Every year, I do a quick post to promote a month long quilt show hosted by a group that I belong to, the East Bay Modern Quilter’s. This year’s event, Stitch Modern 2016, is a month long extravaganza filled with workshops, lectures and beautiful quilts. The opening reception was last Friday, and as always, the show has proved to be amazing. If I know Carol Van Zandt, she will have lots of beautiful photos of the Stitch Modern quilts up on her blog, The Plaid Portico, soon!
Stitch Modern will be open until May 8th, so if you live in the Bay Area, be sure to check out the events calendar and show hours to visit. You will be glad you did.
I am totally excited about this Wednesday evening’s event, Global Perspectives in Quilting, Talks by Youngmin Lee & Sujata Shah. I took a Bojagi workshop from Youngmin Lee last year and totally loved her! I have not met Sujata Shah, but love her blog, The Root Connection. It will definitely be a great evening. You can read more about both of them and the event here.
An evening with quilter and author Sujata Shah and bojagi artist Youngmin Lee to discuss their work and their inspirations.
You won’t want to miss this talk!
Wednesday, April 13th at 7:00 pm
Piedmont Center For The Arts
$10 collected at the door
Doors open at 6:30
Also, if you would like to see the quilt that I have been working on for the show, click over to my personal blog, Design. Stitch. Quilt. Blog. to see what I have been up to. I promised Laura that I would write a post soon on how I tackled some of the tricky parts to the quilt. Here’s a sneak peak. . .
If you live in the Bay area, I hope to see you at the lecture! Have a great week!