bernina, piecing, Sew Batik, Teri Lucas, Uncategorized

Building Character in a teeny tiny way

It's so cool to find the right tools to work on piecing quilt tops. This ByAnnie stiletto is different than others in that the metal stiletto has some texture to it, giving just a little bit of extra grip. There are a few flat spots along the wooden shaft giving a comfortable grip. This morning I… Continue reading Building Character in a teeny tiny way

Cherrywood fabrics, classes, Superior Threads, teaching

Go Mini or Go Home

It started here. Continued here. But truthfully it all started here.  Really it did start there but it's just blossomed to become this.  I knew when Janie (my BERNINA 780) arrived she'd be something special.  Oh yes.  She's the first machine that's ever had a name, and that's special to me anyway. A month or… Continue reading Go Mini or Go Home

art, quilt desgin, quilting, Teri Lucas

Rainy Days and Mondays Mini me

Wee tiny, little log cabin how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. . . 3/4" at a time. 3/4 of an inch? Yep, you read that correctly.  The "logs" for this cabin are 3/4". The finished block size right now is 2".  Why am I making blocks using 3/4" strips?  The flip… Continue reading Rainy Days and Mondays Mini me