Hello all, Mary Ellen here.
I’ve been at the computer quite a long time today, working on things needed for seminar. I took a break to check my e-mail and found two things “seminar-ish”.
The first is from a blog done by Martingale, a publisher of many quilt books, including those done by Karla Alexander, one of our national teachers from last year’s seminar. In it the writer talks about being a traditionalist and a way in which Karla helped her get out of the box. Here’s the post. If you took one of Karla’s classes last year, or have made anything from her “stack the deck” series, you’ll enjoy this.
The second was sent to me by Anita Grossman Solomon who will be teaching for us this year. Anita was a member of our guild many years ago, and has not forgotten her connection to us. If you have her book Perfect Blocks in Minutes, you might not have noticed this in the dedication. I have had that book for years, and didn’t notice it until Anita told me about it earlier this year while we were discussing which classes to have her teach for us. If you own the book, get it out and look at the dedication instead of going to this link. It’ll be more fun “in person”. Anita sent me the clip and I’ll share it with you. here it is.
It’s not too late to sign up for a seminar class. Come on….join us!