Bloomers quilt by Sharon
It’s always a privilege to share the beautiful art work of others on my blog. Especially if they were kind enough to take one of my classes. This quilt is by Sharon who participated in my workshop in Arkansas. She says that the quilt, ” …happily hangs in our kitchen now. ” She also mentioned that taking the class “…really made me think differently about fusing.” Thank you, Sharon! My mission in life is to spread the word that fusing is fun.
Exotically Pollinated by Karen
And speaking of fun, here you see a sweet quilt by Karen. She says she, “started this project in a class you taught in Green Bay, WI last year for the Evergreen Quilt Guild. I thoroughly enjoyed it! The three flowers were something I pulled out of your scrap pile and I wove the basket in class.” The quilt will be in the upcoming Evergreen Art Show in Women Who Run With Scissors Exhibit. The theme of the show was “exotic pollinators“ but she turned it around to be “Exotically Pollinated”. Thank you, Karen! I love your sense of humor.
Rowenta Sports Arena at the Chicago School of Fusing
Congratulations upon your graduation from the Chicago School of Fusing! That’s what I always say to my students when they complete one of my fusing classes.
And there are many recent graduate to congratulate. They all did beautiful work and I’m so grateful that they took a class with me at the IQF show in Houston or through their local guild.
So, in honor of all the graduates out there who wish a diploma to hang proudly in their studio or office, here’s a PDF that you can print out. (Thank you Judy K for this great design!) Press on!
Windy City #17 by Laura Wasilowski
Today I’m teaching my favorite class, Tiny Homes, at the International Quilt Festival in Houston. Why is it a favorite?
About one hour into the class I see my students inventing fun and whimsical designs. These art pieces are unique to each maker and delightful to behold. I can’t wait to see what they make this year!