Glamp Stitchalot Teacher Feature: Sherri Lynn Wood

In November 2016, we will welcome 200 guests to the Kensington Court to join us for a weekend of  classes and a whole lot of fun with a star studded team of teachers. At this Glamp Stitchalot event, each of our teachers will be teaching a unique technique for improv piecing in quilts.

This week, we feature Sherri Lynn Wood. Sherri is known for her improv style and ruler-free piecing. In her recent book, The Improv Handbook for Modern Quilters, she breaks free from the standard pattern structure and, instead, provides readers with "scores," or parameters for improv quilt-making. You will recognize Sherri by her wonderful and bold quilts with curved wedges and solid fabrics, in addition to her beautiful and simple hand-quilting.

Here are a few great quilts of Sherri's, all from her website (

Her use of solids is impeccable. I can't wait to see which technique she'll focus on for Glamp!

For more information and to purchase tickets, check out the Stitchalot website.

See you next week for another Glamp Stitchalot Teacher Feature!