“Exceeded expectations! Learned so many techniques and got to use them in our own creations. Great teacher! Also, thank you for accommodating my dietary needs. The dinning room service was excellent.” – April Modlinger
Every day of Vikki Pignatelli’s workshop, she brought out more of her stunning quilt to display in the studio and to illustrate the techniques she taught.
Vikki’s husband, Dennis, came along as Vikki’s assistant and helped out where ever he was needed.
Below are some examples of student work on the final day of the class. Still works in progress but well on their way to being wonderful finished pieces.
The always fun and inspiring Sue Benner was here last week teaching her “Driven to Abstraction” workshop. This was a very productive class that really threw themselves into all the daily design exercises presented by Sue.
Here is the entire happy crew!
The last night of the workshop was Halloween, so we invited the class to join in with costumes and a number of them really had some great looks, especially JoLee Tarbell. Don’t you just love that 10′ feather boa and striped stockings!
The group gathered in the front parlor before dinner, snapping photos of everyone who appeared in costume.
Even Chef Mark and Kadi, one of our servers, joined in the fun. How often do you get to say your dinner was made by a wizard and served by Pippi Longstocking?!
The cut-leave maple in back of the Main Inn was in full glowing Fall color during the class.
If you missed this class, Sue Benner will be back again in 2015 teaching “Construction / Abstraction.”