Boerne Quilt Lecture
So it turns out, I make crazy faces while I talk about quilts….
Recently, I was asked to give my Books Trunk Show lecture to the Cibolo Creek Quilt Guild in Boerne, Texas. Samples from Deploy That Fabric, Learn to Sew Easy Curves and Hexagons Made Easy were showcased. We talked technique; we talked color; we talked shapes. It was fun.
I rolled up with 3 large suitcases full of samples to share. Probably about 50-something projects.
The guild has been around for about a year or so. They are new, growing guild north of San Antonio. Fair Oaks Ranch/Boerne area along the “I-10 Corridor”.
That quilt above is from Learn To Sew Easy Curves. It is easily my most favorite quilt in that book. Anna Maria Horner fabric assortment + recycled Army digital uniforms. It is scrappy and bold and patriotic and contemporary all at the same time.
Then I thought you might also like to see these goofy-faced pictures…
You know what is also great? Weird Al Hair. Just sayin…. I love Weird Al, by the way. I wish Karaoke and Rock Band would have the Weird Al options to sing the songs with his lyrics instead of the artist original lyrics. That’d be sweet. The Weird Al plug-in or something. But I digress…
Back to the quilts – HUGE thanks to Cibolo Creek Quilters for having me out. I had a blast and cannot wait to see what you’ve made with the facing techniques.