Quilts at the Creek Workshop Recap
This weekend, I had the pleasure of teaching a few workshops in Toronto, Canada. It was a part of the Quilts at the Creek show, and was so much fun! On Friday, I taught a workshop on (my style of) Graffiti Quilting. I don't have many photos of the class, since it was so packed with work, but here's just a few of the things we learned how to quilt:
We alternated between drawing and working on domestic machines.
On Saturday, we worked on the Icy Waters quilt from my book, Paper Pieced Modern. It was such a blast to see the quilt done in different colorways, and to see their laid-out quilts grow throughout the day. I've really been considering remaking this quilt in grayscale, so I was so excited to see what it looked like when one student opted for that colorway! I worked on a new version using my Cotton + Steel basics:
It's been a lot of fun for me to be able to return to teaching, especially in a topic that I'm so passionate about. If you would like to take a workshop with me, there's still a few spots left in my QuiltCon Crackle workshop, or you could ask your local shop/guild to invite me to your area! I'd love to meet you and sew together. I met so many wonderful ladies this past weekend, and I really cherish the time I'm able to spend with my students.