Welcome to Oh Kaye Quilting!
Hi there! My name is Kaye Collins and I am a quilt pattern designer and longarm educator.
My quilt patterns have a modern vibe with lots of negative space for quilting. I hope you will take a moment to look around- my products are in The Shoppe and you will find lots of tutorials and free Quilt Block Mania blocks in The Blog.
I am a longarm quilter who especially loves computerized quilting with Pro-Stitcher and Pro-Stitcher Designer. I am regularly on the road teaching classes as a National Educator for Handi Quilter and I am really excited to be teaching at QuiltCon 2024.
Because I need to stay home sometimes. . . I enjoy teaching virtual classes to individuals and guilds and I am working on getting some of those classes online so that anyone anywhere can learn anytime!
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Don’t miss out on this fun and informative class! This is the LAST time I will be teaching this class in 2023 and registration will close at 5:00pm Mountain on August 18, 2023. Click on the image for more information!!!
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In addition to being a longarm quilt machine teacher, I design quilt patterns. It is really fun to bring an idea to life, but it is even MORE fun to see someone else use your pattern to make a quilt. As part of my process, I like to use pattern testers to make sure that…
I am so excited to be a teacher at QuiltCon 2024! The conference will be held in Raleigh, North Carolina February 22-25. I will be teaching five classes- all in the long arm room. HollyAnne Knight of String and Story will be teaching three classes in the longarm classroom. Last year there were no classes…
I saw this “make a skeleton” panel by My Mind’s Eye and I fell in love! What a fantastic idea!!! I had seen it in several shops where they followed the directions of sewing the panel to backing fabric with right sides together and then stuffing the parts and assembling it to form a 3D…
One of my most popular quilt patterns is Tri Again. This is a fun quilt pattern to make and it works up quite quickly. It looks beautiful quilted with an edge to edge design, but the diagonal negative spaces provide a great framework for adding some custom quilting.
Tri Again comes with instructions for five sizes and three versions: two-color, scrappy background, and scrappy accent. So. . . 15 patterns for the price of 1!