Make It University

MIU+me Make It University10:30 this morning, just after the show opened, I taught my first class in Make it University on mixed media painted fabric. I condensed a 3 hour class down to one hour, thank goodness there were heat guns available to help dry paint. My fabulous students were troopers keeping up with the fast paced collage and painting process.

MIU4 Make It UniversityMIU3 Make It UniversityMIUV Make It UniversityPeople were still coming into the show when my class started, and there were a couple spaces open so my sister Deb (with the bright red hair) took the class too.

MIU5 Make It UniversityMIU2 Make It UniversityEveryone did a great job and we did not run out of paint!

 Make It UniversityFrieda snapped this photo of Deb, Laura and me in front of Laura’s lovely quilt hanging in the Open Studios area. I will get a photo of Frieda tomorrow doing Open Studios and lots more.

5 Responses to “Make It University”

  1. Cathy says:

    Oh, boo hoo! How I wish I’d been able to attend and join Deb in the front (?) row. Maybe next time!
    respectfully submitted,
    Cathy in NE PA

  2. Emily says:

    Judy, you are so adorable in your apron! I looked for you today and was sorry to miss you! We need to set a date to get together. Hope you had a wonderful time!

  3. susan says:

    looks like a fun class! i told my dh we are going to festival in chicago next year. his daughter lives in the city, yikes!!!!, so will be able to kill two birds with one stone, so to speak. loved the article in qa…love that mag!

  4. Marjorie says:

    This was an incredibly fun class. I felt it was very freeing. And my pictures on the blog twice! (I’m wearing the striped shirt in the first photo under Judy in her apron–that is the coolest apron ever.) I am so happy I got picked for it. Thanks, Judy, it was great! (I’m about to write about it on my blog at http://moonsilk-stitches.blogspot.com/) Marjorie

  5. It was a pleasure having you in my class Marjorie! Thanks for taking it and doing such a great job.

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