Art in the Park, smaller ones can be nicer. Comparison of Las Vegas’ blocks & blocks of art & a small more intimate one.
Most Etsy sellers are singular artisans making and selling their work, one piece at a time. They aren’t pumping out large quintiles of assembly line products. That’s the attraction.
Still, it’s challenging to keep shops full after several sales, the purpose of this whole exercise
It’s a happy “problem” to have. The best part is you can give yourself permission to work, focused on just what you love.!
Ann Fahl recently sent me her latest,“Applique`Ann’s Way”. I’m positive that this booklet will be welcomed with enthusiasm by quilters everywhere, myself included. . The right instruction can make all the difference.
Ann Fahl has done just that, provided excellent instruction for doing applique`.You’ll find it is easier than you imagined. She has provided clear, easy to follow instructions which simplify the process.
Susan Brubaker Knapp, quillt artist, art quilters, interviews with art quilters,
The first time I laid eyes on Frieda Anderson’s work, I was instantly in love with her work.What a feast for the eyes! The colors, the designs, the quilting, words can’t describe this wonderful artist’s quilts.
Art quilting, fiber art or whatever you choose to call it, has had its share of controversy. That statement might surprise many people. Let me give some background. For many traditional quilters, art quilts and the techniques involved didn’t seem to fit in with traditional quilting. Which was true, there were some elements of traditionalContinue reading “Art Quilting Beyond Arts and Crafts”
Here’s an update from Tracy McCabe Stewart. Material Ways I am thrilled my piece, “Cave Series VII” is included in the Material Ways Show! Information below: Fine Line Creative Arts Center in St. Charles will host “Material Ways,” an exhibit of art quilts created by our Illinois and Wisconsin regional members of SAQA, the Studio Art QuiltersContinue reading “Tracy McCabe Stewart Update”
As I mentioned in earlier posts, I want to interview the quilters who I have the highest respect and admiration for. I am thrilled and elated to offer this interview with Diane Gaudynski. When looking at her work you can’t help asking yourself ; ” How is this quality of quilting perfection possible on a machine quilted work?”. The nameContinue reading “Master quilter Diane Gaudynski-“How does she do that?””