More Slice of Improv Fun with Flying Needles' Quilters Guild

Mall Madness

Oh the places you go as a traveling quilt teacher.  The last workshop I taught was held in an animal shelter, and this time I was in a mall!  The Flying Needles' Quilters Guild conduct all their meetings and workshops in the Woodland County Fair Mall.  It is actually a really wonderful set up: a large store front for use with guild meetings and workshops, an equally large back storage area for guild supplies and plenty of parking available for members! 

Thursday evening, I presented my Challenge Yourself! lecture/trunk show and there was plenty of room to spread the quilts out between all the members.  I couldn't resist taking the picture above or of the quilty tilework found throughout the mall. 
Quilt Inspiration at Your Feet

Back to the mall the next day for a Slice of Improv workshop. 
Storefront Workshop

What fun to see how everyone truly embraced improvisational piecing and added a slice of themselves into the mix...
Wool Wonders

Getting Into the Holiday Spirit

Radient Gradations

Perfectly Plaid

More Improvisational FUN!!

Slice of Improv & FUN with the Flying Needles' Quilters!!

Many thanks to Roberta, Sherry, Lana and the entire Flying Needles' Quilters Guild for a super fun two days!!  Hard to believe that this marks my culmination of teaching engagements for 2018!  As much as I love traveling and teaching, I am looking forward to taking the month of December off to wrap up some UFOs, reorganize, recharge, and gear up for another great year of teaching that kicks off in January!!

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  1. If you teach long enough on the quilting highway….perhaps you’ll be as stunned as I was to find myself teaching in a funeral home!

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    1. Oh my! That would be quite the venue! One of my workshops did coincide with a funeral/memorial...but it was held at a community center, not a funeral home!

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  2. It's such fun to see how enthusiastically your students embrace improv. And then you always notice the most interesting aspects of your surroundings. I hope next year is as exciting for you.

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    1. I always enjoy arriving a extra early as it gives me some time to explore and take pictures. So glad you enjoy. This group really embraced improv...and create a fun range of projects. Already looking forward to more teaching adventures in 2019!!

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