Friday, October 23, 2009
She will be teaching two classes:
Sheer Illusion and Surface Matters-Stamp it up!
To learn more about Susan and see some of her work on her website,click here
Are you getting inspired by all these teachers? I know I am. It's going to be difficult to choose which classes to take! They all look great.
You can read all about Terry and see some of her beautiful thread painting here on her website.
To visit Bonnie's website, here
Saturday, October 17, 2009
It is a dull Saturday here in Charlotte, a perfect day to sew all day, but alas I have to go to a wedding this afternoon!
One of our teachers, Paula Scaffidi, which I haven't featured yet, has some free tutorials on her website.
I think you might enjoy taking a look. Click here to go to Paula's website.
Friday, October 9, 2009
Here is a little background about David:
"About my quilts... My first quilt design was a collaboration with my friend and long-arm quilter Madeleine Vail. We finished our quilt in 2000 and it sold at a fund-raiser auction for $25,000. I was hooked. Who knew I would be still be doing this a decade later. Quilting has consumed my life, and fabric has consumed my home. I'm not one for stepping out of my box very often, but in 2006 I did convert to hand-applique, which I now love. I'm still machine quilting, as it is impossible to separate me from my Bernina 160. There is nothing more fulfilling to me than machine quilting. I'm now traveling the country lecturing and conducting workshops and having the time of my life."
David will teach a class on Pictorial Applique and give a lecture titled Reluctant Journey.
To learn more about David Taylor please visit his website here.
Come back tomorrow and I'll announce another teacher.