Frieda Anderson LECTURE
January 23, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Frieda made her first quilt when she was in high school. She has always made things and she loves the process of creating. In college, she majored in Art History and minored in ceramics, but she returned to fiber because it was more satisfying.
For years, Frieda’s focus was on designing and making clothing. All that changed in 1992, however, when she was in fashion design and realized that all she wanted to do was make quilts. She has been designing and making original art quilts ever since.
Frieda finds each step of quilt making, from the beginning to the end, a real challenge. She loves the pure creativity involved in conceiving and designing a new quilt. She also loves to piece and fuse. Frieda has found that by fusing smaller pieces, she can work out design issues. Then, she likes to make a bigger, bolder statement and piece the same quilt in a large format. Most of her work is machine quilted and nature inspired.
Join Frieda for inspiring lecture where she discusses “Fun, Free Motion Quilting”.
Members – Free
General Admission – $7