fabric, piecing, quilt, quilting, Sew Batik, Sizzix, Teri Lucas, Uncategorized

Where have you been all my life?

I have fallen in love. The Sizzix Big Shot Pro arrived on my doorstep a few weeks ago. After taking it out of the box, and opening the box with the dies, changing locations twice, it sat there humming a little tune looking for my attention. Well, it's mechanical, it doesn't really hum. You're a… Continue reading Where have you been all my life?

quilt, quilt shop, quilting, Uncategorized

Candy’s Quilting Happy Opening

Well then there's Charles, Candy's Quilting manager. Totally loved working with him at the other shop when it was open. He's been working with Candice to get Candy's Quilting open. Check out their facebook page and instagram.                     They've curated a selection of books for the… Continue reading Candy’s Quilting Happy Opening

1000 Postcards for Peace, machine quilting, quilt, Quilt Market, quilting, Teri Lucas, Uncategorized

So, there’s this!

Maddie Kertay, and Cheryl Sleboda encouraged me to submit classes for Fall Quilt Market. After some thought I submitted three classes, and two are accepted. First up on Saturday October 28 is Creating Consumer Confidence—Machine Sales; the second is Sunday October 29th Creating Confidence in the In-Store Talent. Having worked in quilt shops on and off… Continue reading So, there’s this!

machine quilting, quilt, Teri Lucas, Uncategorized

Way back, a whole

seven weeks ago I participated in Cheryl Sleboda's Spring Clean Your Studio Blog Hop. Rearranging, tidying up and making the space much easier to function in the room. One of the goals was to give myself access to the window. I'm pretty sure I've mentioned that I'm short, and therefore have a limited reach. When… Continue reading Way back, a whole

fabric, learning, quilting, sketchbook images


As you know I participated in the Sketchbook Project with the Art House Coop in Brooklyn.  I loved the process of sketching, of thinking through the process of how to get the images in my head onto paper and hopefully later onto fabric.  I see the sketching/doodling process as a way to train my brain… Continue reading Sketching