Whenever I teach this workshop I invite students to send me pictures of the projects they create with the techniques.

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– Friday, September 12, 2014; 9 – We’ve created a website about the event with loads of information about Pat and all the details on the event. There are a few spots left in the workshops, and they’re going fast.

If you’re interested in signing up you may contact Kathy Frye: [email protected] After a wonderful trip to Philadelphia (to watch the fireworks on the Delaware River with a group of my cousins!

), Mike and I returned home with enough time for me to get a good night’s sleep, repack and head up to Door County for a teaching engagement with a lovely guild named the Trillium Quilters.

A bunch of us had a lot of fun on Thursday playing with color, fabric and design in my “Where Do I Start With Fiber Art” class.

I liked the combination but couldn’t figure out what to do with them. I have added teal batik and some black and tan strip fabric from my stash.

After I had your class I decided I was going to use those black painted fabrics using your technique. I also did beading, but it doesn’t show up very well in the picture. The tape on the finger worked really well when I was doing the beading. I am anxious to show them at the next guild meeting.

What a great way for Karen to use the surface design fabric she had created with Paint Stiks!

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Three Milwaukee area quilt guilds: Crazy Quilters (Mukwonago), West Suburban (Brookfield) and Patched Lives (Wales), are teaming up to bring nationally known quilter, speaker and teacher, PAT SLOAN, to Wisconsin for a 4 day event!