Friday, March 27, 2015

Diane's quilt and Windmill class at Burkholders

Last night I received a lovely email from Diane Fulton from Wisconsin. She used the silk solids and pieces of Indian prints from her stash.
She writes, ''It was definitely a departure for me, but I sure had fun!  I'm not done with the book yet, I have a few other things in mind.''

Thank you, Diane for sharing your quilt!

I love her color choices. I think the bright solids and dark backgrounds play well together, don't you? Diane did quite the fusion with Indian prints and African colors.
''Triangles'' Quilt made by Diane Fulton inspired from Cultural Fusion Quilts

If you have a quilt you are working on from my book and would like to share, please send me an email. I will be happy to post it here or on Cultural Fusion Quilts blog. If you would like to be blog about it yourself, even for a post, I will be happy to send an invite. You can write about your process. I would prefer to hear about it in your own words. 

I also wanted to let you all know, I will be teaching a class at Burkholders fabrics on Wednesday, 1st April. This is my first class since the release of the book. It is going to be held at the Cocalico Quilter's Inn.  Come join me!!!



There are few spots left, if you are interested, please click on the link and click on classes.
  www.burkfabric.com.


Thank you all for reading the post from yesterday. It meant a lot to me.
Sujata

10 comments:

  1. If only the class were closer (geographically) . . .

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  2. Diane's quilt is wonderful in every way!!

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  3. I love Diane's quilt! It's a fun variation.

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  4. I was in the area last summer, and certainly spent money and time in Burkholders. good luck with your class.

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  5. Stunning quilt from Diane, love the fabrics and the setting she has used.

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  6. Diane's quilt is simply gorgeous. Like you, I love the fabric mix she chose.

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  7. Hi Sujata, I love your last book, and I've made this quilt, the same that you show in this post, Kristine.

    https://quilteuseforever.wordpress.com/2015/02/06/envie-de-fleurs/

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  8. I love both quilts with the contrasting colors and strong designs. I wish that I lived closer so that I could sign up for your class!!

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  9. Wow diane's quilt is really awesome! My friend, Susan McD is taking your class on wednesday!

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