October Teaching

I spent a few days in Annapolis teaching for the Annapolis Quilt Guild. Robin and her sister Nancy were great hostesses. During class we worked on my Flower Vase layering with wonderful textural fabrics and embellishing fibers.

I then traveled to Colorado Springs to teach for the Colorado Quilting Council. Cyndi who organized the retreat was wonderful. On my arrival we had a lovely lunch at an English Pub at The Broadmoor.  

 We also visited the Garden of the Gods

On Friday we traveled to the retreat center and set up for the weekend. In the evening I  presented a power point presentation about my quilts and then taught my Flowerbed Quilt for two days. To my surprise I awoke to snow on Saturday morning. It snowed about a foot. What wonderful weather to bundle up and sew.

 Each student started with one of the twelve blocks. Working with hand dyed wool, velvet and embellishments.

 Kathy brought her version of my ‘Sew Your Seeds’ Needlecase to share with me. I love her happy colors.

 Many of the participants at the retreat brought house blocks for a charity quilt. Cyndi started piecing them together and shared it at Show and Tell. Some of my students also shared their blocks.

I then traveled to Orange County Quilters Guild in California.
I spent a couple of days in California teaching wool appliqué and embellishment. We worked on one of my pillows.

 We finished the day exploring a little embellishment.
I stayed with Karen one of my students from Sisters Oregon. She made me feel very welcome and it was nice to get to know her.

I then traveled across the country for a little fun. I meet Wendy, Melissa, Cathy and Kelly for our weekend trip to Rhinebeck, NY for the ‘Sheep and Wool Festival’.
Can’t wait to share our weekend with all of you.
Take care
Sue

10 Responses to “October Teaching”

  1. The French Bear says:

    What gorgeous stitiching and such beautiful details! I am signed up for your Calgary courses, see you at Dei's place!!! I am soooo excited!
    Hugs,
    Margaret B
    xx

  2. WoolenSails says:

    Wonderful places to have a retreat. As always, enjoy seeing the close ups of the work done in class and all the unique embellishments.

    Debbie

  3. Marisa says:

    Guau, como me gustaría estar cerca para asistir a tus clases y coser esas maravillosas telas de lana, con esos maravillosos apliques y filigranas. Marisa.

  4. Library Gal Quilts says:

    Can't wait until you come to Chico Sue! I know it's awhile away, but I am so looking forward to it! Your photos are inspiring! Pam

  5. Kentish Keg-Meg says:

    Wow such fabulous stitching.

  6. Jodi B. says:

    Hi Sue,
    I love seeing the many photos you share. Your work (and your students' work)is just fabulous. I look forward to the retreat in June at the Madeline Island School of the Arts. I hope we do a project with animals!
    Jodi B

  7. M and M plus 3 says:

    OMG! Lots of eye candy, Sue I'd love to take a class with you! You are such an inspiration for me. Any chance you'd be close to north Iowa anytime????

  8. Ricochet says:

    All your needlework/applique example are just gorgeous! I've been following you for a while now and just want you to know that your work is very inspiring.
    Best,
    Rikka J.
    http://www.ricochetandaway.blogspot.com

  9. Karen L R says:

    oh my goodness. Such beautiful work. I am smitten.

  10. Maggey and Jim says:

    What an array of eye candy.. I loved all the work..
    Maggey

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