Laura models my tree skirt

IMG 0759 Laura models my tree skirt

Today was the PAQA (Professional Art Quilters Association) meeting where art quilters from all over the midwest meet to share info on exhibition opportunities, classes, accomplishments and their latest work. During our show and tell portion of the meeting Laura Wasilowski, ever the comedienne, modeled the Christmas tree skirt I designed for this years Quilting Arts Gifts magazine, who knew it could double as a wearable garment.

Check out this mixing gradations of paint tutorial Cloth Paper Scissors editor Jenn Mason put together based on one of my paint mixing techniques from my new dvd Design Paint & Stitich.

6 Responses to “Laura models my tree skirt”

  1. Bee says:

    Who knew your gorgeous tree skirt would also double as a poncho?! I checked out the mixing gradations of paint and its great! I have your new DVD on my Christmas Wish list but may buy it myself just in case my kids miss the hint :)

  2. aw, thanks Bee, I hope you get everything on your wish list! ;)

  3. Oh, I really miss PAQA meetings since moving to the Northwest.

  4. cindy shake says:

    What a great idea to share & support like-minded creative quilters! I was thinking you may have a new calling -Creative Ponchos by Judy!! I gave the 2010 QA Gifts magazine to a friend for Christmas to make your tree skirt!

  5. luanne says:

    Love the tree skirt/poncho & the tutorial & DVD preview. The DVD is going on my wish list too!

  6. Dotti says:

    Love those patterns…BTW…your DVD is in Santa’s sack…and yes, as my boys always believed…I do have x-ray vision! (Grin)

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