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

quilt shows, teaching

Classroom photos

It is a rare occasion that I get photos from my classes.  I'm sure you understand why.  My visit to Olde City Quilts was a fluke. This time around Maggie Szfranski took a number of photos for me.  Thank you!  This first photo I'm sharing is a fun one for me because Maggie gave me… Continue reading Classroom photos

quilt shows

Quilt Festival Houston, some of the quilts

I think quilters in general are fascinated with the glass work of Dale Chihuly.  It's no wonder why.  Like we do he sees the potential in the molten liquid and produces some amazing works not just in glass also writing and drawing.  There is a lot of prep work that goes into creating one of… Continue reading Quilt Festival Houston, some of the quilts

interview, quilting

An interview with Quilter Maggie Szafranski

Meet Maggie Szafranski quilter and Nurse Practitioner.  Maggie blogs at Maggie May Quilts.  Maggie & I met through The Quilt Show and hope to meet in person sometime soon.  I do love her name, I have a niece named Maggie who is enjoying learning how to sew when she can. How long have you been… Continue reading An interview with Quilter Maggie Szafranski