I’m lecturing at the SAQA Texas May meeting
I’ll be presenting my lecture Modern Quilting: Philosophy or Aesthetic to SAQA Texas on May 5th. The Studio Art Quilts Association is a pretty interesting bunch of artists. I have lots of respect for art quilters and what they are able to do with fabric. In many ways, art quilters paved the way for modern quilters. The challenges both movements faced in their early days are similar. I’m sure I’ll learn quite a bit from them both in technique and history. The meeting is open to SAQA members only, but if you are interested in joining, check out their website.
As for posting quilts, I’m hoping to get back to posting this summer when my son starts pre-school full-time. I started a business, a new job, I’m helping plan QuiltCon and I’m still a SAHM the majority of the time. My plate is overflowing in many wonderful ways that I am thankful for! Although I do miss this blog and all you super amazing quilters.
I imagine I’ll have a ton of amazing work to search through once I’m back in the game. I’m looking forward to it!
I love modern quilting and the fantastic people I meet in our world of quilting. I love the debates, the lovers and the naysayers. I am constantly inspired and amazed by all of you. I hope to meet many of you in Austin 2013. The last few years have been amazing and I can’t wait to see what will happen in the next few years!