We all have troubles in life some that we speak of, some that we don't. Our life experiences help form and shape us unto the people we are today. Some memories are wildly hard, some are delightful, some are neutral, some stay with us, some don't. At some point in my growing up I took… Continue reading When I was growing up
Fabric & quilt designed by Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero Hoffman Fabrics I've been friends with, the quilter for, and an admirer of Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero's for years, since we met on the set of Quilting Arts TV. In recent years she's taken up photography, working on honing that skill in a way that's truly informed her fabric design.… Continue reading On Perspective
Dear Friends, While I am a looker backer, reviewer, and an over thinker when it comes to Christmas card writing (which we did this year!) I (we) tend toward including personal notes rather than a long missive sharing the highlights of our year. I think I tried this a couple of years however this takes… Continue reading Twenty-twenty, A Christmastide Letter
Before digging into the main point of this blog post I want to share two things: First: in my last post there is a photo of one of the Handi Quilter Education team who seems to not have their face covered. Kitty Wilkin has hearing loss, reads lips, and due to our current collective life… Continue reading Taking Another Look
Yep that's right. I flew from Austin to Salt Lake City on Sunday afternoon. I'm in Utah until Wednesday doing some training with Handi Quilter on the Moxie long arm. I am a member of the Handi Quilter Moxie Inspiration Squad. Woot. I'll be blogging, and doing other social media. I'll be sharing with you… Continue reading I’m in Utah!