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This is a bit surreal

Friends. It is a bit surreal this moment. Seeing these quilts hanging at Road to California as a display, with the descriptions and poster is simply surreal. And so I share some of the images from the exhibit (I'm not sure I got all of the quilts) without further comment, other than to say I'm… Continue reading This is a bit surreal

friends, quilt shop, quilting

Gina Perkes opens The Copper Needle

Happy Monday Quilting Peeps! I do hope you are well and enjoying your quilting. I've got a guest blogger today, Gina Perkes! I've had the privilege of meeting Gina and sharing breakfast with her, and her delightful mom on more than one occasion. As a long time admirer of her work, I consider Gina to… Continue reading Gina Perkes opens The Copper Needle

machine quilting, quilting, Teri Lucas, tutorials

What do I do with all my practice pieces?

Each blog I write gets posted on facebook through Networked blogs allowing the simplicity of posting. Sometimes quilters post comments here on the blog and sometimes on facebook. Every once in a while a quilter will comment and I know a wider response is needed and this is one of those days. SI: I so… Continue reading What do I do with all my practice pieces?

quilting, Superior Threads

Superior Kimono Silk

Here's a sneak peak of the Superior Kimono Silk I purchased for my next quilt. I've figured out that this will be the 3rd piece in the "Twilight in the Bronx" series.  I have some ideas floating around in my head that will eventually be worked out on this quilt. The blue seen in the… Continue reading Superior Kimono Silk

quilting, teaching

Sick and some older stuff

Sinus infections are no fun, particularly when they interfere with quilting, & teaching quilting!  The beginner quilting class start had to be pushed back one week & then had to reschedule the 2nd week of advanced machine quilting.  This was not fun.  I don't get sick often but when I do I tend to get… Continue reading Sick and some older stuff


this week

had some late nights working on getting 2 quilts done.  The first is for Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero of Kaleidoscope Collections.  She posted on facebook that she had to get a quilt done in time for Houston and I offered to quilt it for her.  I need to get permission to put pics up on the blog… Continue reading this week