Popping in for a moment. The studio’s all clean and ready for some sewing this afternoon and I’ve organized quilts for Thursday’s lecture with the Tacoma Modern Quilt Guild (please come if you want;).
I’ve got the samples for Part II of the Psychedelic Baby Block workshop out for air. Tomorrow’s class is full, but if you’ve taken part one and want to come play with finishing it up or your secondary blocks please do! It will be an excellent opportunity to get your improv on.
I’ve had a request for the Modern Straight-Line Quilting workshop on Friday May 26th, if you’ve been trying to make it to this class here’s your chance! I’ve loved teaching this workshop. We make some useful nesting baskets with our panels.
One spot left in Memorial Day’s Value Quilt Workshop. We’ll cover how value drives quilt design and make hearts and other shapes with simple half-square triangles. I’m trying to get some squares cut from my stash to make available.
Some students and I’ve been playing in new color ways with one of the improv block techniques I’ll be teaching at Quiltcon. Even putting pillows on the bed puts a combo in my head and leads me out to the studio to pile fabric.
I pre-ordered The Modern Quilt Guild’s new book that has a few of my quilts in it. I’ll be sure to share when I receive it.
I’ve got a birthday present to make today and some celebratory roller skating tonight. We’ve been into making and gifting these Michelle Patterns grocery bags with fabric from stash in the studio lately.
That’s it for now peeps.
Hope you all have time to get your craft on this week.