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Just Foiling Around

March 24, 2010

Next month I’ll be teaching one of my favorite classes at the American Quilt Festival in Paducah, Kentucky. This is one of the BIG shows in the quilt world and it will be my first time there. I’m excited! I’ve heard so much about Paducah’s Artist Relocation Program, it sounds like a dream come true to me. Caryl Bryer Fallert has her studio there now and I’ve always wanted to be Caryl Bryer Fallert when I grow up.

 
 




But I digress. The class I wanted to tell you about is called “Just Foiling Around: Foil, Glitter, and Painted Wonder-Under.” Yup. You heard right – painted Wonder-Under. It’s fusible paint – you can tear it, cut it, play with it, and I’m completely addicted to using it in my work. It gives a lovely and mysterious texture to the surface of your work and is a very versatile.















I’m also addicted to the shine and whimsy and wonder of foil. It can be very subtle or flashy, smooth or textured, and yes, it comes in many colors other than gold – I just have a thing for gold.
 
 
 
 

 

There is still space available in the class. #6504 on Wednesday Evening the 21st of April from 5:30 – 8:30pm. Late in the evening I know – but I’m hoping to have enough room in my suitcase for …. chocolate! If that isn’t worth coming for I don’t know what is!? Hope to see you there.
 
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3 Comments

  • Reply
    Jane LaFazio
    March 25, 2010 at 1:34 pm

    sounds so fun! wish I could be there.

  • Reply
    Deborah Younglao, Silk Painter
    March 25, 2010 at 2:43 am

    Teaching in Paducah sounds exciting!

    I discovered painted wonder-under and mistyfuse some time last year, they are truly wonderful!

  • Reply
    Lynn Weathers
    March 24, 2010 at 3:25 pm

    I wish I could go! I've been to Paducah a few times, but never for the show. The Hancocks of Paducah is an awesome quilt store. If you get a chance, go! It is a HUGE store.

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