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Stash Report July 1, 2012

No fabric in this week.  I used 1/8th yard for the Quilt University class exercises.  Here’s the latest one, exploring shape.   The top piece is meant to convey calm, stability and solidness.  The bottom piece is less formal and … Continue reading

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More Class Exercises

I got through another exercise for the Quilt University class.  This one used black and white photocopies of fabrics from our stash instead of real fabric.  The lesson still falls under visual texture.   I really enjoyed this exercise, and … Continue reading

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Quilt University Class With Lyric Kinard

I can’t remember whether or not I mentioned signing up for a class at Quilt University.  I signed up, and two days before the class started all hell broke loose at work.  Something comes up every time I sign up … Continue reading

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Drop Out

Over the past few months I’ve thought about taking a class.  Mostly I’ve thought about drawing and painting classes, but I considered quilting classes too. The Quilt University newsletter showed up in my mailbox today, so I glanced through that.  … Continue reading

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Quilt University Class Sketch

I finished my sketch using the river photo as inspiration.  I’m happy with the design, but some parts didn’t translate that well to paper.   The sky will be pieced diamonds with subtle color differences between the fabrics.  I had … Continue reading

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Quilt University Design Class

I’m taking a class through Quilt University called Inspired to Design taught by Elizabeth Barton.  The instructor teaches students to design quilts using photographs as inspiration.  The class covers various styles, such as abstract, impressionist and collage. I chose my … Continue reading

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