Deciding How to Quilt Your Art Quilt- Part 2

Hi Everyone! A big welcome to all the new readers!


AS PROMISED here is Deciding How to Quilt Your Art Quilt- Part 2!  Please feel free to use and share any of these tips with fellow quilters!

I do ramble a bit, here and there, but hopefully you will get the gist.  If there was anything that didn’t make sense, I urge to ask in the comments below.   Hopefully, they will get more succinct as I get better at this!

Here is a shot of the completed piece after adding all the quilting.



I do hope also that you can pause a moment or two and take in the sweetness of Spring (if you live in the Northern Hemisphere).

A New Opportunity to Study with Me!

A quick reminder, don’t forget  about my  new online Home Study class. STARTS MAY 1!

Dancing with Design-Composition for Quilters

There have been a lot of requests for a home study version of this class, so I’ve been working really hard to make that possible! This is the next best thing to working with me in person.

The cool thing about a home study version is that I can offer it to you for only $97!!

AND you will still be able to ask questions and get feedback from me and the other students too.

You can register right now and save your spot, then we will all begin on May 1.

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The lessons will be available every week, one at a time, AND after the course is over, you will still have access to all the materials online.  

So if you couldn’t join us for the first class, now is your chance.  Get all the lessons, practice, critiques and Q & A for only $97 with the Home Study version. Starts May 1st, just in time for Summer!

But I will be on vacation traveling!-

I know lots of people travel in the Summer, but as long as you have wifi, you can keep up with this class at your own pace. I will be along for the duration of the course, to answer your questions and help with critiques.  I’ve already opened up the first 2 modules so you can jump right in. After the course runs through to completion, the lessons will still be there for you to work through, even though my direct involvement will be done.

And I won’t have my sewing machine with me or my fabrics…

Fortunately, you can still do the activities with colored paper and a glue stick and scissors.  And then, you will have some great ideas to develop into fabric!


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I hope you can join me in this exciting new class!


New 6 month Private Coaching Masterclass!
 I have extended my private coaching program, from 3 months to 6 months.  I believe the transformation my students are looking for must take place over a longer period of time to have a lasting impact.

I want you to make the most amazing, original art quilts that you can.  That is why I am now accepting private students who are serious about their creative expression in the world of art quilting.  Take advantage of my 17+ years as a textile artist, and speed up your learning curve. To work with me privately, please set up your initial, no obligation,  free Get Creative Call here: Schedule Appointment You can find out more by clicking on the Testimonials and Private Coaching tabs to the right in the sidebar or at the menu at the top.



Don’t forget to get yours:  Quilting Arts TV has the new 1500 Series available for download-  YES this is the one I am in (squee!!) Click HERE to get yours.


Susan and I on set

My Pinterest: You can take a look at my pins, which are organized on different “boards” HERE.

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Roxane is a full time studio textile artist, teacher, and author, with two girls, who are both growing up too fast!  She recently appeared on Quilting Arts TV, and has been accepted to teach in Houston.  She is also a BERNINA ambassador. Her work is in several private collections and she loves doing custom commissions.  For more info go to

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