Saturday, January 23, 2010

Master Class/Independent Study, Final Day

Today was our last working day together.  What a wonderful group of artists!  Everyone was focused, worked hard, and achieved some very exciting results.  I think it was one of the best master class sessions we have had in all the years I've been participating.

I am putting the final touches on several sample pieces that I have prepared to send along with an article I have been writing for Quilting Arts magazine.  I cannot show images yet.

Instead, I'll include a couple of photos taken of my work table and my messy silk screen.  Thanks to Laura Beehler for taking these for me!

see the Spoonflower cloth hanging slightly behind me to the right?  That is soon to be a new quilt!

This is one messy, crusty screen.
I love it.

I just printed boarding passes and will be flying into Des Moines tomorrow, then driving north (along with my husband and 2 out of 3 daughters) to northern Iowa to celebrate my father-in-law's 90th birthday on Sunday.  How amazing is that?

I'm tired.


  1. I want to be tired like that! Hope you have a wonderful celebration for your father-in-law's birthday!


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