Kimberly Einmo is my favorite teacher. I use her flying geese and jelly roll ruler in a lot of my quilts. She also writes an article for the AQS magazine. Someday, I intend to make all of the blocks in Kimberly’s book. The blocks are different sizes and use her rulers to make them. I wonder how many quilts I can make when I make all the blocks. It would use up a lot of scraps. This would probably be my next long term quilt.
This quilt was made in a class at the Vermont Quilt Festival. Dave LaValley from the Bittersweet Fabric Shop provides Janome machine for the class. It is much easier to sew in a class with a machine that you are familiar with. There is a lot of twisting and turning of the blocks in this quilt. A design wall was definitely needed to arrange it.
Kimberly designed this row of the month wall hanging for AQS magazine. I didn’t use her colors and it is a much different quilt than hers. It was necessary to have an accurate 1/4″ seam as the block sizes were different. If the measurement was off, the rows would not be the same length.
I do have another wall hanging from a class with Kimberly. It is in my stash of UFOs and will be finished someday.