On Saturday, March 14, I will be teaching a daylong Baltimore Comes To California workshop for the Orange County Quilters Guild. This is in conjunction with the Trunk Show I will be doing at Orange County Quilters Guild on March 10, 2015 titled The (Brief!) History of Quilts. Please join us at 520 W South […]
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What a kick! Marla Jo Fisher, aka The Frumpy Middle Aged Mom, columnist for our local Orange County Register newspaper, contacted me the other day. She was thinking about doing an article about Christmas Quilts and wondered if I had any they could photograph.
It’s been a year in the making! We are finally ready to set the Fanciful Floral FourSquare blocks into a quilt. I am suggesting a traditional Three Part Sashing which will make a beautiful quilt!
For some quilters, binding is the most enjoyable part of the process. To be sure, we love each part of making a quilt but binding offers a time to slow down and look at our handiwork… To admire the fabrics, the design AND, face it, be proud we are at last finishing something!
Isn’t this quilt a trip? This week, we tackle the Sashing and Cornerstones of the Lava Lamps And Love Beads Quilt.
Yep, it is HOT Off The PRESSES! My Pictorial Tutorial for Machine Appliqué featuring our Lava Lamp Blocks.
This quilt positively glows! Just like the Lava Lamps it represents.