“Class Full.” Those are delightful words for a teacher offering a class – a bummer if you were trying to get into the class too late! Do you take classes at your local quilt shop, at conferences, or with your guild? Classes can be so much more than learning a specific technique or quilt pattern. As a teacher and as a student myself, here’s what I love about them:
- shared passion, excitement for our craft and truly the art of quilting
- support and encouragement from other quilters
- idea overload – in a good way!
- a different perspective
- learning a new project, the actual content of the class itself…
I wanted to share some student projects from some recent Big String Star classes I’ve taught. It’s a class based on this larger project, Rock Star – scaled down to wall-hanging size.
So much fun…
Aren’t those student projects beautiful?! Creativity has no bounds and I love that and am so inspired by them. The one thing I would add to my list of favorite things about classes is this:
- There is nothing more satisfying for a teacher than to see their students’ unique and creative projects come to life!
So take a class, meet new friends, learn a technique, and most of all, HAVE FUN!
Happy stash quilting,