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GAIL TODD
02:07:39
I AM GAIL
GAIL TODD
02:08:17
I HAD TO UNMUTE YOU ON THE LEFT SIDE OF SCREEN TO HEAR AND SEE YOU
GAIL TODD
02:12:22
YHEY MAY THINK LIKE MY FREIND BECAUSE OF THE TIME THEY THINK YOU ARE ON AT 3PM SINCE IT HAD PACIFIC TIME ON THE E-MAIL
GAIL TODD
02:13:00
SO AM I
rosalia scholle
02:17:52
my email has 1:00 pacific so I think I have to come back at 3 chicago time
Tamar Drucker
02:33:59
is the meeting now, or at 4.00?
Lindsay Olson
03:32:44
has the event started yet?
Lindsay Olson
03:33:14
Great. I'm on central...see you in less than 1/2 hour
Lindsay Olson
03:33:52
lol
Giuliana Nakashima
03:50:55
hello from Mt Vernon wa
Marylou Tingls
03:51:39
Hello from
Marylou Tingls
03:52:26
hello from Massachusetts
Betsy Barker
03:52:53
Hello from Los Angeles!
Pamela Voorhees
03:53:46
hello from Altadena, Calif (near LA)
Victoria Stone
03:54:40
Hello everyone!
Maureen Johnston
04:00:28
The first things I’m going to do whenever that is possible are to get a facial, a massage, and a haircut.
Maureen Johnston
04:00:51
I put a link on my reading list - that helped to remind me.
Victoria Stone
04:01:19
oooh maureen that’s an excellent list
Victoria Stone
04:03:43
Hello!
Giuliana Nakashima
04:03:50
welcome sarah
Victoria Stone
04:03:51
Welcome everyone!
Marti Meadows
04:04:23
There are a couple people that are not muted.
Victoria Stone
04:05:47
thank you Marti
Patti Coppock
04:17:10
That is amazing!
Roderick Kiracofe
04:17:12
So beautiful!
Nancy Knoll
04:17:14
how tall??
Marty Mason
04:17:24
wOw
Loretta Bedia
04:17:33
that is so cool.
Rachel Davis
04:17:40
so inspiring!
Heather Jarmyn
04:17:42
Beautiful and effective use of angles.
Roderick Kiracofe
04:17:56
Love this quilt.
Betsy Barker
04:18:04
WOW
Katie Breneman
04:18:06
Amazing!
Deb Wuensch
04:18:15
love ❤️
Katie Sprugel
04:18:17
I love the combination of planning a framework and being more improvisational within the framework.
Kerry Smith
04:19:03
Amazing! I cannot believe Sarah hand quilts all of her large quilts!
Janet Webster
04:19:07
What type of batting do you use?
Victoria Stone
04:24:34
Sarah’s instagram is @sarahnishiuraquilts
Katie Breneman
04:26:06
I'm glad seam removal isn't only my problem! Haha!!
Cynthia Brouillard
04:26:43
do you press your seams open?
Elaine Murakami
04:26:52
what is Sarah's background? was she raised in California ? how did she end up in Chicago?
Kelly Spell
04:27:13
one of my guild mates once said: “Cotton was alive; it has personality AND an opinion.” 😂
Kerry Smith
04:30:55
What batting do you use?
Janet Webster
04:31:39
Do you use a variety of thread for quilting? Color, weight , type?
Nancy Knoll
04:31:41
what is the quilt behind Patricia?
Rachel Davis
04:32:00
Sarah, your work is so inspiring. I’m interested to know what you see as hurdles or obstacles in your work process. What is the “hardest” part for you?
Amy Stromberg
04:32:57
how has the pandemic affected your ability to obtain fabric? and your quilting as a whole?
Victoria Stone
04:32:57
Nancy, it’s her quilt On Target
Maureen Johnston
04:34:48
What’s the name of the program/group where Sarah teaches? I missed that. :(
Nancy Knoll
04:34:55
thanks.
Marti Meadows
04:35:17
Is Sarah teaching online?
Maria Nelson
04:35:31
Hyde Park Art Center :) A few of us here representing HPAC from the staff - hello!
Maureen Johnston
04:36:03
sounds like a great place - kudos!
Maria Nelson
04:36:24
classes are online now, and winter term starts in January - join us!
Katie Breneman
04:36:27
I took a class with Sarah at the HPAC. It was great!
Jeannette Tremblay Chambers
04:36:29
@Marti, she’s not teaching this winter, but likely will teach again in the spring! https://www.hydeparkart.org/
Marti Meadows
04:36:44
Thank you for the info
Rachel Davis
04:38:44
thank you!!
GAIL TODD
04:40:08
WHAT SIZE NEEDLE ARE YOU QUILTING WITH
Kerry Smith
04:40:13
Do you dry your quilts in your dryer?
Pia Tønnesen
04:41:58
Hi from Denmark my oldest son just came into the room and just wants me to tell, that he is pleased to know that other quilting families also have to look for the dinner table -because it is covered by fabrics, cutting mat, sewing machine and so on...:-)
Maureen Johnston
04:42:23
:)
Kerry Smith
04:43:11
What soap do you wash with?
Kerry Smith
04:43:52
Were you an art major in college?
Susan Borger
04:47:15
your quilts are bed size and that says to me they are meant to be used and not necessarily displayed like a painting with a sleeve on the back.
Jennifer Simon
04:48:24
Where did she go to undergrad and grad school?
Victoria Stone
04:48:32
Kerry, Sarah has a bachelor and master degree in fine arts and painting
Victoria Stone
04:49:01
Sarah wen to Brown University and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Jean Bailey
04:49:11
is your son also an artist
Kerry Smith
04:49:12
Thanks, Victoria!
Kerry Smith
04:49:41
What soap does Sarah use to wash her quilts?
Roderick Kiracofe
04:49:47
GREAT talk, Sarah, as always. Just love your work and process!!
Monica Guckenheimer
04:49:58
where does the Japanese surname come from ?
Kathy Ockuly
04:50:04
thanks so much!
Lindsay Olson
04:50:11
Yes, thank you for a terrific presentation!
Laurel Richardson
04:50:15
how do you use that ironing board?
Paula Fedeski-Koundakjian
04:50:27
Have you ever tried working with Islamic geometry?
Bernie Allen
04:50:56
Thank you, really enjoyed this.
Cynthia Brouillard
04:51:03
do you starch as you do piecwork?
Julie Willmering
04:51:06
what rotation do you use with hand quilting, center out?, top to bottom. Thanks.
Sarah Lauzon
04:51:21
How do you connect color to your drawings to make your final piece? Do you know the color you want to use when you are sketching or do you let your stash talk to you?
Pamela Valerio
04:51:23
sarah, I learned a bit more about you! 😀 thanks for your presentation!
Maureen Johnston
04:51:26
Thank you Sarah. I’ve enjoyed hearing about your process and seeing your quilts - I love the sense of movement your quilt designs have.
Laura Sureepisarn
04:52:51
Thank you so very much for this opportunity to learn about your process and your art. Such beautiful work, and so complex. I appreciate being part of this discussion. Very enriching! :)
Pamela Valerio
04:53:04
hello from Australia 🙂 formerly of Chicago!
Jude Swift
04:53:06
thank you so much sarah! love to you and chicago.
Suzanne McGovern
04:53:27
basting: would you start in the middle 3rd?
Susan Zakanycz
04:53:50
Nice presentation, you are such an inspiration!
Heather Jarmyn
04:54:37
Thank you for sharing your process, studio and work. Very inspiring.
Estie Inn
04:55:40
Enjoyed! I lived in Hyde Park in the 70's. Now loving Hawaii. Great presentation.
Victoria Stone
04:55:49
https://okanarts.com/collections/quilts-sarah-nishiura
Lynn Vermeulen
04:56:22
Thank you, Sarah. You got me thinking.
Deb Wuensch
04:56:59
thank you!
zelda dwyer
04:57:05
Now I need to get to the thrift store and look at men's shirts!
Lorraine Spindler
04:57:11
wonderful presentation and discussion - thank you!
Deb Wuensch
04:57:18
Thank you!
Elizabeth Dymond
04:57:28
thanks so much
Marti Meadows
04:57:34
Thank you!
Elizabeth McGuire
04:57:35
Thank you so much!!!
Nancy Knoll
04:57:39
such a great talk. thanks!!
C Wallis
04:57:53
This was wonderful! Thank you!
Pamela Voorhees
04:57:56
Thank you!
Gardiner Okain
04:58:01
Thank you!
Robin Meares
04:58:05
THANKS!
Kerry Smith
04:58:07
Thank you very much Sarah for a wonderful presentation! And thanks you Patricia & Victorial!
Sara Davies
04:58:08
wonderful presentation, thank you so much!
Linda Weir
04:58:12
Thank you - great talk!
Victoria Stone
04:58:16
thanks for joining us everyone!
Lori Hashizume
04:58:16
so inspiring!
Marylou Tingls
04:58:28
This was great thank you