- Status Update: Indie Modern Quilters Stretch Their Wings—Maybe You’d Like to As Well?
- He’s Here, He’s Here (Again): It’s Christmas in July at SHWS!
- See How a Quilt Design Evolves–The Many Faces of “Heartstrings” + Giveaway
- Take a Break Tuesday!
- Wool Blossom Pillow – Taking a Side Trip with Wool Applique & an Accent Pillow
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Now I don’t advocate this strategy as the ideal UFO-busting solution—it’s too expensive by a long shot. It’s just that sometimes paying a sewer to finish a quilt top is the most burden-relieving, freeing, liberating, fantastic, wonderful decision a time-crunched … Continue reading
Fall is my favorite time of the year. Mother Nature puts on a beautiful show, the air is crisp, and the holidays are just around the corner. Good grief – Halloween is next week! Check out these great pumpkins. There’s no frost … Continue reading
Don’t you love it when nice things happen to nice people? About four years ago, I had the pleasure of editing a book for Lark Crafts written by Malka Dubrawsky, an Austin, TX, fiber artist with a burgeoning following for her fantastic hand-dyed, hand-stamped … Continue reading
And on the sixth day…… we crash! I’m staying home ALL day today. PIQF is always a wonderful experience but, as you may imagine, it can be completely exhausting. So many thanks to all of you who stopped by our … Continue reading
I am! I’ve just spent the better part of a week enjoying Maine’s beautiful Atlantic coastline. Even though my roots are in New England, I’d never visited moose country. Believe me, I’ll be baaaaaack! So, do you want the lowdown … Continue reading
I’ve become totally enamored with Sherbet Pips and Little Apples, two recent fabric collections from Moda. Both lines by designer Aneela Hoey feature charming and whimsical little motifs that I find irresistible. She masterfully combines fresh, contemporary color palettes with … Continue reading
Please don’t misunderstand me! Since moving west in early 2002, I’ve absolutely fallen in love with the charming city of San Francisco, the rugged beauty of the Northern California coast, and the majesty of Yosemite. Even so, I’ve never quite overcome my homesickness … Continue reading