Beach Quilt Class Update


The Beach Quilt Class at Hobby Lobby in Daphne,AL. has ended although the students still have a few blocks to work on this summer. Paper Piecing is a great way to achieve perfect points and details that otherwise would be nearly impossible with traditional piecing. The students learned so much during this technique class and their blocks turned out incredible! What a great group of ladies! Two of them have only been quilting a couple of years and the other less than one year- WOW! I am so proud of them, they are becoming well rounded quilter’s – ready to take on any challenge!!!! Below is some of their great works!!!

Left-The first section of the sun with perfect points by Marilyn- Great Job!!!!  Right-Three blocks ready to add section two, the circular part of the sun. Blocks by Conna, Marilyn and myself.


Completed sun and blue crab


The Beach Quilt blocks are so cute and this will be an awesome quilt!

Beach Quilt

This is the original paper piece pattern designed by me (Sherry Mozley)!


Awesome job ladies!!!!  Left to Right- Sherry Mozley, Conna, Veronica and Marilyn

Plan to join us and our other quilt friends for the next quilt class beginning in September 2016.  The project will be a simple traditional pieced quilt.  Beginners are welcome!  We will make a lap size quilt from beginning to end just in time for Christmas! Go to Classes for more information on this website  or email me at for more information and supply list.

Classes are every Thursday, starting in September 2016 at Hobby Lobby in Daphne,AL. from 10am-1pm with additional sewing time 1-4pm.

Cost: $135.00 for new students and $125.00 for returning students.

Quilting Techniques Student Work

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I am an artist and my preferred medium is textiles. I currently teach traditional quilting however, artistic manipulation of fabrics and fibers is my real passion.
I have won awards for several quilt piecing techniques and art quilts, including thread painting. I love to paint, dye, and color fabric using fabric paints, inks, screen printing, mono-printing, rust, sun activated dyes, sun printing, air pens, etc... .

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