Wendy Mathson has been making and designing quilts since 1981, beginning with a baby quilt made in anticipation of the birth of her first child. Since then she has been involved in the quilting community in the San Diego area, first as a guild member, later as a teacher, and more recently as a guild lecturer. In 1992, she was part of a quilting circle at her church that began making prayer quilts. A few years later, Wendy organized Prayers & Squares, The Prayer Quilt Ministry. This interfaith nonprofit organization now has over 800 chapters worldwide. She began designing and teaching simple strip-pieced patterns to be used for prayer quilts. Wendy loves coming up with ideas for improved piecing techniques and has invented a system of cut-after-you-sew tools called Quilters' TRIMplates. Wendy now works as a freelance book editor/illustrator and teaches quilting classes for a local community college. She and her husband, Dan, have lived in the San Diego area for over 25 years and are the parents of two grown children, Scott and Michelle.
New Light On Storm At Sea Quilts: One Block-An Ocean of Design Possibilitiesby Wendy Mathson
Take this Scrap-Quilter's Favorite in Bold New Directions. Open up new creative possibilities for the traditional Storm at Sea block with innovative design and construction techniques. Make 6 elegantly curved Storm at Sea quilt projects with all straight-line piecing. Assemble your blocks the easy way with fast2cut® Quilters' TRIMplate™ trimming rulers, or… See more details below
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Take this Scrap-Quilter's Favorite in Bold New Directions. Open up new creative possibilities for the traditional Storm at Sea block with innovative design and construction techniques. Make 6 elegantly curved Storm at Sea quilt projects with all straight-line piecing. Assemble your blocks the easy way with fast2cut® Quilters' TRIMplate™ trimming rulers, or use the included full-size patterns for paper piecing. See many other stunning Storm at Sea designs in the gallery of quilts, including several by nationally known quilters. If you've never tried the beautiful Storm at Sea block because of its "hard-to-piece" reputation, you'll change your mind once you try Wendy's easy new piecing methods. But that's not all-you'll also learn to create your own Storm at Sea designs and bring dramatic new life to an old favorite.
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