The faded redhead

Annette Morgan. Quilt Artist, teacher and author

Monday, 23 February 2009

City and Guilds and juried exhibition

Well I'm off to Denman College [WI - Womens' Institute or the Wild Indians as my husband calls it!]this week to teach for 3 days - City and Guilds 7822 Patchwork and Quilting. I haven't been to Denman before so I'm looking forward to it.

We have a good list of people who want to do the 7922 P&Q C&G in the Autumn and also for the Diploma - if you are interested in any of the C&G courses in Suffolk do let me know.

We will be having a C&G exhibition in the Village Hall at Wickham Market, Suffolk at the end of June, and if you live in Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex or Cambs and you have done a C&G course you are welcome to take part in the juried part of the exhibition entitled EROSION. E-mail me for an entry form if you are interested.

The picture on this posting is of a quilt I made last year based on the architecture of the Lady Chapel in Ely Cathedral - I ought to put on the image that it was based on too so that you can see how I arrived at the design!

I love the distressed look of the peeling paint - I wonder what the cathedral looked like in the middle ages when it would have been highly decorated.


Blogger Sharne's Bit 'n' Bobs said...

I have been talking to Nickie about doing the course in September, but my concern is that I would have to miss the Friday as I am a teacher and I can't get the day off. How feable is it to do the catch up that would be involved?

24 February 2009 at 15:00  
Blogger Annette Morgan said...

Hi Sharne,
It shouldn't be a problem as much of the work is done by worksheets - ie I demonstrate and then you experiment to find your own way of doing things and your own style.
I can catch up with you as and when.

26 February 2009 at 00:40  

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