Watch artist, author and teacher, Deborah Boschert as she explores the possibilities of creating surface design with commercial fabrics. Seeing a need to help students overcome the struggle of getting started, Deborah shares a practical and easy way to self-evaluate your composition throughout the entire design process.
Then quilt historian, curator, and quilt broker Julie Silber, takes us on a history lesson via the lives of ordinary women, using quilts from the 1820’s to 1950. You don’t want to miss this fun and information packed show.
Deborah shows how to approach a quilt project using a design guideline. The design guide helps get over the fear of the blank page. From selecting a fabric palette to composition choices along the way, Deborah breaks the process into manageable and easy questions as she builds a piece.
Julie takes us on a history lesson with quilts from the 1820s to 1950. As a quilt historian who studied American History in college, she was drawn to learning about the lives of ordinary women. Julie shares quilts and interesting details from the time period.
Ricky and Deborah are huge fans of the musical Hamilton. They share fun stories and discuss why the musical has had such a big impact on them.
Head, Heart and Hands: A Workbook for Developing Your Creative Voice by Deborah Boschert
Sakura Micron 08 (50mm) black Archival pen - available at your local craft or quilt shop
Folk Art Acrylic Paint - available at your local craft shop
Dry Erase Marker - available at your local office supply store
Mountain Mist Batting - available at your local quilt shop