Attention: Precision-Impaired Quilters! Can't match points? Hate to
You can make gorgeous quilts anyway! Lectures & Workshops by Amy
Amy Stewart Winsor can't match corners and hates to do math, so she
has mastered many techniques that don't require precision. Some of
her favorite techniques include fusible applique, freeform curved
piecing, haphazard piecing, crazy quilting, crooked log cabin, and
embellishing. This Cary, North Carolina quilt artist teaches nationally,
and enthusiastically encourages her students to find the techniques
they enjoy most, and to spend their quilting time frolicking in the
fabric instead of stressing out.
Please look for her classes and lectures at the International Quilt
Festival in Houston, Texas, November 3-6, 2004.
See Amy’s quilts, together with quilts by Mickey Depre, in their
two-person exhibit, “On the Bright Side: Art Quilts by Mickey
Depre and Amy Stewart Winsor”, to be shown at Pennsylvania National
Quilt Extravaganza in Fort Washington, PA, Sept. 16-19, 2004 and at
Pacific International Quilt Festival in Santa Clara, CA, Oct. 14-17,
2004. Additional venues to be announced.
Amy writes a free monthly email newsletter which covers upcoming quilting
events in the Raleigh, Cary, Durham, and Chapel Hill, North Carolina