2017 Word of the Year, 2018 Word of the Year, Connect, machine quilting, quilt, quilt desgin, Quilted Block of the Month, quilting, Teri Lucas, terificreations, Uncategorized

2018 Word of the Year

As a word of the year Gratitude was a good one. I am grateful for the experience of 2017. Creativity is slowly returning. The Quilted Block of the Month Started (with big plans to continue in 2018). A few teaching opportunities. Learning about embroidery. Having a spouse who loves me deeply. One of the considerations… Continue reading 2018 Word of the Year

lectures/trunk shows, machine quilting, quilt, quilt shows, teaching, Teri Lucas

An Invitation, Accepted

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

classes, quilt

I love it when my friends have exciting news – Update

and Wow! does Debby Brown have exciting news.  She has a new Craftsy Class "Free-Motion Quilting with lines, curves, and loops" The techniques Debby presents are suitable for long arm, mid-arm (like the HandiQuilter Sweet 16) and the home sewing machine.   There is an opportunity to win a free class, sign up for Debby's… Continue reading I love it when my friends have exciting news – Update

quilt desgin, quilting

I figure I’m about 1/2 way there

Principle: it takes 50 hours to become comfortable with machine quilting it takes 500 hours to become proficient in machine quilting it takes 10,000 hours to become a master machine quilter While the principle comes from a work of fiction (Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell) the essence of the truth remains the… Continue reading I figure I’m about 1/2 way there