Since the publishing of my book, "Embellishing with Anything", I have been invited to teach at several different locations on Vancouver Island. (My dream is to teach on a "quilter's cruise" some day). I was contacted just before Christmas about teaching at a guild. But the classes were all to be rather traditional and what I do doesn't fit into that category. I said so, and the woman who was organizing it came up with the idea of having a "Spring Art Fling" and have three or four teachers come in who would teach non-traditional quilting techniques. She would be in touch with me regarding the date when she had talked to other "art quilters" she knew of.
She contacted me again, and the class will be held in May. I prepared my sample, a supply list, and the instructions. I was quite pleased with my sample, and was looking forward to teaching this class. It uses one of the techniques in my book, but in a completely different way. Happy with my work, I emailed her a photo, the supply list and told her that I would get the sample to the guild meeting where the classes are being promoted through a friend of mine, Ionne. You can see her work at www.ionnequilts.com