QV2018: Day 16: Houston Quilt Festival

For those of us who are not able to trek to the fabulous quilt event in Houston,TX, that has just begun, Rhonda has posted her first photo melange of what has impressed her thus far. Grab a cuppa and follow the Flickr link provided for quilts that defy imagination!!!!

Rhonda Bracey: At Random

Today was my first day of classes at the Houston international Quilt Festival. I had an all-day drawing class (‘Abstracting from nature’ with Jane Sassaman. I don’t think I’ve ever spent 4+ hours drawing in one day, and it was surprising how much better I got with that sort of practice! I’ll do a separate blog post about that class later — it’s late and I have to finish this post and get ready for my two classes tomorrow.

After class, the Festival opened for 2 hours to delegates, before the general public could gain access to both the quilt exhibition and the vendor mall. As in previous years, my strategy is to start from the back, work the whole back section, then move to the front section — by then, the crowds have started to head back. It’s worked well before and so it did again tonight. My…

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A quilter who rides motorcycle, living on a small hobby farm in southeastern Minnesota. Grandmother and Great Grandmother.
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