Our next talented teacher is Kim Bradley from Sydney.
Kim is passionate about piecing, quilting and machine embroidery and produces her own designs for quilting, embroidery and appliqué. She is also one of the pioneers of colouring and embellishing quilts. At Festival, Kim will be teaching four classes, all are reasonably priced at just over fifty dollars and go for two hours each, you can see specific details here. There is something for all skill levels in Kim’s classes.
Kim’s first class is “McTavishing your way” where you will learn how to put your own spin on this popular style of background fill. You can also join Kim for Feathermology and be inspired to create perfect feathers and to go beyond feathers by adding different motifs to the spine. Kim’s next class, Beyond pantos, will help you take the leap into custom quilting. Learn how to confidently use rulers and templates as a base for your own stunning designs.
Lastly, you can get out of that design rut and join Kim in her Banish the Boredom class for a fun inspirational session to get your quilting groove back with freehand fills.
Now for some eye candy……………
Kim has her own website, kimbradleycreations.com where you can see some of her lovely designs and learn more about her.
Web Based Business Promotion
We’ve extended the deadline for this promotion to September 15th, if you’d like to take advantage of this great opportunity contact Sharon for further details. All you need to do is provide 500 business cards and pay $110 (GST inc) and we will do the rest. If you are concerned about the cost of your business cards Vista Print have a fantastic promotion at the moment. They are offering 250 cards for $2.00, 500 cards for $5.00 plus postage – now that’s cheap! Click here to go to their “Super Offer”.
Alzheimer’s Benefit Online Quilt Auction
The Online Quilt Auction will go “live” on the website on Saturday, 1st September; please show your support, by bidding, to those that have worked hard to produce such gorgeous quilts. These quilts have then been donated to us to raise much needed funds for Alzheimer’s research. Words cannot express the feelings that we’ve had handling these treasures and reading the memories attached to them – it has truly been a humbling experience! For further information on each quilt just click on the image of the quilt and you will be directed to another screen where you can read the story pertaining to that particular quilt including details of who made it. Please read the Terms and Conditions carefully to ensure you understand how the auction will be run.
Until next time,
Sharon & Tracey