Thursday, February 8, 2018
Saturday, February 3, 2018
Susan is always exploring new ways of working... Maybe it is time for you to do the same.
Check out her classes at: http://www.qsds.com/classesbysession2018.html
And visit this posting on Susan's blog, or explore the links to videos of her working processes. You will be amazed by this one:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7olvabmW6Lw
Monday, January 15, 2018
Her five-day class will focus on working this way, starting with sketches then creating a quilt. Line is an important element in her work and that is the focus of her weekend class during Session 2. She often creates lines from fused fabric But she is also a master of machine quilting, so students are sure to become more confident about their machine quilting skills.
Sue is the author of several books, with another one in the works. Like many quilt artists, she uses her sketchbook to record ideas and start working out designs. She authored a book about the wildly successful Sketchbook Challenge. Check out her classes, the supply lists and more images of her work here:
Thursday, December 7, 2017
Maria will teach two classes during the second week of QSDS 2018. You will be amazed at what you can create with sets of strips and simple pieced shapes.
Learn more about Maria's classes and our other instructors and classes at:
Sunday, November 26, 2017
Deborah will teach two classes during the first week of QSDS 2018. Come for her 5-day class and immerse yourself in the rewards of working on a series of small fabric collages. Don't want to bring a sewing machine? This is a chance to explore collage and mark-making via hand stitching, so a machine is not an absolute must!
Check out Deborah's full class descriptions and all of our other classes at:
Monday, October 30, 2017
Check out his classes here: http://www.qsds.com/classesbysession2018.html
Saturday, October 21, 2017
Clare brings the wax, the pigments and about a gazillion tools for adding texture!
Carry this even further and experiment with forming vessels and small 3-D sculptures. Here are some small pieces created by her last group of students at QSDS.
If you are thinking about exploring encaustics, or are curious about adding other mediums to your textile pieces, then this is the perfect way to try it out and to learn from one of the best!
Clare's classes are #17 (5 days) and #22 (2 days) on the QSDS schedule.
Check them out and our other classes at: