A Fun Day

I like speaking to quilt guilds and sharing my quilts, but what I really love is teaching Quilting in Layers workshops. I don't want to sound like an advertisement, but it's just darn fun for me to spend a day with quilters. They really are wonderful people. They so graciously allow me to help decide on colors and discuss layouts and composition. I get the fun of creating while they do the work!
These quilters from the Loose Threads Guild in Spring City, PA didn't shy away from learning a new technique. Power quilting happening here!
Everyone had such lovely colors. I saw the influence of spring everywhere.
Even this Amish color scheme leaned toward the blues and greens.
This quilter decided to add a ground layer and fringe the edges of her center squares. How creative! Making the little quilts personal is exciting for me to see and I learn things and get inspired. All I want to do when I get home is sew! And sit on the couch and relax… Thank you to Laurie and all the Loose Thread quilters. I had a fun and inspiring day!


Back to gallery


  1. Christine says:

    Love the power sewing line up with the batting. Why didn’t I think of that?,

  2. Kiti Williams says:

    I enjoyed listening and watching the quilts take shape! I hope to apply your technique soon. I think the best thing about this was the size of the units, I can do them on my domestic machine at a retreat and have it all quilted and done with. More quilts finished, less UFOs!

  3. Pat Leiter says:

    Thank you Terry for a great workshop. I had so much fun that I continued the work when I went home. I feel my creative juices flowing! I love learning new techniques.

  4. Debby O'Keefe says:

    This was one of the best workshops our guild has had! To any guild looking for an inspiring workshop, this is it! Terry is patient, inspiring, gives everyone individual attention , and is generous with her methods. What I really liked was that we all started by learning Terry’s method for creating a quilted background but we all are able to go on in our own direction to use it in our own way. I can’t wait to see all the different quilts we create as a result.

Leave a Reply