Saturday, May 26, 2012

Are you going to Festival in Long Beach?

I can't believe it's nearly June! Time is flying by and in just a little more than a month Quilt Festival will be upon us. Here's the line up of classes I'll be teaching.

Thursday, July 26 
Alternatively Bound & Stitched NEW

Expand your free motion quilting repertoire with some creative free motion stitching exploration. Then bind your quilted samplers with several non traditional alternative binding techniques for art quilts: faced binding, couched twisted cord binding, and satin stitched binding.

Friday, July 27 
Color Theory

Did you know the color choices you make can transform an average piece of artwork into something spectacular? Be surprised and delighted by the effects and illusions you can create by understanding the mysteries of color. In this hands-on experiential class you’ll learn key color concepts with visual examples, mix new paint colors, and create helpful charts, all providing you with the tools you’ll need to see color in a whole new light.

Saturday, July 28 
10 Textile Techniques Using Acrylic Inks NEW

Explore a variety of painting techniques from textural backgrounds and surface design techniques to stamping, layering colors and more traditional painting and drawing with inks.

I'm looking forward to getting back to California for some fun in the sun, hanging with my fellow creative peeps and teaching a few classes, if you'd like to join me sign up now!


  1. Wish I could be there, Judy -- sounds like so much fun.

    Question: When you use the Daler Rowney inks on large pieces of fabric, do you pour them into a pan and use a large paintbrush? Do you dilute them? How far will one of those little bottles go?

    Thanks for your time and expertise.


  2. Hi Diane,

    the inks go pretty far, I don't dilute them unless I want really pale transparent colors, but I do tend to go through a lot of yellow, so that's what I run out of first. sells big bottles that are 6 times the paint for double the cost, so its totally worth ordering them that way if you like painting with them.


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