What a week it has been! My brain is saturated with colors and inspiration and filled with best of the best memories.
My classes were filled with individuals wanting to try something new. I learned so much from watching them work on freeform blocks, try different combinations of colors and share their stories and thought process as they worked each day.
|Students' Work - Crossroads|
|Students' Work - Organized Chaos|
|Students' Work - Hourglass Twist|
|Students' Work - Windmills|
|Photo by Valori Wells|
After seeing everyone working so passionately, I am eager to get back to my design wall. So happy and thankful to have experienced being part of the teaching staff at Quilter's Affair. I am specially thankful for those who signed up for my classes. I met many fb friends, teachers and artists I have admired for many years in person for the first time.
What an amazing experience! Thank you Jean and Valori Wells!
I loved seeing many of the quilts posted around Instagram. Your designs are a joy to see in these different interpretations.ReplyDelete
My friends were in your classes and just raved about you! We enjoyed meeting you and seeing all the quilts in the Teachers' Tent. So inspiring!ReplyDelete
Kristen, It was nice to meet you too! It was great to see all of those quilts in the tent. I can't believe how fast the week went by!Delete
What a wonderful experience!ReplyDelete
All lovely--especially love the crossroads ones....hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
Thanks! And I spotted two of my friends in the last photo with you - Cathe and Maren. :)ReplyDelete
Such wonderful ladies and gifted artists they both are! I had dinner with them and we discussed quilt of India.Delete
The collages of your students work show what a great time everyone must have had! It's great to see you getting around and having such wonderful experiences!ReplyDelete
Love, Love, Love!ReplyDelete
How amazing! I WILL make it to that show eventually, I am determined!ReplyDelete
I'd like to see that show too! And take one of your classes :)ReplyDelete
looks like such fun. I hope to make it there someday!ReplyDelete
How wonderful to see you so happy in such a marvelous place. Thank you for sharing your photos over the course of the week for those of us who were not in Oregon. Many hugs!ReplyDelete