Ribbon Challenge 2019
Great results for the challenge.
For the May workshop on the 18th we will be making mini barn quilt blocks and also working on UFOs. I will provide 12 inch(ish) square wood panels painted white. You will be able to paint your favorite block on it with acrylic paint. I have most of the supplies needed, plastic dropcloths to cover table, some acrylic paints, an assortment of foam brushes, some blue tape, etc. If you have some colors that you want in particular or if you like regular paint brushes, bring them. You will need a ruler, pencil to sketch design. As usual, bring something toward lunch and a beverage. There will be time to work on UFOs while paint is drying.
I have 11 people signed up already. If you haven’t signed up and want to do a block, let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-891-5798) so I have enough blocks cut and painted ahead of time. I will have a few extra for late comers.
Linda VanSchaick found this article about color bleeding and detergents interesting. www.colorwaysbyvicki.com/save-my-bleeding-quilt.html?fbclid=IwAR2YTQCxjzAfmJ0UIrxbZU9Z3_e0DEOQZo-hD04pnpQUjsO-9qq-kLjKGx
I added it to the quilting links page, also.
I will add other article links, other guilds, shops that you like to the quilting links page. Just let me know and I will post.