Oh I already let the cat out of the bag! I'm teaching at Quilt Festival in November. The links to the Beginner Free-Motion and Lecture Choosing Quilting Motifs and Color are below. I'd love to see you there. Beginner Free-Motion Quilting - 221 Choosing Quilting Motifs and Color - 355 Please take a moment head… Continue reading International Quilt Festival Here I Come
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AL065zATqYg On a completely unrelated note it was both a good hair day and wow do I have humidity hair. Humidity hair in Texas, it's a thing. Bob Ruggiero asked me about it in this interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdfnnMj0V0g I'm teaching at Quilt Festival in Salt Lake City. Follow this link to all classes, search for my… Continue reading Quilt Festival Salt Lake City Here I Come
Before I get started on this day I would like to send you over to two podcasts. Quilter on Fire Episode 48 with Victoria Findlay Wolfe and Quilt N Tell Podcast Back to the Beginner Brain Episode 64. I have thoughts on both podcasts and how they are related to one another. There are more… Continue reading Quilt Festival Postlude
https://www.instagram.com/p/CVo5jcqLhuy/ Good Saturday to you Quilty Friends. I have a few more interviews scheduled to record for Quilted Features including Annie Smith, Jamie & Jil of SunFlower Quilts, Michele Muska with Oliso, Jenny K Lyon and a few more. I'll also have quilts from the show floor and more. Happy Stitching, Teri
*Note: I started this post a couple of days ago, realized I needed to go to bed because getting some sleep is important. This morning I taught The Weight of Color, a new class for International Quilt Festival: Begin exploring the weight of color in free-motion quilting. Using color pens and pencils, fill in the… Continue reading The Weight of Color
https://www.instagram.com/p/CVdT-fLr4kR/ Life is good. I am short. This is awesome sauce. Right before this moment I was kind of goofy dancing in that middle aisle between my students. This will most likely be the only picture not because I have no desire to take pictures of my students and their work but because my students… Continue reading Live From Houston!