Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Workshop Pictures!

As I had mentioned last week, I taught 'Organic Piecing' at Philly Modern Quilt Guild this past Saturday.
The retreat was held in the art studio of Waldorf school in Philadelphia.
Here are some pictures of the students' work.
Fall colors!
Bright and cheery vintage curtain fabric in use!
Cool winter hues
Little bit of Spring and Summer
Background for an applique
Jessica Levitt of 'Juicy Bits'
Jessica Levitt
Jessica taught a class on color theory before my workshop. She is also an author of a book. Visit her blog to find out more about her work.

It was a lot of fun to be surrounded by quilters who were already thinking outside the box.

Here are some pictures of artworks in progress by the students of the school.




Students learn how to make a soft sculpture of themselves before they graduate.
Fun!

Have a wonderful day!



12 comments:

  1. Whoa Sujata! I love the name "Organic Piecing". And your students - so creative. A testament to your teaching techniques!

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  2. Great work, love them all! Cheryl is right "organic piecing" is the perfect name!

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  3. Wish I could have been there. I love the quilt in the previous post and your students' work. It must have been fun.

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  4. EVERY student's work is wonderful! A testament to your teaching and technique! They all look so happy too. Congratulations on a successful class!!

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  5. I would have loved to come to your class-and thanks for sharing the Waldorf art too.

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  6. wow - looks like a fun workshop with fun student. Loved seeing the other art pieces, makes me want to take a class in painting or pottery again.

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  7. What a fantastic class! Looks like everyone went home with work to be proud of...

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  8. All your students work is wonderful!! Don't you love the way everyone uses such different colours. Thanks for the link to Jessica's site, I hadn't heard of her before. It was fun seeing the other crafts too, what a great place to have nearby.

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  9. I wish I could have been there to take your class! The results look fantastic. Great teacher makes for great students' results.

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  10. Wow! love the students' work plus the classroom art is marvelous! I particularly like the vintage curtain one: could green be replacing RED in my heart? love the clay spirals!

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  11. Looks like a very fun class to attend!
    ; )

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  12. There is something about solids which just makes me drool.

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