Kept In Stitches

Confessions of a fabric hoarder

One of the greatest advantages of belonging to a quilt guild is being able to attend meetings, be inspired by others, and learn from special guests that the guild brings in. Often, the guests teach a class for interested members. I’ve been fortunate enough to meet Jean Impey and take a Spider Web class with her before. This time she was teaching an improvisational block called Rustic Sun, and I jumped at the opportunity to spend the day with her and learn more about something that I love to do. Jean is an outstanding teacher and I look forward to her future projects.

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