Weekend Workshop

November 19, 2009 at 9:46 am 1 comment

I took a workshop this past weekend with Christine Fries-Ureel. She’s an amazing art quilter and teacher. Her forté is thread painting and embellishment. I learned a ton about the techniques and materials to create all sorts of dimension and shapes in fabric and thread. I started with one of her painted quilt tops and did the embellish stitching and created the cutest little hedgehog and leaves for him to live in. (See his little face down there?) It was tons of fun. Don’t miss a chance to see her work or take a class with her. Her story and journey to and through the quilting world is inspiring.


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  • 1. Kimberley Moran  |  November 19, 2009 at 4:15 pm

    You are just so damn cute. Nice work!

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