The Transformation Series
12 Classes to transform your Quilting. The original class series which launched Quilters Question Time and has been so popular with Quilters looking to transform their quilting skills with 12 classes over 12 months.
Quilters Question Time Monthly
Every month you will get access to a different class from Philippa, ultimately building to include all the techniques she has developed to create her award-winning work. These lessons will cover a wide spectrum of technical and artistic skills, which will be invaluable in aiding you to move forward in your own work.
$15.00 USD every month
Quilters Question Time Season 1
12 Classes to transform your quilting. Every month you will get access to a different class from Philippa, ultimately building to include 12 of the techniques she has developed to create her award-winning work. These lessons will cover a wide spectrum of technical and artistic skills, which will be invaluable in aiding you to move forward in your own work. The advance payment option gives you four classes straight away - Piping and Binding, Precision Piecing, Turned Edge Applique, Free Motion Machine Quilting, followed by a further eight classes.
The Transformation Series - Series 2
Philippa Naylor is continuing her online training classes with a second season of expert quilting tips and techniques. Every month a new class will be added to your library building up to a comprehensive compendium of quilting techniques.
Beginner Quilter Class
Beginner Quilter's class
Everything you need to know in order to make your first quilt! This class covers the complete quilt making procedure from start to finish, and looks in detail at every area you need to know about: Equipment and materials, cutting techniques , machine settings, threads and machine needles, pressing, 'layering up', battings/waddings, quilting designs with sewing demonstrations, 'square up' your quilt, bind the edges with the neatest straight edges, mitred corners and and imperceptible joins. Sew along with Philippa to make your own 'Super Squares' quilt. Over 4.5 hours of video explanations and demonstrations.
Gift Purchase - Purchase the Beginner Quilters class as a gift for someone else...
Your gift recipient will get full access to Phillipa Naylor's Beginner Quilters Class which they can watch whenever they want, and as often as they want. They will also be invited to join the exclusive QQT members Facebook page and get to watch the monthly live Q&A with Philippa.
Quilters Question Time - Purchase classes as a gift
Quilters Question Time classes make a great gift.
We treat gift purchases slightly differently to a standard purchase. You tell us the name and email address of the gift recipient, and we send all the login details to you inside a pdf card which you can print out or send via email. We don't contact the recipient directly in case we spoil the surprise. Once you have given them the details, they have access to all the benefits of QQT membership including our email help desk in case they have any problems or questions.
We have several gift bundles which you can purchase as a gift to give to someone else:
Beginner Quilter class as a gift
The Beginner Quilter Class is a great introduction to quilting for someone who is thinking about starting to quilt.
3 Class Foundation Gift Bundle
The three class Foundation Bundle includes the three most popular classes in Season 1:
Borders and Facings
Free-motion Machine Quilting
5 Class Formation Gift Bundle
The five class Formation Gift Bundle includes the first five classes in Season 1:
Piping and Binding
Turned Edge Applique
Borders and Facings
Free-motion Machine Quilting
Season 1 as a gift - 12 classes
All twelve classes of Season 1 can be given as a gift to someone who knows they want to take the full Transformation Series journey with Philippa.
Season 2 as a gift - 12 classes
And for those who have already taken the first twelve classes, you can give your friend or loved one Season 2 - a further twelve classes of techniques and skills.
Individual Classes - Season 1
Free Motion Machine Quilting I
Join Philippa as she demonstrates some of the foundational techniques in Free Motion Machine Quilting What you'll get: Which threads and needles to use Setting up your machine Sliders and grippers Free motion squares Free motion spirals Free motion flowers Free motion scallops Free motion bricks and butterflies Layering the quilt Free motion stippling / vermicelli Free motion coffee bean A brand new quilt design especially to practice your new found skills.
Borders and Facings
Straight cut borders. Multiple borders (narrow and wide) Perfect mitred borders Managing patterns in borders to create the best mirror images. Facings using strips Facings using a single piece How to create perfect turned through corners on facings Using these techniques on collars and cuffs.
Happy Hearts Curved Piecing
Create a fun quilt top with an easy curved piecing central heart motif surrounded by two borders. Philippa will demonstrate all the tools and techniques you need to create the easiest curved piecing which is trimmed to size so everyone can achieve great results!
Raw Edge Appliqué
A deep dive into satin stitch including how to create perfect satin stitch circles and how to deal with corners and points. Moving on to Blanket stitch we cover perfect circles, smooth curves and sharp points. Finally Philippa takes a look at a range of free motion techniques for raw edge appliqué.
Everything you need to know to include Trapunto in your quilts, including which materials to use - wadding/batting and water soluble thread, machine settings, sewing machine feet, and the full process to get outstanding results. Moving on to Corded Trapunto (or Yarn Trapunto), looking at which yarns to use, how to create the channels, and how to deal with curves, corners and long sections. Finally Philippa reviews different ways she has used Trapunto in two of her award winning quilts.
Prairie Points and Rouleau loops
In this class Philippa shows how to make Prairie points in four different styles, with two methods of stitching them to the quilt. Moving on to Rouleau loops, Philippa demonstrates several methods to turn Rouleaus through; how to press them into a range of curves; options for arranging them along the edge of your quilt facing outwards or inwards; and methods of using Rouleau to create circular medallions.
Stems and Bias Strip Appliqué
This class offers several methods for stems and bias strips. Starting with skinny strips to use as stems, adding embellishments, and turning corners with a mitre. Then looking at wavy/curved bias strips using stitched and pressed methods. Moving on to yarn fillings to provide padding, and how to create twisted strips. At the end there are examples and methods to use wider strips in garments.
Free Motion Feathers
This class offers a comprehensive look at free-motion feathers. Covering straight feathers, optimum sizes and shapes, narrow and wide options. Curved feathers and a circular wreath of feathers. Alternative shapes and options - working out from the middle, leaf and flower motifs. Drafting designs for incorporating feathers. Designs for turning corners. Random feather designs for bushes and trees. The all-over feather large, small and miniature.
Individual Classes Season 2
Creative Curved Piecing
Creative Curved Piecing is a brand new class looking in detail at the curved piecing methods which Philippa has used to create her award winning quilts. It starts by reviewing how to turn a straight line design into a creative curved design. Philippa then shows how to turn the design into a pattern, how to create the freezer paper templates, and then how to cut out and join the pieces to make the block. The class includes the template which Philippa created in the class, and which you can download and use for your sample.
Further Fabulous Finishes
In this class Philippa looks at a number of finishing techniques Starting with how to make hanging sleeves so your quilt can be displayed to best advantage.Using boning to support curved edging for hanging.Techniques for binding hexagons and scalloped edges.Creating the beautiful wavy edging Philippa used on her 'Bird by Bird' quilt.Finally adding a label for posterity to record who made it and when.
Whole-cloth Quilts & Embellished Trapunto
In this class Philippa covers: Review of Flower Power - Philippa's first whole cloth quiltThe design and composition processReview of the drawing process for the templatesCreating a Yorkshire Rose patternEmbellishing Trapunto on a sampleUsing Trapunto on a miniature quiltReview of Garden Party QuiltHand embroidery techniques
Starting with turned edge reverse appliqué, looking at Philippa's miniature quilt featuring reverse applique circles; hand stitch and machine stitch options for turned edge work; managing corners and sharp points. Moving on to raw edge reverse appliqué using interfacing with several stitch options, and a quick look at a way of using on a tee shirt. Next a look at the Mola technique using Philippa's 'Colourful Cockerel' mola project including downloadable templates. We look at creating frames using Reverse Appliqué, before finishing with a look at bound buttonholes which use many of the techniques already discussed.
Jack's Chain is a popular block with some challenging elements.In this class Philippa covers : Drafting the templates from first principles (for any size block) and creating the freezer paper templates.Creating the nine-patches from strips including a review of colour/tonal choices.Getting great results sewing 'Y' seams with pressing suggestions.Assembling multiple blocks into a full quilt and drafting the final pieces to fit around the edges.
Quilt as desired
Many quilt patterns explain how to piece together the quilt top, and then when it comes to the quilting just use the generic phrase 'Quilt as desired'! In this class Philippa shows you how she approaches the quilt design process, and helps you see how your quilt top already suggests a variety of quilting possibilities. She explores, in detail, a range of different machine techniques. These include stitch-in-the-ditch, drafted straight and curved lines, free motion lines, couching of decorative threads and using your machine's pre-programmed embroidery stitches for dramatic and different quilting patterns. A really useful resource to continue your quilt-making journey.
The patchwork cushions class shows you how to turn your beautiful blocks into perfectly executed cushions. Single sided, double sided, flanged and piped. Hidden zips and embellished with buttons. In no time your blocks will become home furnishing works of art - keep for yourself or give as a gift. Cushion 1: Decorative front and zip in back Cushion 2: Decorative front and back and zip in bottom edge Cushion 3: Deep cushion with a gusset Cushion 4: Pieced cushion with flanged edge Cushion 5: Piped nine patch cushion switch to GBP
Philippa Naylor has won major awards for her miniature quilts, and in this class Philippa shares the techniques she uses to get amazing results on a miniature scale. Starting from basics Philippa considers the particular requirements of miniature quilts on fabric, threads and needles, very accurate measuring and cutting. Then working on her new design 'Hello Dolly', Philippa demonstrates piecing a miniature log cabin, and reviews miniature half square triangles and flying geese units. A discussion on design options is followed by curved line and free motion quilting, machine appliqué hearts and circles, before a look at squaring up and binding the completed work.
A project based review of the Bargello technique. Starting with the 'Print Wave' quilt top design, Philippa explores: Fabric choices and composition Assembly techniques for rows including using tubes. Pressing techniques for the seams. Moving on to the 'Medallion Bargello' quilt top design, Philippa further examines : The bargello design process Using grids in pattern design Twisted bargello patterns. Finally the QQT Bargello bag project including all the techniques explained and demonstrated to make an attractive Bargello bag. Designing the sides Constructing the sides, including quilting Adding the base Lining the bag Creating and attaching a pocket Binding the top Creating and attaching the handles
Double Wedding Ring And Pickle Dish Quilts
In this class Philippa starts by showing how to draft a pattern for the Double Wedding Ring block in any size. Philippa then uses her pattern to create foundation piecing templates using bank paper. (The class includes downloadable templates for you to print). Having created the templates Philippa demonstrates the best techniques for assembling the melon sections and then joining the sections together into the double wedding ring design. Tips include how and when to press the seams. Moving on to the Pickle Dish block Philippa shows how to modify the Double Wedding ring pattern to become the Pickle Dish block. She them demonstrates two methods for creating the Pickle Dish melons. Finally Philippa reviews the design process including fabric choices and design ideas.
In this class Philippa shows you how to create a three dimensional flower basket block using various techniques to create a range of flowers and leaves. Starting with flowers Philippa creates rose and carnation like flowers, rouched flowers, flowers with individual petals, Maltese cross flowers, Suffolk puffs to use as the centres, and finally tiny flower buds. Moving on to leaves, Philippa creates strappy leaves, turned through leaves with and without wiring, and satin stitch leaves. Next Philippa demonstrates how to make a bagged out basket with wadding/batting, and how to use Rouleau strips to create interest. Finally Philippa shares design and layout considerations, how to hand stitch the flowers into place, and how to quilt the backing.
$25 (Usually $33)
Feathered Star Quilt With Le Moyne Star Centre
In this class Philippa uses a Le Moyne star as the centre block of a larger Feathered Star quilt. Philippa starts by showing how to draft the quilt and create the templates. (The templates are also available as a downloadable file.) The Le Moyne star is cut and assembled with perfect points and careful pressing to reduce bulk in the centre. The feathered units are then cut and assembled. Finally the border is added and further options for finishing are discussed.