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Kimberly Einmo Workshop

Modular Quilting - September 12 - 14, 2013

Every Trick in the Book for Using Precuts!

Level: Skilled Beginner/Intermediate

Pre-cut fabric packs are the hottest trend in quiltmaking today and quilters everywhere just can't resist these delectable textile treats! But what do you do with them? This fast-paced, fun-filled, workshop is the perfect answer to turn all those enticing 2 1/2" strips, 10" squares and charm packs into a fabulous quilt. Let Kimberly introduce you to the exciting and wonderful world she calls "Modular Quilting, which is "a system of simple, pieced units used to create new blocks, settings or complex-looking designs."

Using squares, rectangles, triangles, diamonds and a myriad of basic 'building block' units, Kimberly will show you how to efficiently piece a wide range of blocks in various sizes. She'll teach you dozens of tips and tricks for using specialty rulers and traditional methods to their best advantage with no math, no wasted fabric, and best of all, no stress! Featuring fabulous techniques from her newest release, Precut Bonanza, Kimberly will share every trick in the book for precision piecing and lovely machine applique to create beautiful blocks and help you unlock your inner design diva. You'll love her ever-encouraging, upbeat, energetic (and humorous) teaching style, so plan to join her for a fun-filled retreat and create a stunning, unique sampler quilt and leave feeling like a precuts-pro!

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About Kimberly

Kimberly Einmo is an author, international quilting instructor and quilt judge. She has written four books, published by the American Quilter's Society including "Quilt A Travel Souvenir," "Jelly Roll Quilts & More," "Jelly Roll Quilt Magic" (all best-sellers) and her newest release, "Precuts Bonanza."

She has written many articles and designed original patterns which have appeared in publications including American Patchwork and Quilting Magazine, McCall's Quilting and Quick Quilts Magazines, American Quilter Magazine, Quilters' Home Magazine, Japanese Patchwork Tsushin Magazine, and Irish Quilting Magazine. Kimberly has also developed a signature line of innovative tools including the EZ Flying Geese Ruler, EZ Jelly Roll Ruler, EZ Hearts Cut Tool, and the EZ Pineapple Ruler, all manufactured and distributed by Simplicity.

Kimberly is host to the immensely popular online quilting course, "Magical Jelly Roll Quilts" featured on Craftsy.com and she has also appeared on television and radio programs such as America Quilts Creatively and Pat Sloan's American Quilting and Patchwork Radio Show. She has traveled the United States and the world extensively to lecture and teach and she represented the United States at the 2nd, 4th, and 6th Annual Prague Patchwork Meetings in 2008, 2010, and 2012; and has been invited to return to Prague in 2014. Kimberly has taught on many quilting cruises with Quilt Seminars at Sea, and she will return to the high seas in 2013 and 2014 for cruises to the Caribbean and Alaska.

Kimberly is a Pfaff Sewing Star and is also part of the prestigious group of Bernina Sewing Professionals of America. Most of all, Kimberly loves to meet quilters from around the world and share the joy and passion of patchwork with everyone!

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