Anna Hergert, Art & Design

Peachland, BC Quilt Workshop Memories

email size Linda Schmidt hangingAs quilt teachers we often hear “We will get together and show each other our finished work. We promise to send pictures.” or something along this idea. I am not sure if any of you can imagine how it makes my heart sing to actually open one, or more emails and receive a gallery of images with finished art quilts started in one of my workshops.

Last November I was invited to Peachland, BC to gather with the Quilt Canada 2013 Local Organizing Committee. The group had received a bursary from the Canadian Quilter’s Association to invite one teacher. It was to honor everyone’s hard work and commitment in  working together to deliver an exceptionally well organized conference. Imagine my surprise to be chosen as the teacher, and even better, the group decided they wanted me to deliver one of my favorite three-day workshops, “Color, Composition & Dimension.”

Here is the recap of my time in late November 2013. And here are images of the finished work. Make sure you visit the original post and then carefully look at the images below. I am so proud of everyone! Thanks Joanne, for taking the pictures and sending them along to me.

email size Linda Schmidt hanging email Linda Schmidt detail IMG_2478 email Marilyn Govier hanging IMG_2457 IMG_2461 email size coming up roses by Marianne Parsons email Rita Macdonnell wall hanging IMG_2474It brought back some amazing memories. You have made me very proud and I know that at least one piece will be part of a local group challenge…

 

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4 thoughts on “Peachland, BC Quilt Workshop Memories

  1. To give proper credit, some of the pictures were mine and some were Marianne’s.

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  2. Linda on said:

    Thanks you for the great blog. All pieces are very unique. I am sharing the post with some friends.

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