Get out of your comfort zone!
Scrappy Applique is a raw-edge applique technique created by Shannon Brinkley. It is quick and simple to learn, yet allows for a lot of creative possibilities! Join thousands of other quilters and learn this fun and easy technique and make your first project!LEARN MORE
Meander is an international quilt guild and school where you'll master color, explore a bunch of quilt-making styles, learn to design your own quilts, and develop your own unique quilt-making style, all alongside other quilters from all around the world.
As a member, you'll enjoy a growing library of workshops taught by international teachers, live workshops, fun guild events, and our popular Color Confidence for Quilters program. We'd love to have you join this vibrant, creative community!
A full Color Curriculum that will take you from unsure and insecure with your color abilities to being able to confidently mix and match all the fabrics in your stash to create fabric palettes that are beautiful, unique, and look like you!
This online program is only available inside Meander.
Learn to start or grow your quilt business in this incredible workshop. Whether you are starting from scratch, looking to pivot your business online, or scale your digital quilt business, we've got you covered!LEARN MORE
Are you interested in teaching one of Shannon's popular programs? Teaching and speaking at quilt guilds or quilt shops is the quickest and simplest business models in the quilt industry, and Shannon's Scrappy Applique and Color Confidence for Quilter's workshops are in high demand. We'd love to share with you more about our Certified Teacher Training Program.LEARN MORE
Shannon Brinkley is a quilt & fabric designer, international teacher & speaker, and the author of the book Scrappy Bits Applique. A former elementary teacher, Shannon is able to break down creative processes so they are super simple to digest and quick to implement! Passionate that there is no wrong way to make a quilt, Shannon loves helping quilters get outside their comfort zones, and explore their own creativity.