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If you are a world class procrastinator, the time has come!! Today is the last day to enter the blog contest ending at midnight tonight. And registration for the Fiber Art Connection closes tomorrow, March 15 for this session. To register go to: http://www.fiberartconnection.com/.
There are 10 weeks, each week a different teacher teaches a different class, with material presented for each day of the week There’s a great FAQ here: http://www.fiberartconnection.com/faqs.html
NOW, here is the way to win the big goody basket of prizes.
1. Register for the class
2. Leave a comment on this blog post answering this question: What’s the number one thing you would like to learn/improve in your art quilting?
3. Share a link to this blog post on social media and then leave another comment here telling me you did so
4. Sign up for the mailing list, link found http://www.fiberartconnection.com/
You can enter at each stop along the blog tour, commenting on all the posts will be open until midnight your local time on 3/14, which is the day before the course actually starts. After combining all the entries, we’ll use random.org to choose a winner, Desiree will ship the prize to the lucky winner that next day so you could use the items in the classes.
I thought I would share with you what kinds of comments I got on my blog. The question I asked people to answer was,
What’s the number one thing you would like to learn/improve in your art quilting?
I really pay attention to these answers, because I always want to know what students really want to learn. Here’s what they said:
- principles of design/design skills
- painting on fabric
- understanding tension on their machine
- gaining confidence/having fun
- coloring and dyeing fabric
- learning new techniques
- improving FMQ
- making their own work
- translating ideas to material
- creating depth with fiber art
- working abstractly
- learning new edge finishes
- playing & experimenting vs. perfection & finishing everything
Do any of these resonate with you? I would love to hear anything else you would like to learn or that you struggle with, so please let me know. These kinds of comments help me plan new classes in the future! After all, I want to teach what you want to learn, right??