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Thread: Nickel Square Work Shop with Pat Speth

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    Junior Member Texas_Sue's Avatar
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    Nickel Square Work Shop with Pat Speth

    I just completed a two day workshop with Pat Speth, author of Nickel Quilts, More Nickel Quilts, Amazing Nickel Quilts, Big Book of Nickel Quilts (combination of first 2 books) and Borders for quilts. It was amazing! She showed dozens and dozens of quilts that can be made by utilizing 5" squares. Her methods are wonderful and the quilts are beautiful. She is a precision quilter and teaches you how to improve your quilting techniques. It was so much fun and she is a dynamic speaker. She has loads of information on her website and you can download free patterns as well as go to her blog just to get updated information. If your guild needs a speaker I would highly recommend her.

    Susan

    Here is her website: http:/www.patspeth.com

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    I like her patterns but hadn't visited her website since last year. Thanks for the reminder.

    http://www.patspeth.com/
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    Great link, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas_Sue View Post
    I just completed a two day workshop with Pat Speth, author of Nickel Quilts, More Nickel Quilts, Amazing Nickel Quilts, Big Book of Nickel Quilts (combination of first 2 books) and Borders for quilts. It was amazing! She showed dozens and dozens of quilts that can be made by utilizing 5" squares. Her methods are wonderful and the quilts are beautiful. She is a precision quilter and teaches you how to improve your quilting techniques. It was so much fun and she is a dynamic speaker. She has loads of information on her website and you can download free patterns as well as go to her blog just to get updated information. If your guild needs a speaker I would highly recommend her.

    Susan

    Here is her website: http:/www.patspeth.com
    thanks for her address

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    Thanks for the post. Always fun to see different designs using charm squares
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    I am a huge fan of hers, and envious of your "in person" workshop. Her books are my favorites.

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    Oh you lucky girl you! I love Pat Speth's books! Glad you had such a great time Susan!
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    I am sending this info to our program chairpersons. Thanks!

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    Thank You. Did you see the freebies? I bookmarked them. I love working with hst's.
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    I am also a huge fan, and have several of her books. I cut up about 100 men's shirts into charm squares so I have a few to work with
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