We now have a remodeled and fully completed Quilt Museum here in Wisconsin. You can see it on it's website: http://wiquiltmuseum.com/ . This location will be featuring quilt exhibits and classes with both local and national teachers. There is also a wonderful gift shop, featuring the talents of many individuals.
The Museum will once again be featuring University Days on May 11th and May 12th, 2012.
Students will be able to take up to 4 hour long sessions per day in a variety of quilting and mixed media techniques. It might be a nice time for those of you looking for a weekend getaway to take a trip. The town of Cedarburg where the museum is located is quite charming, with many shops, a quilt store, coffee shops and restaurants to visit.
I will be teaching again this year doing a lecture "Introduction to Crazy Quilting"
as well as a "Fun with Ric Rac" class. I have to thank Sharon Boggon for introducing me to the wonders of this humble embellishment at Crazy Quilting Adventures. I plan on doing a demonstration as well as a little bit of hands on with ric rac.
My sister Laura Krasinski will also be teaching fusing techniques at the workshops. She is now involved in teaching and selling the stunning array of Big Fork Bay fusible quilting patterns which feature a variety of animals, folk art, and travel scenes just to mention a few.
I plan on getting to the Museum this weekend and will post some pics after I do. Right now my camera seems to be AWOL after a long hiatus from blogging!