I'm visiting with the Huntington Quilt Guild in East Northport on Tuesday February 5th. I met Alyson at the City Quilter a few years ago, striking up a conversation with her, and her mom. We were still doing the magazine and I thought the idea of parent/kid quilt duos were a neat story idea. It… Continue reading Speaking Gig
Wonder what the heck? I do. So, I'm not sure if you know that the City Quilter is closing in October (as of yet there is no final date). Dale and Cathy are ready to retire. While it's hard to see another quilt shop close, leaving a huge hole in the NY Quilting Landscape, I'm… Continue reading Did you ever?
I am changing from terificreations.wordpress.com to terificreations.com This is exciting! Over the next few weeks pages will change, and clean up. Class descriptions will be updated. And I'll have a much better gallery page! Thanks for hanging with me! Happy Quilting! Teri Instagram @terilucas Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TeriLucasTerifiCreations/
A few years back I entered "Twilight in the Bronx" into the Dutchess Heritage Quilt Show. It came home with a second place ribbon. I remember talking with a couple of ladies after picking my quilt up and remember doing the whole, "pointing out of the flaws" when "Thank You" is gracious. Thank you! I've… Continue reading An Invitation, Accepted
Coffee. Coffee. Coffee. Coffee. Coffee. One might think I have a love affair with coffee, and one would be right. I love me some good coffee from grinding the beans to sipping slowly as I wake up. A few weeks ago I had to leave the house pre-coffee and stopped at Starbucks on my way… Continue reading Coffee
April First is always bittersweet. Memories flood back remembering my dad's passing. This year was a bit different as the Eastern Long Island Quilt Guild booked me to speak on Finding my Quilterly Groove. As I spoke about quilts and learning who I am as a quilter (that Groove!), one of the quilters who held… Continue reading Eastern Long Island Quilt Guild Meeting
Spending time quilting is a great joy. When I get to I relish each and every moment, particularly when I get lost in the stitching and lose track of what's going on around me. It's freeing, meditative, relaxing and joyous all in the same moment. Quilting wasn't always that way. It was downright painful and… Continue reading It takes time