I am excited to announce that Madeline Island School of the Arts has invited me back to teach again on Madeline Island. Madeline Island is the largest of the Apostle Islands in Lake Superior and is reached by a ferry ride. The MISA campus is gorgeous with large classroom space and great food. Its [Continue Reading]
I’m excited that my Daylily pattern is now available. It is the newest additional to the Artisan Series of patterns. The gentle curves in the pattern capture the elegance of this flower. All sorts of different fabric choices work well for the integrated border and really help showcase this flower. Available though my Etsy Shop.
Dragonflies (Anisoptera) are wonders of nature. Strong, agile fliers, dragonflies dart effortlessly among stems and flowers. They move easily forward and backward, suddenly change direction and even remain stationary in flight. Their two pairs of wings shimmer with iridescent, metallic-like colors that have long made them a favorite of quilters. Dragonflies are found throughout the [Continue Reading]
I am pleased to announce that Ann Shaw Quilting patterns are now available for sale on Etsy. Click the Etsy logo to go directly to my shop Here you can purchase classic patterns like Gallus gallus And my brand new pattern series: Foliage.
I’m excited to announce that my episode on The Quilt Show is scheduled to air on March 12! Click this LINK to watch the promo for my show. As a bonus, you can view this show for free from March 19th through March 26th. I talk about how my approach to quilting has evolved, [Continue Reading]
Quilters have an enduring appreciation for the simple elegance of leaves. I’m fascinated by the amazing varieties of leaf shapes — from simple curves to complex forms. To honor this bit of nature that surrounds us, I’ve introduced this pattern series, “Foliage”. These patterns draw on trees and plants that are indigenous to the Pacific [Continue Reading]
Quilters have an enduring appreciation for the simple elegance of leaves. I’m fascinated by the amazing varieties of leaf shapes — from simple curves to complex forms. To honor this bit of nature that surrounds us, I’ve begun a new pattern series, “Foliage”. My first patterns draw on trees that are indigenous to the Pacific [Continue Reading]
I was honored this August to do a taping with Alex Anderson and Ricky Tims for their webcast “The Quilt Show”. In case you haven’t heard, “The Quilt Show” is a premier web-based broadcast that focuses on one of the most popular and enduring of American crafts — quilting. In 2007, Ricky joined Alex in [Continue Reading]
A few spots are still available for my 5 day workshop at Quilting Adventures in the beautiful hill country of Texas. Debby and Kim have a wonderful program of Quilt Seminars that have broad appeal. I will be in New Braunfels March 26-31, 2017 to teach my Designing from Nature workshop. Join us for a [Continue Reading]
I am pleased to announce that I have been invited to teach at Hudson River Valley Art Workshops in the Catskills Mountains of Upstate New York. Held at the Green Arms 1889 Inn, workshops organizer Kim LaPolla offers an idyllic, intimate setting for these week long workshops. I will be offering my Photo/Design/Quilt workshop where [Continue Reading]