Students work.

One of the nicest things about being a teacher is the interaction with Students. One of my students in Mexico has made a super quilt with inspiration from class in San Miguel Allende. It was lovely in class and now it's finished. It's just great.

Take a look.

Quilts and threads blog

It's a huge responsibility being a teacher… a few years ago it worried me considerably. I wondered where the bar ended… and was I having the correct impact on the students in my class. I sought answers from friends that I held in high esteem. Basically they told me, you worked hard to get this far, now work with it…. so I am.

The photos below have been sent to me by some of my recent students… I love seeing how they have progressed. I'm chuffed



Navajo Hoop Dancer


Marjolein  Bastiaans

After bead trim a

Jan Reed


Lucy, Mexican Tiles in Mexico City.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. You should be so proud of yourself!
    The student images you have put on your blog are just amazing!
    They have produced all that you taught! Just amazing teaching.
    I wish you could teach me in person.
    How does Tassie sound?
    PS – I saw you Texture quilt on you blog and it inspired me to make my KISS quilt for Dijanne Cevaal’s Challenge. I did credit your inspiration on my blog.
    Thank you so much for the learning!

  2. Pam says:

    From One Tasmanian to another… thanks so much for your kind comments…
    I’m have the most amazing students…
    Of course your words encouraged me to look at your blog and it’s just great.
    Now you need to make the Zentangle into a quilt.!!!!

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