I am packing my trunks in prep for my new Trunk Show at Friendship Square Quilt Guild in La Habra tomorrow evening. I’ll be speaking on “Quilts You Can Actually Make!” I hope to inspire and inform on the joys of making a quilt… and catch you up on all my latest doings! Join us […]
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**** Check out the update at bottom of post! **** Oh my goodness! I need to come back here and soon! There is sew much to do. to see… TO SEW!
It was so inspiring to attend Kaffe Fassett‘s lecture here in Houston at IQF. His take on color is mind-blowing. He makes it seem so easy. And his new Book is just beautiful!
This Thursday evening, my subject will be Pre Cut Paradise. Come see some new quilts and lots of old friends at the Buena Park Senior Center. And Saturday I’ll be teaching my Solar Power Jelly Roll Lone Star quilt for Acacia.
Hello from Cyberspace! I will be teaching my Quilt – A – Fish pattern on Sunday February 7 at Orange Quilt Bee for Flying Geese Quilt Guild. There are some openings so if you would like to join us contact Bridget Paley at (909) 636-8218. It will be so wonderful to see some old friends […]
Ok. You have a choice on how to set your States Of Modern blocks. There have been 48 blocks patterned. So you could set those in a 6 x 8 set for a quilt the finishes about 74 x 96 OR you can add this new American Flag block and have 49 blocks set 7 […]
Here’s another great Black Friday Deal… Free Patterns available on my Craftsy Shop… Check them out!
Bonnie Hunter popularized these lozenges last year when she suggested making some of these simple snowballed blocks each month through the year as leaders and enders for your other sewing projects. I’m still working on that quilt (I have about 100 lozenges in a larger size).
Tennessee is known as the “Volunteer State,” a nickname earned during the War of 1812 because of the important role played by the many volunteer soldiers from Tennessee, especially during the Battle of New Orleans.
I told you North Dakota was coming! My thought pattern is this… 50 States, 50 Blocks… But a quilt that is set 5 blocks by 10 blocks would be an odd shape so I thought… combine some states! And North and South Dakota, though they have rich, varied and different histories, were an obvious choice […]