A long time ago in a far away place I pieced and quilted Split Complimenterity. Quilters, as a general rule, explore the wonderful world of color in a variety of ways, sometimes with great intention desiring to understand how and why color works. In an of itself color is another language we learn with nuances… Continue reading I’m Quilting! I’m Quilting!
Threads of Success When the email arrived letting those of us who are scheduled to teach know that for 2021 Threads of Success is postponed to Quilt Market 2022 I was surprised but not surprised. Twenty twenty was a lot, while things are shifting and changing some of twenty twenty has carried over into twenty… Continue reading Threads of Success, Quilting, Accountability Post
Teaching:Quilt Festival Beginner Free Motion Quilting Road to California: All Classes and I'll have a Special Exhibit and opportunities to sign Color, Thread & Free-Motion Quilting. Stay Tuned for more information on both shows. ____________________________________ KNOCK! KNOCK! This is opportunity knocking on your door: Sometimes opportunities happen at just that right moment. Richard Kennair of… Continue reading A Wee bit o this and that
Yesterday I went live on the pretty pictures social media platform and the recorded vid ends rather abruptly at 1:40, I think because I mentioned the videos only social media platform. Oops. Because of this I'll be going live again this afternoon around 2 Central on the pretty pictures social media platform. There will be… Continue reading Friday Quick Post
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
The clatter of the metal tray on the floor indicated the loss of bacon. The bacon prepared for BLT sandwiches fell on the floor. I just stood there and stared at the bacon. On the floor. Bacon grease splattered a good three feet away from the pan, bacon, in that delightfully crisp state, crumbled. Bacon.… Continue reading Wherein the Bacon Falls on the Floor
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!
I am terrible. Seriously, terrible. I did not get a single photo, or post any social media during the Brain Dump: Stitch the Scary Stuff in Your Brain Class on Saturday. Thank you! to Cathy Anderson and Sarah Fabian owners of the Quilt Basket in Pawling NY for having me come teach for your shop.… Continue reading Brain Dump Follow Up