Moore’s is excited to present this project-based class taught by Master Quilter Tina Curran, who will teach the ins and outs of creating a striking piece (either quilt or pillow, it’s up to you!) out of 2 1/2″ strips of fabric. You can use a ready-made Jelly Roll, or cut your own strips from yardage you already have.

Your Choice of Class Project

Herringbone-Anza quilt project

Herringbone-Anza Pillow

This Herringbone-Anza pillow is made up of 2 1/2″ strips, and its finished size is 20″ square

Herringbone-Anza quilt project

Herringbone-Anza Quilt

This Herringbone-Anza quilt is made up of 2 1/2″ strips, and its finished size is 40″ x 50″

Come to class prepared!

Bring your own machine and sewing/quilting notions to this class. We will be providing snacks and chocolate.

Supply list for the project you selected will be emailed 2 weeks before class.

Per Tina’s recommendation, bring at least half your pieces already cut so you’ll have more time to learn in class.

Location: Moore’s of Brea

When: October 14th, 2023 from 10 am – 4 pm

Cost: $55.00

Don’t wait, seating is limited.

Educator’s Bio

Tina Curran headshot

Tina Curran

Tina Curran has been a quilter for over 25 years. Her work has earned multiple blue ribbons and the rank of Master Quilter at her local quilt guild in Glendale, CA. Her quilts have hung at major quilt shows including Road to California (Ontario, CA), the AQS quilt shows in Lancaster, PA and Paducah, KY and the International Quilt Festival in Houston, TX. Tina’s work has been featured more than 20 times in quilt magazines (Quilters Newsletter and Quiltmaker) and in three books (including Ricky Tims’ “Kool Kaleidoscopes”).

Tina has been designing patterns since 2002, began giving quilt lectures in 2012 and started teaching her designs in quilt guild workshops in 2013. In 2015, she started a free monthly email newsletter to chronicle her adventures in quilting, which is read by thousands of quilters around the world. And in 2021 she started hosting her own virtual quilt workshops for the fans of her quilt designs.

Tina’s work can be seen on her website at Her patterns are sold in her shop on ( and have sold to quilters in all 50 of the United States and more than 30 foreign countries.