Sometimes all the pieces fall into place at once. Yesterday Aurifil announced their 2018 Aurifil Artisans, and I am thrilled that they are welcoming me back for another year. It’s an amazingly talented bunch, and it is an honor to be a part of the group. You know that my machines and I love Aurifil, and I am grateful for their amazing support of the quilting community. It’s a great match!
Row 1: Yvonne Fuchs – Quilting Jetgirl, Kristin Esser – Simple. Handmade. Everyday, Vanessa Lynch – Punkin Patterns Row 2: Tish Stemple – Tish’s Adventures in Wonderland, Tighe Flanagan – Handmade by Tighe Flanagan, Wendy Welsh – Wendy’s Quilts and More Row 3: Trixi Symonds – Coloured Buttons
So what does being an Artisan mean? Well, it means that I am going to use their thread and talk about it. Since that’s what I would do anyway, you won’t really notice a change at all. There are no affiliate links that go along with it, just my honest feedback and opinion that I really enjoy Aurifil thread and the Aurifil company and staff.
Yesterday the Greenville Modern Quilt Guild (in Greenville, South Carolina) also announced that I will be giving a lecture and workshop with them in October! I am really excited and looking forward to being there. Note that registration for the workshop is first open to members of the Greenville MQG but opens up to non-members on July 1st, so if it doesn’t fill up keep an eye out for a reminder from me about that opportunity.