“From Alaska to Wisconsin,“ Cathy's lecture and trunk show features many of her quilts, their stories and a humorous look at her life as a quilter. She uses a Power Point presentation to illustrate tips and tricks for designing landscapes, drafting patterns on graph paper, sources of inspiration and her quilting adventures from Alaska to Wisconsin. A brief overview of her technique using a tear-away foundation to piece quilts introduces quilters to a fast method of quilt top construction. This is a night of fun.
Cathy describes herself: I'm Cathy Geier and I'm addicted to making landscapes out of squares and triangles and strips and strings and
May 12 Workshop: Forest Scenes
In this one day class students will create a landscape featuring birch trees, background and foreground foliage. They will learn how to create a natural foreground, to cut out realistically shaped tree trunks, branches and saplings, and learn how to shade them with dye markers or pastels creating three dimensional effects. Cathy will supply markers and pastels for the students. Kits are required and range from $25 -$30