How will it turn out.?

Having just returned from overseas I am on a time line to finish an Auction quilt for IQA.

I can't make quilts  as I travel but I can work on the design so today is the day to begin the challenge……!!!

It's day 2 home and the jet lag is diminishing so I'm going to take this step by step and you can join me in the creativity.

Where did the idea come from?

Well, this is a class I teach.  I had several students make quilts using shoes in Birmingham England recently and I really liked them.

I am a shoe collector and I think it fits into everyone's 'smile bag'…. so lets begin.Red-shoes-for-women Red-shoes-for-women


I'm working on a new quilt and I have to complete it quickly… but I want it to be stunning….
5.30 am, its dark outside and the heater is cranked and I'm on the way.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. I love the shoes….would you please tell us a little about what you used to create this. I am always interested in what you use to create your works of Art….truly amazing! I am sure you are so happy to finally be home! Will you be in Houston this year?
    Pamie G.

  2. peg in ks says:

    i love those shoes….i think i am going to start a shoe wall of shoes i am attracted to at the thrift store…i may not be able to wear them but i can still admire them…

  3. Pam says:

    Pam. you can follow along as I make them…. it will all be explained and demonstrated…. (well most of it)
    Yes, I will be in Houston.

  4. Alison in the UK says:

    A girl can’t go wrong with shoes! I haven’t finished mine yet, I’m very interested to see how you do yours. One thing’s for sure, it’ll be finished before mine :o). Glad to hear you got home safely.

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