Patsy Cline said it so well…some days things just are NOT all together. That’s how it is right now for the purple faerie ball joint doll that I am making. First the cat stole one of her lower arms—luckily I have made a paper under-body pattern that I am testing and it was no problem [...]
I’m packing up and getting ready to leave next week for the big show in Houston! I’ve got new spirit doll kits, hands, faces, buttons and beads. I hope to see you there!
Title: Houston International Quilt Festival Location: George R. Brown Convention Center Houston Texas Link out: Click here Description: Judith Skinner and [...]
I’m done with summer at school, and gearing up during our three week break to get ready for the Rocky Mountain Quilt Festival! I’m very happy to be doing a show like this that is closer to home and doesnt involve flying!
I hope that people will come and say hello and check out [...]
During the fall, winter and spring months, I get to stay warm and toasty at school–having the ceramics kilns running and getting up over 1800 degrees insures that the art room stays cozy many days!
Now that the spring semester at school is over, I’ve brought my load of goodies home and taken a few [...]
Want to learn more about polymer clay? In addition to the upcoming Cabin Fever Clay Festival event in February, I’m also teaching four one-day classes at Front Range Community College, through the Continuing Education Department.
For full class listings and online registration links, click here.
This series of four classes can be taken together or [...]