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Let’s get ready for the Holidays together! Moore’s is delighted to welcome Jenny Jo Lamb of Lamb Farm Designs to teach a hands-on quilting class featuring her fun and gorgeous Holiday Wishes quilt pattern. During this one-day class, you will piece and quilt a wonderful winter quilt featuring the motifs of the Holiday Season!

Date and Time

Date: September 21st, 2024

Time: 9am – 3:00pm, with a lunch break

Location: Moore’s of Brea

Price: $69.99

Please bring your lunch!

Supply List

  • Sewing machine in good working order, power cord and ¼” foot
  • Neutral thread
  • Cutting mat
  • Rotary cutter
  • Pencil or pen for marking on your fabric
  • Alphabitties or sticky notes, a way to label cut pieces (this is very important)
  • Scissors
  • Seam ripper
  • Bias square ruler
  • 6” x 24” ruler
  • Power strip
  • Additional favorite cutting rulers
  • Pencil
  • Notepaper
  • Holiday Wishes Quilt Pattern will be supplied at the beginning of class
  • Any of your favorite notions that you regularly use
Optional Supplies:
  • Small iron and ironing station for your personal use (if you want)
  • Acorn Precision Piecing Easy Press pen and Seam Align glue
Holiday Wishes Quilt Workshop Supplies

Fabric List

Fabric for quilt (what Jenny used is in parentheses):
  • 2 yd Background (tone on tone)
  • 5/8 yd Pinwheels and middle border (solid red)
  • 12 assorted fat eighths or fat quarters (Christmas fabrics, be sure to include a brown print)
  • 1 3/8 yd outer border (Christmas print to unify the quilt)
  • ½ yd for binding (solid red)
  • 3 yd Backing
  • 54” square batting
  • 5 – ¼” black buttons
  • 1 yd white or cream ric-rac (cream)

Pre-cutting directions will be supplied after registering for the class. Please cut fabric accordingly so as to use class time efficiently!

Educator Bio

Jenny Lamb headshot Sewing has always been an influential part of Jenny Jo Lamb’s life. Growing up, there wasn’t a time she could remember that her grandmother, mother, and aunt weren’t sewing or creating their next masterpiece. Naturally, she began with handwork; that evolved into garment sewing. Not long thereafter, Jenny began quilting and the rest was history! In the last twenty-five years quilting has become her passion. Now, designing beautiful patterns is also a huge part of that passion. Jenny is employed full-time (outside the home) and the older she gets, the more she realizes how important this creative outlet is for her. It grounds me and helps her focus. She loves being able to share this passion with others, whether it be teaching or helping them learn to quilt or giving them a quilt. To Jenny, giving a quilt is like giving a hug, only it lasts even when she can’t be with that person.

Jenny and her husband are blessed to live in the Pacific Northwest on a few acres in the country. They have four grown children, a couple (so far) bonus children, and a flock of grandkids, that are all their pride and joy. They are working on a small farm that is ever expanding, and wake up every day feeling blessed to watch their family grow.