Friday, June 19, 2015

Quilt Walking!

Last weekend I was down in Panguitch at the annual Quilt Walk Festival. As usual, always a good time! I taught my Wiggle Quilting class on Friday morning. There were 6 students and they all seemed to have a wonderful time!

My fantastic students!



 Here are some examples of my students work. Everyone did a great job playing with all of the various ideas that I had presented. One student said that she didn't think she could quilt her own quilts and that I "changed her life"! What wonderful praise! I floated around the rest of the day! I love it when a class goes smoothly!

Bernie in action

I then headed over to the open sew area. I was able to sit next to a friend I hadn't seen in a while and we sewed and chatted away the afternoon. 

Date your work!
I went through the quilt show with my friend Sandy. This vintage quilt was made from suiting wools. Some of the embroidery stitches were wearing away. I didn't get a full view of this one.


Close up
Another vintage quilt. This one had been made with all kinds of satiny fabrics. Tons of charm! She must have ran out of fabric, the last round has a variety of prints.

Wild flower
I had some lovely wild flowers in my "nature-scaped" backyard this year. I don't know why blogger rotates some of my photos, very annoying.

Sego Lily
This one is a Sego Lily, the Utah state flower. They only last for a week or two. But very lovely flower. I am working on a piece using this flower. One of these days I will show it off.

This is my off the wall post for this week.

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