Wow! It’s that time again already — QuiltCon registration! It’s an honor to be teaching and speaking this year at the national gathering of the Modern Quilt Guild. Although I could be considered a veteran, the excitement has not dissipated. Teaching at QuiltCon is such a thrill because the students are so damn good! You guys make the job easy and fun!
I’m excited to be debuting THREE NEW WORKSHOPS, and a new lecture topic at QuiltCon 2017. The descriptions are listed below along a few extra notes in bold. I know registration can be a harrowing adventure of luck and technology so my fingers are crossed! May you all get the workshops and lectures you most desire or even better the unexpected opportunities the universe provides!
LE06 Improvise! Setting Limits to Find the Sweet Spot of Flow
Thursday, February 23, 5:00 PM – 5:45 PM
“Happiness is the place between too little and too much.” The restorative benefits of improv come from the experience of flow. In the flow of the present moment, there is no anxiety, planning, or the need to control future outcomes. Learn how to set flexible patchwork limits tailored to your goals and comfort level that support your creative flow, by listening for internal cues. Discover your personal sweet spot between too little and too much in order to let go and let it flow the first or next time you’re piecing on the edge of the unknown!
For those of you who have heard me speak, or taken a workshop I usually touch on the topic of limits and flow, since it is essential to enjoying the improvisational process, and for achieving fearless outcomes. This is an opportunity to participate in an in-depth review on how to set limits and find flow!