I must confess that even though I didn’t teach music for several years, I was still collecting music themed fabric. Most of the time I didn’t know what I would ever do with it. But this was a no brainer.You know this HAD to go into a quilt.
I just love this print and was so pleased to finally use it.
The kids will need a special quilt to great them the 1st day of school.
The final quilt, that will fit nicely on my classroom door, will greet students through the end of Sept. The red apple fabric for the border was a must. These seasonal quilts are very fun!
original quilt by Pam Schoessow pamelajeannestudio.com
I have been absent from the blog “scene” for sometime, and I apologize. But I have been busy. My last post was about my retirement from my long arm quilting business (at least for the immediate future). But now I have a new career. I have been hired by the Clark County School District (Las Vegas, NV) to teach in an elementary school of 900 students. And I teach them all! I am their new music teacher. I am an Orff specialist (you can google that!) teaching general music to grades Kindergarten to 5th grade. I will also teach choir and a select percussion ensemble. It’s what I did before I became a professional quilter. But I am not done with quilting. So what would a music teacher/quilter do? Make quilts to decorate her classroom, of course! Here is the first. It’s going on the wall next to my classroom door. I’ll be showing a few more of my creations in the next few days.
What every music classroom needs! Original design by Pam Schoessow