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Student Work

I’ve done a lot of traveling in the last couple of months: spoke to several guilds, attended quilt shows, and taught a workshop.  It IMG_4818has been  wonderful to meet and talk with people about their quilting and to share my techniques.  In between all of that I’m also hearing from people who have read  my book.  I love it when they send pictures of what they have accomplished.

Great work, Judy!

Great work, Judy!

 

 

 

 

One reader, Judy, sent me this photo of her with her friend Jane, and the thread-painted portrait she made of Jane.  I was pretty impressed.  Thanks for sharing.

 

 

Finally, here are photos of some of the ladies in my Thread-Painted Portrait workshop  at Quilter’s Station in Lee’s Summit, MO. What a delightful group.

First-time thread-painter, Janet. Go girl!!

First-time thread-painter, Janet. Go girl!!

Karen building on basic skills

Karen building on basic skills

Shirley was the speed demon

Shirley was the speed demon

 

 

Jane adding to an already extensive skill set.

Jane adding to an already extensive skill set.

Clara had thread-painted landscapes, now faces

Clara thread-painted landscapes, now faces

Barb drove hours to be with us--what energy.

Barb drove hours to be with us–what energy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now, I’m preparing for a workshop and some lectures that I’ll be giving at the Festival of Quilts in Birmingham, England in August. Will I see you there?

 

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