Houston classes – Thursday

31 10 2014

I did two classes at Houston today. One was a long-arm class on figuring out border designs without using maths (for non quilters a long-arm is a really big quilting machine… Google it, or check the photo below). For the quilters: Cindy Franks was the tutor, and Karlee Porter was the Handi Quilter ‘go to’ person (we were on HQ Avante 18s).

The other was a taster class where 16 presenters are in a big room and 300 students move to the tables of the presenters they want to hear describe their techniques. It sounds more chaotic than it was and I got to go to the four I wanted to listen to… One on thread painting,  one on heliography,  one on using man-made materials like Tyvek,  and one on creating images when you can’t draw.

Not many photos today as what I did didn’t lend itself to photos.

Photos from the classes I attended: https://www.flickr.com/photos/rhondamadeit/sets/72157646687403214/

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The photo above is the back!

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31 10 2014
Mary Ed Williams

Oooooooo, I am so jealous! What a fun, fun time for quilters!

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