My friend Anne Lullie has a great workshop called "Colorplay". I know some of you quilters out there are "shy" about color and this is the perfect opportunity, if you live in the IL or WI area, to experiment with lots of color in a fun and stress free environment."There are several spots left for my Half-day "Colorplay" workshop on Saturday Feb 7th 10 a.m-1 p.m. This is a very fun workshop where students learn about color theory and "playing" with color as they learn to use the color wheel, and the kit of pre-fused fabric in oodles of colors. This workshop is for all levels of quilter's; anyone who would like to get out of the house, have some fun with us, and can use an iron will enjoy this workshop! Great for curing Cabin Fever; and injecting some colorful ideas into your winter quiltmaking. Please contact: Jan Fenwick email firstname.lastname@example.org Anne Lullie email email@example.com (Or reply to this email)my home phone is (847)658-2294 Anne Lullie"
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Edmonds WA. The Quilters Anonymous Quilt Guild invited me to teach and I was glad to get out of freezing Illinois!!!
Posted by Frieda Anderson at 6:26 PM
Monday, January 12, 2009
Sunday, January 11, 2009
Autumn Mums. I had more fun than I should have making this little quilt and after it was made I added in some hand details with Laura's hand dyed thread. It reminded me of being a teen ager and doodling with thread like I used to do. This was alot more fun than anything I've done lately. Something about "little" makes it seem so "Darling"
Posted by Frieda Anderson at 8:50 AM
Friday, January 9, 2009
Purple Coneflowers, I just changed the colors.
Posted by Frieda Anderson at 8:33 AM
Thursday, January 1, 2009
newest gradation. It grades from a rich rust orange to a musky navy blue with so many shades of brown inbetween the two. The perfect fabric to create that feeling of winter colors. It is my January special. For the month of January only this gradation will be featured at $22 a yard. Yards only. I know you'll love using it.
Posted by Frieda Anderson at 3:03 PM