Art Quilting Steps and Missteps
Friday, September 6, 2024
Kathie will lead us through the steps she has followed in creating her most recent art quilts. Subject matter includes floral motifs, moths, and cycling. She will share her inspiration for the quilts, the techniques and products she uses, and how she samples them to find the right one. The process does not always go well, and she will tell us about those times, too. Kathie began quilting in 1988 and embroidering well before then. She is a certified quilt judge and enters shows herself, having won awards at Houston, Road to California, Pacific International Quilt Show, and AQS QuiltWEEK Paducah among others.
About the Speaker:
Kathie began quilting in 1988 and judging in 2002. She is certified through the National Association of Certified Quilt Judges and as a Qualified Instructor teaches the association’s Two-Day Introduction to Judging Seminar.
She is a national award-winning fiber artist who has completed rigorous courses through the City and Guilds Institute in London and the Lesage School of Needlework in Paris. Kathie had a solo exhibition at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Colorado and was the featured artist for The Oregon Garden and two quilt guilds.
For seven years, Kathie was a contributing editor to American Quilter magazine, writing and contracting over 115 articles and patterns.
Workshops offered by speaker:
Tape, Texture and Textile Paint
September 7, 2024 at 5:00:00 PM
Learn how to use ProChem textile color concentrate pigments to design fabric for your work by painting, texturing, and stamping using a variety of tools. Cotton canvas and two sheets of Printmaking paper will be provided. Instructor has available ten workshop-style aprons at a cost of $10.00 each. Students who would also like to design on one will pay the additional fee. Instructor needs a count in advance. Students are free to bring other fabrics to sample. These fabrics should be white or a light value, and solid rather than prints.
Bars, Beads and Drizzle
September 6, 2024 at 5:00:00 PM
Use your machine’s zigzag stitch to create satin stitch bars, beads and drizzle. See how effective the drizzle technique lends itself to appliquéing sheer fabrics that are otherwise difficult to handle. Drizzle stitching creates strong texture across fabric and can be painted for another effect. Students will work with stars, hearts, and/or circles cut with AccuQuilt templates provided by the instructor. Plus bonus topic of making your own cord!
No workshops available