Fall 2018 Update
This fall was my busiest ever for teaching. I’ve been spoiled by the creativity, generosity, and enthusiasm of my students.
There was a Trill workshop with the Hudson Valley MQG, Fingerprint Improv Curves with the Wild Geese Quilters of Philadelphia, and Incorporating Curves with the Baltimore MQG.
Next up on November 11 is Planned and Unplanned Improv at Beetle and Fred, a lovely shop in Beacon NY. As of posting, there were still a few spots, so visit this link to register if you can. After that I’ll be lecturing on November 20 at the Berks Quilters in Pennsylvania.
Houston Quilt Festival has just begun, and I’m thrilled that Women’s Work is there in competition.
Neighbors can currently be seen at the Quilts=Art=Quilts show at the Schweinfurth Art Center in Auburn, NY. I’m very proud to have work in this prestigious show.
I wrote a Creative Reset feature piece in the most recent issue of Curated Quilts about “the click,” a feeling that I chase when I’m improvising. The whole issue is full of inspiring improvisation and I loved contributing words and photos for my piece.
In the studio
I have a few works in progress, including a minimalist Trill quilt and the variation on Neighbors that is shown in Curated Quilts.
I’ve also been making small fingerprint curve sketches since the summer that help me vary my practice.
I know I’ve been absent in this space for awhile, but thanks for staying tuned.