Today's podcast features a conversation about my recent travels, teaching, and some new adventures.
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Here are some photos from the surface design class I taught for Quilters Connection:
And here is Carol Anne Grotrian talking to us about how to critique quilts.
The two quilts in the photo are both hers -- two variations on the same idea, one more successful than the other.
During the Workshop, there was a team of women stretching all the Ruby Red Quilts onto canvases. You can see my little owl on the table:
Most of the quilts had a red background, so I'm thinking my white-on-white background is going to pop in the big group of them. I'm super excited to see them all together!
As a side note, the guild is hosting a two-day class this weekend that Frances Holliday Alford is teaching and there are still spots available. You don't have to be a guild member to sign up. More info HERE.
Last but not least, I mention "Bullet Journaling" in the podcast. If you don't know what that is, this a great article all about it: WTF is a Bullet Journal & Why Should You Start One? An Explainer.
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