Tag: teaching

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Normally I would have spent the last few months teaching classes at my local quilt shop (The Corner Patch) and preparing for those classes. In between I might have gardened and played (sorry – ‘worked’) with Electric Quilt – perhaps designing next year’s Block of the Month classes for the shop. I would be making…

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So the advice is to stay at home and socially isolate; only go out if necessary and stay at least 2m away from anyone else. I come from a family of introverts. We are happiest behind our computers and other screens. We communicate largely by text not phone as (heavens!) we might have to actually…

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Hi everyone Time for an update on a few things I think. I feel as though I have been neglecting you all a little as I have been so busy, and life sometimes gets in the way of doing what you really want to. So with no more ado let’s move onward. World Quilts Would…

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Quilting samples (have I got time to do an extra one?); Workshop handouts (mostly written; need to finally proof read and print off);  Antique wholecloth quilts (which ones shall I bring? Maybe not the really heavy ones, as the class is upstairs); Mug rug sample (ooh, must get the backing on that!); pencils and erasers…