Teaching patchwork and quilting to enthusiastic students is so rewarding that you hardly expect your students to bestow further gifts but look what I came home from the Cobargo retreat with: Jenny is a talented potter and screen printer and the graphic motif on this pin cushion looks great in my studio.
Well I am back from a wonderful weekend retreat with the South Coast and Country Quilters where I taught my Making Waves and Colour Rhapsody workshops. The drive to the fishing hamlet of Bermagui took over 7 1/2 hours so I was grateful that David was at the wheel leaving me reasonably refreshed. We took […]
Since I will be away from my computer for a few days, I thought I would take this opportunity to do some blatant self-promotion… I have developed a portfolio of project-based and technique-driven patchwork and quilting classes for teaching at shops or private venues on the Central Coast, in the greater Sydney metropolitan area and […]
Yesterday I taught my Serendipity Circles workshop for the very first time. Two of the participants were returning students but the rest found me, or at least my website. I am so glad they did because it meant I had enough students for the workshop to proceed and we had a fun day together. This […]
This is for my sister Amy who, perhaps with an eye to monitoring my aunt potential, sent me this e-mail: “I keep looking at your blog to see what you and Maggie have been up to – but there are no more updates yet!” Yesterday Maggie went to riding school and got to hang out […]
If you are reading this on Friday morning, Australian time, it is thanks to the wonder of WordPress as I am nowhere near my computer. Instead I am in the Hunter Valley teaching my Colour Rhapsody workshop after a spot of wine tasting yesterday. More stories upon my return… PS: I have some vacancies in […]