Sunday, May 6, 2018

Playing With Art Deco and Checking Out cSPACE

Agnes and I went on an adventure on Thursday.  

We had a guest (Natalie Gerber) at our quilt guild (Calgary Modern Quilt Guild) meeting who has a studio at cSPACE King Edward.  Neither of us had heard of this place until Natalie spoke about it, but it's open to the public so we decided to check it out.  I took my Art Deco quilt because I'm still trying to get a pix of it that will be good enough to put on the front cover of the pattern I've written for it.  I didn't get one, but we had fun trying.  As you can see, it was a beautiful day, the colours are pretty good in the sun, but I need to put it on a rod so the whole quilt is visible.  So the official pix will have to wait for another day.  Still - I hope to have the pattern released within the next few weeks - it's very close now!

Of all the pix, this one would probably be best for my purposes, but it's inside, lighting not great, too much of an angle and Agnes still has to hold the corners so you can't see the top.

Still, we had fun checking out cSPACE.  It's a great "re purposing" of an old historic building.

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