I’m in Houston at International Quilt Festival now so I’ll post more next week. It’s fun to see visitors enjoy my Morning Breeze. I’ve taught 4 classes and have 5 more events to go. What a show this year! More posts about Houston to follow.
I mentioned in my previous post that I entered the Houston show and that I would write about the story behind that entry. I was shocked to find out that I juried into the World of Beauty show! The reason that is so surprising is that this is the third time I have entered that […]
I am passionate about teaching free motion quilting-I really want anyone interested to know that they CAN quilt their own work! I am always looking for motifs and projects that help beginners feel competent and to put them on the road to loving free motion quilting. Ferns are surprisingly easy to quilt, definitely in the […]
Our Feb assignment in Elizabeth Barton‘s on-line Design Master Class course was to capture the sense of movement. It was intriguing to see how different students interpreted this challenge. That is one of the things I like the most about on-line learning-to be able to examine and study the work of others in the class. […]
I know Pacific International Quilt Festival happened in mid-October, but I am just now getting around to posting about it. I do think it was the best year yet. I only had a precious few moments to look at the show but I did get some good photos of some pretty spectacular quilts. This one […]
I had a “Tailgate Critique” yesterday! How did that happen?? Read on. I am Co-Rep for the NorCA/NorNV region of Studio Art Quilt Associates. We held our quarterly meeting on Wednesday in Danville, a San Francisco Bay area community about a 2 hour drive from my home. One of the very best things about the […]