Thursday, November 6, 2008

More from Houston

On Wednesday I took a full day class from Jean Wells (yes THE Jean Wells!). For those of you who are not familiar with Jean, she owns The Stitchin' Post in Sisters, Oregon with her daughter Valori Wells (the fabric designer). They put on the lovely outdoor quilt show in Sisters each year. She is also an amazing quilt artist.

It was a wonderful class! I'm so inspired.
Jean Wells Class
Jean Wells Class
Jean Wells Class

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18 comments:

  1. If I didn't feel like am amerature before, I certainly do now. Can't *wait* until I'm done putting my office back together so that I can pull my sewing machine back out!


    I'm loving that green one though. VERY awesome looking...

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  2. Sounds like a great day, love the green quilt!

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  3. wow! those are amazing. I think I just got an idea for my doll quilt!!

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  4. Those quilts are beautiful. I love the green one. Oh, I would love that class.

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  5. Someone sent me a link to your blog spot and I was so flattered to see your lovely pictures of my work. I am so glad you liked the class, now I am trying to figure out which student you were. I do have pictures of all of the student work so tell me which was yours. Keep in touch with your work so I can see what you do.
    Jean

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  6. Wow, a class from Jean Wells and a comment too...!! Thanks for sharing her gorgeous work and please show yours!

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  7. oh......huh....what?......excuse me....i'm sorry......I JUST FAINTED!

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  8. Oh my, how special! Can't wait to see what becomes of all your new ideas.

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  9. If you came home with something that looks like THAT, I'm on my way to Houston next year! Gorgeous!

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  10. How much fun! I bet you did get a lot of inspiration from the class.

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  11. I love Jean's work too! I went to the show in Sisters this year and it was AMAZING! If you have never been mark your calendar and go! You would LOVE their store, it is the BEST! There was one amazing quilt there that she did of a tree stump that was STUNNING! I will have to find the pic and e-mail it to you. What did you make in her class?

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  12. These quilts look incredible. I love the colours.
    Thanks for the pics of Houston in the last post, I wondered what it looked like there.
    Maria x

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  13. i'm going next year...i swear! fabulous class...lucky you!!!

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  14. Wow, wow, wow what colors! Absolutely love them! Thanks for putting up all these pictures. Here in Taiwan I have very little opportunities to see quilts or quilt shows etc. so it is really great to see your pictures. Thanks, I very much appreciate it.

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  15. Thanks for taking the time to share your great photos. The quilts are lovely and such fun to see. I love the green one... it grabbed me!

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  16. Looks like I took the same class. Aren't those quilts amazing? I love the story behind the last one you showed there. Jean is an amazing woman!

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