In September I had the opportunity to participate in the Edwardsville Art Festival. I am thankful to have seen so many of you come by and say hello, and enjoy the art. Once again, this year I received a Merit Award for my artistic talents. Gratitude fills my heart at the acknowledgement of my hard work.
This month I have had the privilege of teaching at Jackman’s Fabrics both in O’fallon, Illinois, and in St Louis, Missouri. It is always fun to introduce a new class to the area. My landscape quilt class is an exploration of creativity, fibers and techniques that allow the student to have fun. My students definitely had a wonderful time in the class, and excelled at being creative!
Lastly, I had the opportunity to teach at the Craft Alliance at Delmar Loop a silk ribbon wildflower garden class. It was a class of three students, and we met one day a week for three weeks. Unfortunately one of the students was ill, and couldn’t finish the class, but the other two enjoyed learning this wonderful art, and had a great time creating their own unique versions of wildflowers.
Thank you all who participated for allowing your creativity to soar!