Quiltaway with the San Francisco Quilt Guild

Rialto TreeI am very excited about participating in the San Francisco Quilt Guild’s Quiltaway, which is a biannual event that combines 4 instructors teaching 1-day or 2-day workshops. The Quiltaway will be held from Thursday, February 25 through Sunday, February 28. Here is the link that describes the Quiltaway and all of the workshops: https://strh.se/sFgJxavd0CQd?s=e

I will be teaching a 2-day workshop on creating landscapes in an impressionistic technique (similar to the pointillism in painting). This is an easy process that all levels can create stunning landscapes, starting from your own landscape photograph. I recommend that you work no bigger than 18” x 24” and focus on either a landscape without buildings or a portrait of a tree like the one on the left. This piece is called “Rialto Tree.”

This is the link to find out how to sign-up for the workshops:

http://www.sfquiltersguild.org/page.php?ID=34

This is a great opportunity to learn new skills in making quilts and enjoying the company of other quilters. This will be a fun weekend for everyone. I hope we get lots of students.

Comments

  1. Lin Teichman says:

    I can’t attend in February, please let me know if you run this workshop again!

    • Denise Oyama Miller says:

      Hi Lin –

      I won’t be teaching this class again until April 21-26, 2017, when I teach at Empty Spools Seminars at Asilomar with my friend, Nancy Ryan. It seems far away, but the time goes really quickly these days. I will let you know of other classes that I will be teaching in the Bay Area next year, when they come up. Thanks for your interest. I didn’t know you were interested in fiber art.

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