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Journal Quilts gallery

Posted by Ruth on 21 March 2015 | 0 Comments

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All quilts tell a story especially art quilts and journal quilts, which are usually a series of small quilts that reveal a longer tale. Often one journal quilt leads onto the next and it is amazing how their tale unravels. Lily Kerns class Journal Quilts starts this weekend and she shared with us, some journal quilts made from a few of her students who have taken this workshop. In this course, you make three small journal quilts to tell your story.

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Sharing a Student's success

Posted by Ruth on 5 August 2014 | 0 Comments

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The weather in Maryland has been great for vegetable garden with plenty of rain and mild temperatures, but that didn't stop Gin Keim completing her "Sewfasst" project made in Barbara Dieges online class. With Barbara's quick strip piecing techniques you not only save on time but also on fabric too.

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Still Life in Textile

Posted by Ruth on 13 July 2014 | 0 Comments

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Have you ever thought to make a still life in textile? I have a lot of fun turning fabric into quilt art so I made a quilting class to teach others and they come up with some amazing results. In the last session, Janet made this beautiful piece using a coffee cup and some fruit.

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Proud Teacher moment

Posted by Ruth on 1 June 2014 | 0 Comments

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Yesterday as I was checking into my Arbee Designs Facebook page, I found a message from one of my students.

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Portraits in Fabric

Posted by Ruth on 23 May 2014 | 0 Comments

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Marilyn Belford's Realistic Fabric Portraits online class begins again today so I wanted to share some of the portraits students made in the last session. All very amazing. Great job students!

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Bargello Seasons students

Posted by Ruth on 17 December 2013 | 0 Comments

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Bargello quilts have always fascinated me. In fact, it was a bargello that was one of the first quilts I designed. It was the detailed bargello, Bargello Blues created back in the early 90's. In 2003, Carol asked me if I would write a beginner's course in bargello to teach at Quilt University. The class has been a great success over a course of 10 years. I have had hundreds of students around the world learn the techniques of Bargello and today I want to share some of their work. 

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Lilians Circular Bargello

Posted by Ruth on 10 September 2013 | 2 Comments

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Lilian just finished her quilt in my Circular Bargello class. She had a fun time and it shows with the result of her beautiful quilt. She used yellow/gold through to brown fabrics. It is wonderful to see the different colors students use.

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Connies Tote

Posted by Ruth on 17 August 2013 | 0 Comments

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I had to share some photos of Connie Martin's tote. She made it in my "Tote That Mat" class at the Academy of Quilting.

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Bargello Seasons with Julie

Posted by Ruth on 21 May 2013 | 0 Comments

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Based on the Flame stitch design in needlepoint, bargello quilts fascinate everyone with their complexity and interplay with color and value.

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Zoo Friends accessories

Posted by Ruth on 4 April 2013 | 0 Comments

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Recently I had a student, Connie Martin shared some of her work she had completed in Zoo Friends - an online class by Jennifer Houlden. As Connie also works she didn't have time to make the class quilt right now, but she did manage to make some bibs and a pillow case to try the animal applique during class time. She will make the quilt later.

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