The last time I posted about the Wadsworth Athaneum I was in a different decade of my life. Going on Saturday with my sisters and mum was rather delightful. My sister K contemplating unknown title Waisted Talent Unruly Thread Spitting Image Sentinel Madonnas Emily Mae Smith Matrix 181 Exhibit. From Brooklyn and someone I'd love… Continue reading A visit to the Wadsworth Athaneum
May your Sunday be as full of color as your self. Happy Stitching Teri
I am really looking forward to spending the day at the Quilt Basket at their new location in Wappingers Falls, NY. Please visit their facebook page. Once a week Sarah hosts a facebook live, talks about new lines that have come in, upcoming classes, and places the are visiting. Here's her most recent: https://www.facebook.com/quiltbasketny/videos/1732977390119428/ I'm… Continue reading Quilt Basket July 14th
On a bright, lovely afternoon the stitching started badly. BADLY For some reason a birds nest built up on the back of a quilt as I stitched. Wow. Evicted that bit of nonsense forthwith, started stitching again. Not five minutes later I stitched a big pleat right into the front. Well. That little quilt is… Continue reading Can you believe this nonsense?
I like color. A lot. I like how color plays. I like how color sings. I like how color behaves, misbehaves, swirls, whirls, blends, hides, shows off and generally is itself. Joen Wolfrom appeared on Simply Quilts some long time ago, talking about color. She talked about the 3-in-1 color tool, how it's used in… Continue reading Color Wheel
This whole impractical color wheel is causing me to change the way thread gets stored: rather than by fiber, it's by color. Whaaaaa? Yeah. Years ago I spent an afternoon stitching with Elizabeth Rosenberg in her quilt studio. She sorted her thread by color rather than fiber, it befuddled me a bit, because isn't fiber… Continue reading Sorting
A while back Wednesday mornings meant heading to a local coffee shop for knitting and chatting. This hardcore machine quilter loved the company, and getting out of the house once a week was priceless. It was a way of connecting with friends, and with some handwork, knitting and crocheting. Attending guild meetings, sharing quilt stories,… Continue reading Connect: color