Many Months of Teaching

It has been a few hectic months with much travel, moving to a new facility, trying to get into the rhythm of all our commitments for 2015 and our introduction of new threads and books. I am so excited about all the new ventures we have in store for this year. I feel like all the hard work and commitment from all of us here at Sue Spargo Folk-art Quilts is really paying off. Many thanks to everyone involved I could not do it with out you.

Here are some great teaching engagements from past months with wonderful ‘Creative Stitching’ from the students.  I am sharing a visual of my travels. Here goes I hope you enjoy.

Deer Country Quilts – Seeley Lake, Montana

Garden State Quilt Guild – New Jersey

Raintree Quilting – Juneau, Alaska

Empty Spools – Pacific Grove, California

All In Stitches – Zumbrota, Minnesota

York Quilt Guild – Toronto Canada



Prairie Star Quilt Guild – St Charles, Illinois

Honey Run Quilters – Chico, California

Patchwork Garden – East Amherst, New York

5 Responses to “Many Months of Teaching”

  1. Paige says:

    Thanks for all of these wonderful pictures, they show so much creativity. It gives some really great stitch combinations for me to try.

  2. Darlene says:

    Ahh, I have so missed seeing the classroom pictures, they are such an inspiration. I love how each piece even though it is the same is so different. Absolutely loving the new Elganza thread. The shorter spread between color variation on the thread is perfect for enhancing our wool projects with our special stitches.

  3. Dee Whisnant says:

    lovely lovely LOVELY! Love you colors, designs etc. can’t wait to see what else you have going on!

  4. Julie Galewski says:

    Lovely and so very inspirational! I had the extreme pleasure of attending your trunk show at All in Stitches, Zumbrota, MN. It was fabulous and absolutely awe inspiring! I enjoyed the evening immensely!,

  5. Sandi H says:

    I’m looking forward to my class with you in June in Vancouver Sue.

    Thanks for the new inspiration.

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