Podcast #232 — A little bit of this, a little bit of that
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Running time: 00:39:18 Size: 56.6 MB
A picture of my handmade journals, which will be available soon on Instagram (annismithqs):
Each are handmade, each are totally unique — and affordable. Follow me on Instagram to find out when they are available.
Here is my All Hearts Come Home for Christmas row quilt. I designed this in 2003 for my son, Ryan, and retired the pattern soon after I gave the quilt to him. Now, I will offer it as a pattern again beginning in October. If you’re interested, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know. If you need it before October (because you want to make it for Christmas), just drop me an email too.
It’s a pretty special quilt.
Here are the links to my YouTube videos for iquilt:
Annie Smith – Fat Quarter Magic
Adding Contrast to Your Quilts Tip
Tricks for Precise Measurements & Cuts
I’ll be teaching at Sew Yeah Quilting in Las Vegas in September 15-17th.
I’ll be at Studio Stitch in Greensboro, NC in November 17-19th.
I’ll be at John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC for one week in June 11-16th, 2017.
I’ll be teaching on a Quilting Cruise to Alaska in August 26 – Sept 5th, 2017. More info to come.
Here’s what the Bubblegum Mystery Quilt looked like:
Here are the students’ first draw at the machine:
And here is a sample of one of the student’s quilts:
I’ll soon add the workshop to my teaching brochure!
The quilt that my friend, Pam — the magnificent Zentangler quilted for me:
and here are a couple photos of Robin and Samantha’s wedding quilt:
The quilt, hanging from a tree. The reception venue was a friend’s farmhouse lawn, bedecked with antiques everywhere. A breathtaking event.
Here’s some closeups — their initials “carved” into the tree:
and some nest details. I tried my hand at some feathers here:
Both excellent books — definitely in my Top Ten!
Here’s the link to Christa’s Spray Basting tutorial.
Here is the Creativity poster quote that I shared with you:
And here is the business card that my son, Robin crafted for me recently:
P.S. The wedding quilt is a pattern that I bought from Carrie Bloomston when we both taught at Celebrate Quilts retreat in Flagstaff, AZ.
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