|A "Simple Symmetry" project|
The Museum Quilt Guild was happy to have Paula Nadelstern come spend a few days with us last week.
Many lucky members were able to enjoy one, or both, of two workshops during this time.
Paula brought a wonderful assortment of her fabrics for participants to choose from, and was happy to help us decide which to use.
Learning to make templates, and to understand "Bilateral symmetry".
And later in the day, deciding how to assemble the blocks.
|Each of us got a lot of personal attention and assistance|
On Friday, the class was called "Sixty-thirty", referring to the angles used.
|Paula explains her "seamless" technique|
Some of the blocks from class. (Sorry they won't straighten up and fly right!)
At the regular meeting on Saturday, we enjoyed Paula's Lecture on "Symmetry and Surprise".
And got to get up and close to a few of Paula's spectacular quilts!
This was the first "Sixty thirty" quilt she made.
It's always exciting to interact with the national teachers. They have all been gracious and giving and they have great stories to share!