If you live near or in Albuquerque, you may be interested in a UNM Continuing Education course I'm teaching at Ann Silva's Sewing Center every Tuesday in July from 6 to 8:30 pm.
Here's the description:
Create a wall-hanging-sized quilt top reminiscent of the 1930s, using today’s tools and techniques. A progression of nine unique blocks possesses all the charm of a bygone era and none of the tedious handwork. Develop skills such as paper-piecing, appliqué, and more. This course is suitable for those with basic sewing skills, rotary cutting experience, and knowledge of quilt construction. A limited supply of sewing machines is available for use free-of-charge at Ann Silva’s.
Go to the UNM Continuing Education website to register. The cost is $95 for five sessions and 12 1/2 hours of instruction.