I am home from the Original Sewing & Quilt Expo in Fort Worth, TX. My buddy Trae & I decided to go for the whole three days of the Expo and I'm so glad we did!
Thursday evening Trae and I took a quilt class from Rachel Griffith (PS I Quilt). We worked on Rachel's "Impromptu Quilt" and I hope to have a completed quilt top to share with you this week (there, I said it! Challenge on). Rachel is so much fun, and I need to be completely honest here, Trae and I were the class troublemakers. Rachel accused me of being a stalker of her blog/instagram/facebook but now we are friends, right? And if anyone is a stalker, it's her (I see you reading this Rachel! I'm totally on to you).
Sally, had this quilt on display....
The best part of the Expo for me what all of the wonderful classes. The teachers are outstanding and I learned something new from each one of them. Here are the classes I took:
Impromptu Quilt with Rachel Griffith
Delightful Wool Flowers with Barb Callahan
Clothing Zakka Style with Linda Lee
The Creative Business Model with Barb Callahan
Your Sewing Space: Make it Work with Debra Justice
Fabric Meets Metal Bangle Bracelets with Tammie Campbell
I will share more about the things I made/learned/bought in future posts. If you get the opportunity to attend an Original Sewing and Quilt Expo, go for it. You won't be sorry!