Lecture Description: Allie is a quilter who loves working with scraps of fabrics that may not typically be thought to work together. As someone that saves every scrap, she has learned how to look at fabric as color, as a painter looks at paint.
It can be difficult to figure out how to use scraps efficiently, especially if they don’t seem to “work” together. In this lecture, Allie guides you through her process of organization and usage of scraps so that you may learn to look at fabric in a new way.
About Allie: Allie is an artist with a background in marine biology. She lives in Houston, TX with her husband and three sons. Her love of science and nature tends to find its way into her work, whether she intends it or not.
Allie works primarily with fabric and thread, but is also a painter, working with acrylics and watercolors. She uses fabric as if it were paint, working with color arrangement and texture to create her art quilts. She teaches classes on various techniques, including her Sea Glass Quilting method.
Learn more about Allie at https://exhaustedoctopus.com/