Tuesday, 20 March 2012

teaching...epp! (& ekk!)

improv mini quilt for ray stitch workshop

after years of turning down teaching jobs i decided i couldn't turn down the chance to teach my portholes technique at the fat quarterly retreat in london in june. i still have a lot of enquiries about how it's made and it's one of those things that's easier to show than explain.

then things got quite interesting...annie from the village haberdashery emailed to ask if i'd like to do a workshop for the london modern quilt guild and i suggested they came here to me to learn how to screen print. it's early days yet, but it looks like there's enough interest for 2 groups on 2 days.

since then i've been in talks with the lovely michelle at the beautiful ray stitich in london to teach a workshop on improv quilting using pieces of summersville. so that's organised for may. there are only 6 places on that one, so do get in touch with ray stitch if you're interested. and browse the utterly gorgeous website if you get a chance, it looks amazing, i can't wait!

so, look at me getting out and about...like a bloomin' professional and all that. (EKKKKKKK!)

3 comments:

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Yvonne Brown said...

Ooops! Lucie you'll be a teacher before you know it

Anonymous said...

For those who live on the other side of the world and can't make it to the retreat, is there any other way to learn your technique ?

lu summers said...

thanks for your comment - at the moment i've no plans to do a tutorial on improv quilting but i will announce it on my blog if that changes!