Piece, applique and stitch to design expressive abstract textures in quilts. Pam likes to think about mark making in cloth as adding visual interest and movement to abstract quilts. Explore well placed or random lines, triangles, squares and circles as marks.
Combining influences from antique quilts to modern art and music, Pam will guide you to construct expressive quilts of your own.
Fond of saying she is from the Liberated School of Design, Pam uses techniques inspired by Gwen Marston to teach a process of quilt design and sewing without the need for patterns or templates.
A trunk show of quilts will introduce the subject will get you started. Students will choose to focus on working on a series of small quilt studies, a larger quilt, or a combination to use the week to indulge in texture and movement, accented with color and all things quilt.