Look what I found in Houston. The Festival Supply Store had a little display of books. And right in the middle was Annie’s Quilts With Unique Borders!
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!
I am so proud to be working with Annie’s. They are a wonderful organization and they put out lots of books and magazines. The latest of which is called Quilted Christmas. I made a quilt for this publication and imagine my surprise and pleasure when my Gifts quilt was featured on the cover!
Hello again! Remember me? I’ve obviously taken some time off from this site. But there is good news… lots of good news!
Due to its civil-rights history, Wyoming’s state nickname is “The Equality State”, and the official state motto is “Equal Rights”. On December 10, 1869, territorial Governor John Allen Campbell gave the right to vote to women, making Wyoming the first territory (and then U.S. state) to grant suffrage to women. In addition, Wyoming was also a pioneer in […]
Everywhere you look this week, there are sales! Sales! SALES! So I thought I should tow the line and get in line, on-line, of course! I looked through my Christmas Patterns and am having a sale of my own! All these Patterns are just $2.99 this week!
How appropriate that Texas is our state this week! The International Quilt Festival is going on now (Oct 29-Nov 1, 2015). It is the largest annual quilt show, sale and quiltmaking academy in the world. If you’ve never been, make plans to go!
Life moves along pretty fast at times. I realized recently that I haven’t posted a pillow in a while… A long while! So here is our August Sailboat Pillow… Even though it’s now October!
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 had a wonderful time recently visiting two guilds on the Central Coast of California. With the easy friendliness of the people, the beauty of their quilts and the stunning countryside, I was completely charmed during my stay.