Instructor: Kathryn Greenwold
Just as the Impressionist painters worked in small strokes of paint, we will work with bits of fabric to create a landscape from a photo of each participant’s choice.
Participants should be comfortable with their sewing machine and have at least minimal experience with free motion quilting.
Kathryn was born into a family of writers and artists. She grew up drawing, painting, and building things. Her grandmothers introduced her to quilting and embroidery. She holds a BFA in Art History and MLS in Library and Information Science. She has continued her studies of art through workshops and quilting seminars as well as instruction in quilt appraisal. Kathryn is an amateur quilt historian, teacher, writer and proponent of the Slow Stitch Movement.
Her textile pieces are grounded in these textile traditions, while she enjoys exploring new techniques and incorporating nontraditional materials. Each work is a beginning; presenting its own problems, challenges, and solutions. Some of her textile pieces are very modern and nontraditional while some are reproductions grounded in the traditions of American quilting. Kathryn is also co-author or two quilt pattern books: Amish Shadows Light Reflected, a collection of new quilt patterns based on the Amish Shadows block and Roads to Everywhere, Ladders to Heaven, a collection of 11 patterns based on the traditional Jacob’s Ladder and various “Roads to” blocks.
[NOTE: A link to the Zoom call will be emailed to you the day before the workshop. This will allow you to access the video workshop at the time scheduled.]
Pre-registration is required. Space is limited.
$75 / $65 Members