An adventure in trying out new things in applique and free motion quilting!
Hello Suzy!I am interested in your lovely new book but it seem a difficult to find much information about what is in the book...other than reading that it has a chapter on choosing fabrics.Is there a place that has more information on how many blocks are included? Previews?I checked the AQS site and Amazon as well.Can you tell me if your blocks would be user friendly for hand applique? How many blocks are included in the book?Thanks so very much and congratulations on creating such an eye catching book!
Hello!There are 12 blocks in the book. I love both hand and machine applique and they would be doable quite easily. The 12 blocks are those that are on the cover of the book.http://www.quiltviews.com/latest-release-folk-art-quilted-traditionsAbove is a link AQS shared with pictures of most of the projects in the book.Let me know if you need anything else :)Suzy
Just tried to register for your Feb 19 class in Prescott on free motion quilting but class is full. Are you teaching this any where else in the cities or planning another class in Prescott. There were at least 3 of us interested.
I will definitely talk to her about scheduling another class. If you email me directly I can sent you dates.
SUzy, would give me info for the painting you do one your quilts. What kind of paint, brushes, etc. also do you heat set the paint after dry. Also do you block your quilts. I am wanting to try painting on quilts and need all the advice I can get. Enjoy your blog very much. Thanks, Sharon in colorado
Angle brushes and Lumiere paints. Yes, they are heat set. I haven't tried blocking one with paints, so I'm not sure. Thanks Sharon!