My Mystery Quilt Classes are More than a Mystery

Posted by on 7 October 2019 | 0 Comments

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Have you ever taken an online quilting mystery workshop? They sure can be a lot of fun as you work your way through them. I've written a couple of these and I have to say, neither is only about the mystery. Both workshops include a lot of learning as well. My most recent mystery is based on art quilting definitely written for those quilters who would like to dabble in art quilts but unsure where to start or art quilters who just want a bit of fun in designing and creating.

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Bedazzled and bamboozled by color?

Posted by on 7 October 2019 | 0 Comments

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Bedazzled and bamboozled by color? Consider a class! Once you know the basics of color theory, color choices become so much easier...in any medium.

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Can You Pick the Vanishing Point?

Posted by Anita on 6 October 2019 | 0 Comments

Perspective can be an important element of art quilting depending on your style of quilting and what you want to portray. If your work is abstract, perspective may or may not be important to a particular piece.

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One Hour Per Week!

Posted by on 29 September 2019 | 0 Comments

Love quilting but can never have time to get started? ....or finished? Elizabeth Barton has the answer!

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Make a Quilt Label for Printing

Posted by on 20 August 2019 | 0 Comments

bargello blues label exampleMost people have Microsoft Office on their computer, but unless you purchased it with your computer, you may not so I decided to add a tutorial for those who haven't. You can download OpenOffice which is similar to Microsoft Office for free and it may not be quite as good, but it does just as good a job when it comes to making a quilt label... and in some cases is better for some things.

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Quilts for the City of Atlanta

Posted by on 12 August 2019 | 0 Comments

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Happy to say that Elizabeth Barton, one of our teachers, has recently had several quilts purchased by the City of Atlanta for their public libraries...  including an abstract quilt. Elizabeth has two abstract quilt classes one of which is Abstract Art for Quiltmakers (starts Friday) that focusses on women abstract painters. The class covers a lot of ground for there are many different kinds of abstraction

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Quilting Inspiration

Posted by on 1 July 2019 | 0 Comments

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Knowing what colors or fabrics to use when making a quilt is only part (but a very important part) of the way to creating a beautiful quilt. The rest comes in the creation, stitching, quilting and embellishing. Today I want to visit the quilting side of things, one of my favorite parts of quilt making.

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How much do you know about color?

Posted by on 23 June 2019 | 0 Comments

I'm so pleased to see this workshop by Elizabeth as so many students ask me about color... Color combinations, color and contrast, value, intensity, and temperature. Now I can direct them to this in-depth class so they can learn it inside out with the help of veteran teacher/designer Elizabeth Barton. She doesn't leave any stone unturned!

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Zentangle Mushrooms - what a delight

Posted by Lee Vause on 18 June 2019 | 0 Comments

Just a little time out tangling a simple drawing trying to keep my drawing skills at a reasonable level while also promoting my brain activity!!!

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How to Draw a Flying Geese Border in Perspective

Posted by Anita on 3 June 2019 | 0 Comments

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Amazing designs can come about when you draw in perspective and it isn't as hard as you might think. Anita Eaton teaches an online workshop for simply that, "Perspective in Quilting" and today she is offering a free short tutorial on how to draw a Flying Geese Border in perspective. If this whets your appetite for perspective creations, then wait till you see her workshop!

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