I love to quilt, and the only thing I might love more is teaching! I've led quilting workshops in 49 states and 25 countries, and I'm the author of more than 30 books, including the bestseller, Quilting for People Who Don't Have Time to Quilt. I've designed hundreds of patterns, fabrics and tools, and I'm thrilled to be able to share my passion for quilting with you in of Craftsy's one–of–a–kind, interactive classroom in three classes on my favorite quilting techniques. I can't wait to see what you create — I hope you will join me!

BE SURE TO USE MY "SPECIAL LINKS" FOR DISCOUNTS OFF THE REGULAR PRICE! Click the links below or scroll down for more info on each class. Get 50% off the full retail price of select Craftsy classes taught by Marti Michell. Cannot be combined with any other coupons. Expires October 8, 2017. For information on the batik quilt shown in the photo, click here.

Machine Quilting in Sections Better, Faster Log Cabins Piece by Piece Quilt As You Go Techniques

My Machine Quilting in Sections Craftsy class is now available!

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Machine Quilting in Sections Craftsy Class

If you love the batik Scrappy Sedona Star quilt shown in the photo and want to make one like it...

The blocks are 15 inches finished made with Set R or the Multi-Size Peaky & Spike Set.

The step by step pattern is in "5 is Fabulous"
Volume 5 in our encyclopedia book series. The scrappy blocks are made using our "trading places" fabrication method. The book is about quilts with 5-inch units, and the Scrappy Sedona instructions are for a 110 inch finished quilt, including borders.

Without borders, the quilt is 90 inches finished. I skipped the borders and quilted it in sections, which I discussed in the Craftsy video using a different quilt.

At the time Volume 5 was published, the finished, quilted, batik Scrappy Sedona Star had no borders. Later on, I decided to add borders to the already quilted quilt using the encased seam method, which is discussed in the Craftsy video, demonstrated on a different sample because my quilt was alrady finished. Again, LOL! It's a great quilt, and it was entirely machine quilted in sections. You can do it, too.

Lastly, a variety of block sizes and quilt styles is given in our Scrappy Sedona Stars pattern, which predates the Machine Quilting in Sections and 5 is Fabulous books. It features quilts to make with 9-inch blocks (Sets A and C), 12-inch blocks (Sets B and D) and 5-inch blocks (Set R or the Multi-Size Peaky & Spike Set). Get info about the pattern and see those Scrappy Sedona Star quilts here. It's obvious we love Scrappy Sedona Stars! :)

Better, Faster Log Cabins

Better Faster Log Cabins

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In my Better, Faster Log Cabins online video class, I'll show you a variety of methods for making gorgeous Log Cabins, including one that's perfect for fat quarters. You'll learn to select and layer fabrics for efficient and precise cutting, and the importance of cutting "logs" to length for easy, accurate sewing. I'll share tips and tricks for improving your Log Cabins immediately. We'll make Log Cabins using fat quarters and Curved Log Cabins, and I'll share a technique for joining blocks that minimizes the number of seams you have to match. We'll finish things up with my "no binding, no bulk" finishing method that you can use with other quilt designs, too.

Watch the trailer for Better, Faster Log Cabins below.

 

Piece by Piece Quilt-As-You-Go Techniques

Marti's Craftsy Class

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Searching for a quilting process that doesn't feel so daunting? In Piece by Piece Quilt-As-You-Go Techniques you'll learn a neat string quilting method and how to adapt traditional and wonky log cabin designs, and more complex designs to the quilt-as-you-go technique. I'll show you how to make Courthouse Steps and blocks like Ohio Star and Virginia Reel the quilt-as-you-go way and how to apply quilt-as-you-go techniques to your favorite designs. I did say "stress-free ways to complete a quilt" -- you can even add borders quilt-as-you-go, and I'll show you a smart, timesaving technique for binding, too!

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