Today I taught a class called Scribble Applique. These are two examples of the work accomplished by two of the students. Each student worked from a photo or original image to create their own drawing and freely cut the fabrics to create these wonderful masterpieces. Aren't they wonderful? Everyone did spectacular work and it was hard choosing just two to post for you to see now. Sorry, the photos are a bit blurry, but they were taken with a video camera instead of a still camera.
I'm also sorry you will be missing my great adventure for a few days, but I cannot edit and post video when I'm on the road. However, I am really excited about being in St. Paul, Minnesota for the annual quilt show put on the the Minnesota State Quilt Guild. This show is one of the most organized and well-directed quilt shows around and it is all done by volunteers! It rotates each year to one of four cities in the state so that the travel is more easily distributed for the members.
If you don't know about my great adventure - click on the Rhapsody Reality BLog on the upper right of The Daily Blog and start from the very beginning.
If you are attending the Minnesota show be sure to visit me and say, "It's a New Day!"
Ricky, in unusually warm St. Paul, Minnesota. "Yah, it's warm fur shoor! You betcha!"