A big congratulations to Folk School instructor, Audrey Hiers, for her American Wildflowers quilt, featured in McCall’s Quilting March/April 2015 issue! Read my interview with Audrey from November 2014.
And consider Audrey’s upcoming class:
“Crazy Dazies” – Tilt and ‘Qué!
March 15-20, 2015
Explore a simple way of tilting blocks for an asymmetrical and lively look to your quilt. This is a different method than you may have tried in the past and will save a lot of fabric. While we’re at it, how about a bit of raw-edge applique to apply vibrant and fun daisies? You may choose any size project you wish, from wall hanging to large quilt. All levels are more than welcome. Some sewing machine experience and rotary-cutting skills are helpful.
Register for “Crazy Dazies” – Tilt and ‘Qué!
Cory Marie Podielski is a freelance graphic designer, photographer, and writer for the John C. Campbell Folk School. She has been writing for the Folk School Blog since 2012 and enjoys interviewing artists, musicians, and craftspeople. In her spare time, she enjoys playing the banjo, dancing, printmaking, playing in clay, and assisting in Folk School bread baking classes. podielski.com
This message is for Audrey Heirs. I’m making the Playful Posies quilt featured in May/June, 2019 Quiltmaker magazine. I know you said you used the pieces you had on hand, but do you know who makes the fabric listed as “white floral” in the material section? It looks like a stencil flower in a variety of colors.
Thank you in advance for your reply.