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Category Archive for 'Classes and Workshops'

New Experience: Teaching

I’m always ready to learn something new. . . . but I’m usually in the seat behind the rows of desks, with a bunch of other students, watching the action up front. Then, last year, after I was the featured artist at the quilt show, it felt kind of natural when the program chair at my local […]

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My trip to  Road2CA  last month was a blast. I really like this quilt show. It’s not as big and overwhelming as IQF in Houston, but still shows a very high quality of quilts. Besides, coming from Seattle, spending some sweet time down in California in the dead of Winter feels so good. In the meantime, my husband finds this rather warm […]

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…is always a good thing, even when you think this might be not exactly your style. It always expands my horizon, gives me new ideas where to go with my quilting. This is especially true when the class is taught by a fantastic teacher: Cindy Needham, The Linen Quilter. Detail of the “The French Nun’s […]

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Fiberistas!

…shall be the name of our group! And it means all kind of fiber art: Weaving, quilting, knitting and crochet, beading, felting and whatever you can imagine you could do with any kind of fiber or fabric. Now, after we’ve found a official name, we’re up to organize a group show at the Good Sheperd Center in […]

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