Category — Classes
I had such fun on Saturday! I spent about 5 hours with a wonderful group of ladies, demoing and talking about piecing improvisational log cabins and watching everyone’s different blocks come together.
Huge thanks to the super sweet and funny Andie (above) for coordinating this workshop and inviting me to come teach. And also a big thank you to the Cincinnati Modern Quilt Guild for hosting me (and showing up!) and those that traveled several hours to attend.
Me, explaining block layout options
My mom and sister even came to join in the fun.
Lots of happy in-action photos…everyone made such amazing blocks!
And my sister will tell you – quilting is not for the faint of heart. It was 85 degrees in the room! We are all super tough troopers though and quilted through the heat.
Finally – completely unrelated but while I was in Cincinnati I found out from Jeni that Heather Ross has some fabric at Hancocks! I rushed to the store by my parents house and picked up some prints. These are from the children’s book she illustrated, Crafty Chloe. (Which my daughter happens to love!) I was so excited to see them, I am a huge sucker for any of her artwork. If you want some for yourself, be sure to check out your local Hancocks store in the Girl’s Novelty section.
July 16, 2012 17 Comments
The Cincinnati Modern Quilt Guild has announced the location and time for my Improv Piecing Workshop this Saturday, July 14th. You do not need to be a member of the CMQG to attend, just head over to their blog for details. There is a limit of 30 people, so be sure to sign up if you want to attend.
For more details on our project, check out my post on the Off Centered Improv Quilt. It’s going to be a lot of fun, I hope to see you there!
July 9, 2012 8 Comments
Yea! The beans have been spilled and I can finally announce that I have the honor of being one of the teachers at this year’s Sewing Summit! I will be co-teaching a class on advanced techiniques with the enormously talented Kati Spencer of From the Blue Chair. The goal of two teachers in one class is to have lots more hands on help for everyone there. I can’t wait to share more about the class over the next few months, and hopefully meet many, many, many of you in Salt Lake City this October!
March 6, 2012 13 Comments