This Way and That


In this techniques class we will be exploring the Twice-cut Drunkard’s Path technique further. This time we’ll be using the new 14” Drunkard’s Path set in combination with the Complete and Oval set to create blocks with transparency and multiple curves in different directions (this way and that).

I will show you how to pick colours that enhance the transparency between the different curves. With the help of the two template sets, we cut and sew the arches, cut again and assemble into this new 14” block. The block looks great multiplied by four to create a 28” block for a cushion, mini quilt or bag panel or as the 56” or 84” quilt sizes included in your pattern.

We’ll be using the Oval Drunkard’s Path templates (not the Long Ovals) together with the Complete 14” DP set and the Complete 7″ DP set, either in paper form or my Acrylic templates.

The paper version of the templates used in class is included but, if you decide only the Acrylic templates will suffice, you’ll receive a 10% class discount* code upon booking the class. The Acrylic templates are highly recommended for ease and accuracy, especially if you are a stickler for precision.

Skill Level:

Suitable for confident beginners to advanced sewists. A basic quilting knowledge (how to use a rotary cutter and ruler and to sew using an accurate seam allowance e.t.c.) is assumed but no previous curved-piecing skills are needed.