The Frida Kahlo Corporation granted Robert Kaufman Fabrics permission to print the Frida Kahlo fabric collection, shown on the left-hand end of the display. These fabrics honor the internationally known Mexican painter/artist, 1907-1954. A picture of the artist is embedded in the design of the yardage displayed most prominently on the left end. Farther to the right in this picture, we have three different Sunflower fabrics, very much loved this time of year.
“Awesome journeys!” Near the white post in the center of these windows is Up and Away, the Hoffman Hot Air Balloon panel, with which we created Splash and Dash. Farther to the right are several steam railroad fabrics, amidst some fabrics in fall colors that remind us how wonderful it is to steam from Durango to Silverton.
Come join us on July 24th from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM.
Susan Hudson is an internationally recognized Dine’ (Navajo) art quilter, with quilts on display in several museums and private collections. The image she created for her own bag is shown here, and will be the focus for the class. The cost for the class is $90.00.
Kits with all of the materials needed for the project (fabrics, fusible web, turquoise beads, etc.) are available for $15.00. A complete supply list will be provided when the participant signs up for the workshop, and enables those who would rather use fabrics from their own stashes to assemble their own kits.
Light snacks and drinks will be provided during the morning and afternoon. A luncheon from Cheese and Coffee may be purchased for $15.00; a menu of available choices will be provided on signup, and selections from the menu must be submitted by July 18.
Read our 2021 SUMMER NEWSLETTER and sign up for a class or two!