 29-Jan-2021
In this workshop, Dawn shows you how to make this stunning quilt. She also gives an excellent lecture on color value, tips on pressing and use of the 45-degree our ruler, and her love of spray starch! So, as always, a great value workshop from her.
Note: The new spray starch on the block is a Best Press product. It should be available from your local quilt shop. It comes in various flavors and doesn’t leave a nasty flaky residue. You can also find stock here.
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More about Dawn Cameron-Dick
Dawn’s latest book, ‘The Pocket Tutor’, contains so much information on various subjects: needles, threads, wadding, sewing machines, that it is an invaluable tool and reference book.
Do check out the other excellent videos on the site by Dawn in the Techniques section: Invisible Machine Applique and Learn About Threads and Needles. to name but two!
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