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January Classes at the Academy

Posted by Ruth on 4 November 2013 | 0 Comments

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Need some quilting inspiration? The class schedule for January is posted on the AcademyofQuilting.com website. We have 24 classes listed to begin in January. Not only do we have many from Quilt U, a lot of which have been updated with videos and refreshed information, but we also have brand new classes beginning and several that have not been around in a while have come back.  Which one will you pick to start the new year? Maybe you'll pick two!

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Poppin Poppies 3-d flowers

Posted by Ruth on 13 August 2013 | 0 Comments

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Join me... Select some fabrics.

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New Online Classes

Posted by Ruth on 4 May 2013 | 0 Comments

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Today I loaded in three new classes at the Academy of Quilting and updated the Academy Calendar. Two of the classes have a special start price for a limited time so it pays to register early. If you purchase the special rate, you can always request a later date if it doesn't quite suit.

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Trinity Celtic Knot pattern

Posted by Ruth on 14 January 2013 | 1 Comments

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Did you know that our popular Trinity Celtic Knot quilt pattern (pattern can be found by clicking link) designs by Deborah Cohen is now available as an online class? Today I want to take you inside the class for a preview of what you can expect, but first I must say thank you Deborah for this wonderful Celtic patchwork design and allowing me to present it online as a quilting class.

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10 years of online teaching

Posted by Ruth on 21 January 2011 | 1 Comments

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This year, 2011 marks my 10th anniversary of online teaching. I totally love teaching online as I get to meet so many wonderful quilters from all over the world. Man, I just cannot believe how fast 10 years has gone. I discovered Quilt University after talking to a teaching colleague in late 2000. She mentioned teaching online and I was fascinated. I asked her for further details and she put me onto Quilt University which is run by Carol Miller. I contacted Carol and asked her if she would be interested in any of my designs which I had on my website. At roughly the same time I was publishing my first few quilt patterns. Wow that seems so long ago now. 

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