I mentioned yesterday that I taught two workshops last weekend for the Contemporary Quilt and Fiber Artists. I was so proud of my students, and would like to share some of their good work with you.
The first workshop was on piecing fine lines. This technique is close to my own heart; that's almost exclusively what I have been making for the last four years. While the technique is a little tricky at first, I'm happy to share the tips I had to learn the hard way on how to sew neat, skinny lines. But what to do with the technique once you learn it?
My own work has sorted itself into two categories, to which I have given the fancy labels of large-to-small and small-to-large. We did exercises in both approaches at the workshop.
some large-to-small exercises from the workshop