What Teaching at International Quilt Festival Houston Prep looks like!

This is what teacher prep for teaching in Houston looks like, including well over 100 feet of parchment cut for kits!

There’s still some spaces in my classes…I’d love to see you there because I’m ready for full classes!  This is what handouts and basic class samples looks like.  Add more quilts, stuff I’m shipping, etc., and that’s just with three full-day classes and the Machine Quilting Forum!  Here’s what I’m teaching:

Teaching my favorite and most popular classes! Click HERE to go to the Classes page for Quilt Festival.

If you’re interested in any of my classes and have questions, please do write and ask!  I’m happy to answer.  The first two are fused collage.  Birch Pond is best suited to someone new to art quilting.  Collage the Garden can be a rank beginner who is adventuresome or the more intermediate art quilter wanting to do their own thing.  Fine Finishes is how to finish your quilts (traditional, modern, art).

Here’s a question for you:  should I rename Fine Finishes–An Album of Techniques  to “Bindings and Facings and Piping, Oh My!” ????

5 Responses to “What Teaching at International Quilt Festival Houston Prep looks like!”

  1. Heather Pregger Says:

    I like the new name. It’s catchier!

  2. Sarah Ann Smith Says:

    Thanks Heather…I thought so but since I am so awful at titles and marketing, I figured I’d ask for thoughts! Will have to change it henceforward. Will leave it the same until Festival so as not to confuse students looking for the old title that is in the class catalog!

  3. Patricia L Walters Says:

    I too like the new name —

  4. Patricia L Walters Says:

    I agree -like the new name

  5. Sarah Ann Smith Says:

    Thanks Patricia!

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