This week I've been piecing a quilt top for a blog tour with Scott Hansen of Blue Nickel Studios and Banyan Batiks, which happens Saturday, September 22nd. I've interviewed Scott, asking him all the weird and wonderful questions that befit a couple of Generation Q Magazine editors. There will be an opportunity to win a… Continue reading This Week in Three
Often the work we do is a gift, in part for the work, in part for the people we meet along the way. People who set the tone of engaging quilters to explore the work they do, showing us options for that exploring. As a quilter, like all of us, she leads by example in… Continue reading An Interview with Alex Anderson
My sewing room hasn't been functioning well for a little while. A non-functioning sewing room isn't a good place for any quilter. We want so much to be in a space that simply doesn't work. While on a vid call a few weeks ago I showed part of it, stuff I'd been working on and… Continue reading Clearing my Head
Quirky Little Quilts Patchwork from the Past, Projects for the Present Sheryl Johnson Temecula Quilt Company $25.99; $17.99 e-book soft cover 80 pages When reviewing books I always look for that thing that speaks deeply to my quilters soul. With Quirky Little Quilts it's right there on the cover, quirky! Any book that promotes quilters and… Continue reading Book Review Day: Quirky Little Quilts
An Interview with Gailen Runge https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm326wYjmYD/?taken-by=terilucas Attending Quilt Market Why I am https://www.instagram.com/p/BmgvNCTjHiJ/?taken-by=terilucas From a Retreat to You https://www.instagram.com/p/BlSsJRujj98/?taken-by=terilucas On Second Chances https://www.instagram.com/p/Bk5VzjWDfnw/?taken-by=terilucas Happy Stitching, Teri
Please hang with me here as I'm going to share of my own failures in Junior High and High School, the moments where the dime dropped, and how I can now do a lot of quilty math in my head. I'll begin with breaking down the question and clarifying my intent. While I failed math… Continue reading Has anyone ever written an article encouraging quilters to do math?
Beauty Beyond Bones is one of my fave non-quilt related blogs. Caralyn speaks honestly about anorexia, recovery from anorexia, and more. In the linked blog post she's speaking of a trip to Spain to travel the Camino de Santiago. Her description of the whole-head, clear eyed fish served for lunch in their hotel. This reminded… Continue reading A Most Memorable Date