I have NEWS!!
I am so excited to share with you that I am a new Designer for Sizzix!
Three dies are being released that I am having so much fun with...
Shapes I have wanted for my self for ages, after doing all this Double wedding ring play
Two of my dies are made to work with the Sizzix Double Wedding Ring set,
A Full Melon,
and My TULIP die
Then I have separately, my WAVE die!
Works for wavy quilts, borders, and can also be manipulated to do some fun things!
I'll be showing more of that as the week goes on...
The wave shape, is from a quilt I made about 2 1/2 years ago that I've been sitting on and finally had a way to bring it to life! So many fun things can be made with each of these dies.
In the next few days, I will show you how I have incorporated the dies into quilts, often by using several of them together in one quilt... I love diversity in my work, so this fits the bill!
I will be doing a school house presentation on the my new dies, with many quilts to show you as examples! WEEEE! Quilts!!!
TWO SCHOOL HOUSES:
SCHOOL HOUSE presentation for Sizzix:
New Sizzix Dies by Victoria Findlay Wolfe
When: 3:10 Friday October 24th, room 362A
Will you be at Quilt Market?
Come by the Sizzix booth #124
Monday 10am -12pm
I will be demoing the dies and showing how to sew curves, along with mini trunk shows of the quilts made with the dies, that I've been working on.
October 30th 2-4 in Sizzix Booth #124
October 31st 1-3 in Sizzix booth #124
October 31st 11-11:30 in THE QUILT SHOW BOOTH with Ricky and Alex.
Full schedule will be reposted soon.
Dies will be available at Sample Spree. They will also be available in the Market booth and Festival booth. Dies will be available to stores end of October...
I will also be doing my Schoolhouse presentation on my new book,
SCHOOL HOUSE presentation for Traditions Made Modern
Traditions Made Modern with C & T Publishing
12:25 pm Friday October 24th, room 362D
During Market, you can find C&T's booth at 2336, 2337
More info to come this week on my new dies. I've had so much fun with them, it's not even funny! Nearly all are DWR's... They are speedy to make with the full melon...