Rosalie is a longtime teacher at Empty Spools Seminars with always sold-out classes. We are fortunate to have her speak at our guild. Here is the description of the lecture in her own words:
We are all products of history and my quilts come directly from my own life. This lecture traces views and thoughts of people, places, ideas, and objects that have inspired and moved me from my childhood in rural South Africa to the rather crazy traveling I have done over the past 30 years. I show images of my homes and quilts, and the people and places that influenced them. The process of quilt making is enormously important to me and I track various works in progress in my studio, as well as discuss how changes around me have affected and influenced my work. Also included are images of artists whose work I admire from around the world in places I have visited. I think this provides a close look at the working artist and teacher, where it all comes from, what makes me lough, what the challenges are, and where I hope to go with it…. and that always changes, so come and enjoy my journey with me as I reflect on what is means to be an Itinerant Quilter.
Phyllis Martin, Program
This is going to be a wonderful workshop. I thought you might like to know a few of her books that contain the Modern Wedge quilt. They are a great addition to your quilting library and can be found at Back Porch and of course Amazon.
Here are a few of the quilts you could make with the wedge ruler tool.
Linda Garofalo, Workshops
Meetings are generally held on the first Monday of every month at:
Pacific Grove Community Center Directions
515 Junipero Street (at 15th)
Pacific Grove, CA 93950
Social time begins at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting starts promptly at 7:00 p.m.