Friday, June 26, 2009

Happy 4th of July - Wonderful Student Work

Three Flags 1958 Jasper Johns Whitney Museum of Art New York Happy 4th of July. It is amazing it is a cool day here in Ohio. I am packing for my trip to Sisters Oregon. I love teaching there and am very excited abut the featured guest speakers this year. Right up my ally! I am teaching for 5 days so it has taken my two days to get organized and once again I am loaded. I have a very early flight in the morning and a couple of lay overs so I am planning lots of hand work. I have met many of my student that have completed my patterns so I decided to post lots of their pictures. Karmen Sunshine sent me these pictures of her Michelle Pillow. It is wonderful and I love the back. It is always fun to have a complete project. It will make you smile when you turn it over.
Robin Wallace I believe has made 3 different Savannah Bags from my "Urban Sac" book. I love her colors and the fabrics she used. This is a great little messenger bag.
Here is a great version of my Robyn Run the Hedge quilt. It was made and machine quilted with a variegated thread by Deb McCurnin from Mission, KS.
Hope you all have a fun filled 4th.
Creative Stitching


  1. Wonderful items that other's have done.
    I wanted to get the cd, but I am on a mac and never bothered to get the software to convert for windows. I do need to get a pc though, I need one for my sewing machine too, so one of these days I will get one and then I can get the software. Will you be making embroideries from your designs, for the machines?


  2. Enjoy Sisters! I'm just driving over for the day, but I wish I could take your class! Even though I only live about 3 hours away, I haven't been able to get over for several years. I'm so excited!

    I love the Michelle pillow -- and the back!

  3. Very, very nice, I loved seeing your students work.