bernina, quilting, Teri Lucas

The sound of silence

Well, I'll be quiet here until about November 18th.  I am in the middle of quilting the quilt pictured here which will take every free moment I have between now and then.  I'm quilting Quantum Leap (pieced by Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero) There will be lots and lots of bubbles - I can tell you the stitch… Continue reading The sound of silence

bernina, Kaleidoscope Collections, quilting, Teri Lucas

“You’re a quilting nerd” she said

Quilters as mentioned here I found the screen to see the stitch count on my machine!  I've often wondered, and there is no way to tell, how many stitches there are on my 1080's.  With the quilts stitched from piecing to binding over the years and all those tiny bubbles from @play I'm sure the… Continue reading “You’re a quilting nerd” she said

bernina, Kaleidoscope Collections

Quilting, bubbling, quilting

Sing it with me now, "Tiny Bubbles" I'm still stitching tiny bubbles. Tiny Bubbles here, tiny bubbles there. Tiny Bubbles Everywhere! I'm stitching tiny bubbles.  And occasionally checking in on my stitch count.  It's fun to stitch for a while and watch the stitch count go up.  As of the time of this post I'm… Continue reading Quilting, bubbling, quilting

classes, teaching, Teri Lucas

Easter, Life and New Classes

Happy Easter. Easter is a season of hope, new life and joy. Spring is a season of hope, new life and joy. Having my colors "done" helps me to appreciate even more the two seasons that I just adore during the year.  Spring and Autumn.  When reviewing the photos that I take these two seasons… Continue reading Easter, Life and New Classes

Kaleidoscope Collections, photos, quilt shows, quilting, Robert Kaufman fabrics, Superior Threads

AQS Lancaster

Road tripping is always a delight.  Road tripping with 3 friends is priceless.  Our first stop: Ladyfingers Sewing in Oley PA.  Well our first "stop" was Wegmans for provisions, ie chocolate and fruit.  I just missed Gail, however I did not miss one of my very favorite fabric lines, Robert Kaufmans Radiance.  I picked up… Continue reading AQS Lancaster

gratitude, interview, life, quilting

I can hardly believe

it's been an entire year to the day,  the actual date is Friday, since I had the hysterectomy.  I can not tell you how much better I feel overall.  So many quilters were so amazingly encouraging and supportive through the process.  A few were interviewed or wrote blogs for me including Maggie, Janet-Lee, Jake,  Lisa, Rayna… Continue reading I can hardly believe

art, learning, quilting

Don’t think “strange” think epic!

As a quilting instructor/pro quilter/award winner it's hard sometimes to complain about the process of a quilt in progress.   I have guild members and friends but the blog, the blog takes a different tone.  Everything goes all  Miss Merry Sunshine when it sometimes it feels all  Little Shop of Horrors. And this is one… Continue reading Don’t think “strange” think epic!