It is a bit weird putting my own name in the title – Kim Lapacek – instead of me but some things are necessary to make a more efficient search. At the beginning of November I was honored to teach the Northeast Wisconsin Modern Quilt Guild my Dresden Neighborhood Workshop. This was a fabulous group of women and they have an amazing space in Ripon, WI to work! If you’re in the area and are a quilter I can’t recommend this guild enough! (Did I mention there was a coffee shop right across the street – yeah!) My students always love that I come around randomly and take pictures of them as they work. I always promise that I won’t post anything if it’s not a good shot. But how adorable is Cindy!? Each class I teach not only do the students learn how to make this fabulous, whimsical little quilt but I learn from them! I think my favorite thing is to see all the different beautiful stitches they utilize to secure the houses down. This project is a great opportunity to use those stitches you bought your machine for in the first place yet rarely use! And here is a collage of what these talented ladies came up with (so far!). I can’t wait to see their finish products! I know it’s last minute but if you’d like to join in on my next class I’ll be teaching my Dresden Neighborhood Workshop at Mill House Quilts THIS Wednesday, December 7th from 9:30 to 3:30. It’s not too late to give them a call and sign up!