Mandala Magic

Workshop topic: Long Arm
Languages: French flag English flag German flag
Nb of students: 10

Mandalas have been around forever and come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, look around and you’ll see them everywhere.
We will create our Mandala design on fabric. We will use a circular shape, then sub-divide it into equal sections, and rings, and fill those sections with creative free motion quilting. We will also use some rulers to create our Mandala Magic.

List of supplies
  • None
Required supplies
  • small pair of scissors and a marker pen
Fabrics to bring + lengh
  • None
+ Content

The teacher

Iris quilt journey started in 1992, when Iris’ sister Astrid came to visit while Iris and her family were living in Northern California. She asked if Iris could make her a quilt since Iris had experience in sewing. Making this quilt led Iris to yearn for more, she was hooked. Iris’ experience includes everything from; working at a local quilt shop in North Carolina, to owning her own longarm machine and business, and her line of digital quilting designs.
Iris started out with a non-computerized longarm but switched to a HQ Fusion® with Pro-Stitcher® shortly after. From that point on Iris started creating her own designs such as pantographs and digitized designs, they are currently available at Quiltable. These designs are what led Iris to multiple awards from Judges choice to Blue ribbons in longarm quilting.
Iris’ earned a degree in Advertising and Graphic Design, became a certified instructor in a digitizing software. Learning all aspects of quilting has been quite the journey for Iris, yet the biggest reward is witness the overwhelming join in a quilt recipients eyes.
Iris enjoys teaching quilters with all levels of experience, she believes that quilting should be a fun experience. If you are interested in becoming a longarmer Iris is able to teach everything about quilting especially longarm quilting, everything from the basics on “how to get started” with long arm quilting to “ruler work” to her favorite quilting technique “free-motion quilting”.