blogging friends, friends, machine quilting, quilt, quilting, Uncategorized

Sharing

The other day Megan Doughtery posted that she had a wee nip of writers block. It's awful, I can tell you. Writers block, and quilters block are real, annoying, and quite frankly weird. Like who stops creativity in its tracks and says, "You Shall Not Pass!" Understanding deeply Megan's suffering I started posting random stuff… Continue reading Sharing

blog hop, blogging friends, quilt, quilting, Teri Lucas, tutorials, Uncategorized

Back to School Blog Hop: Bury Quilt Thread

Welcome to the Back to School Blog Hop hosted by Sam Hunter (Hunter's Design Studio). Thanks Sam! Thirty-two days of tutorials by quilters and sewists, ready to share their experience and tips. At the bottom of the tutorial are links to each of the other participants in the hop. So many great tutorials! One hundred… Continue reading Back to School Blog Hop: Bury Quilt Thread

articles, quilting

Compensation

One of my very favorite moments in life is meeting other quilters that I've gotten to know through their blogs, facebook, message boards, magazines, fabric lines that I love. . . whatever. I love these moments, while the person is real they become real in my life, taking on dimension and personality - becoming who… Continue reading Compensation

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Sit down dear friends I have something to tell you

Okay it's not that serious. But it's way fun. Way fun! Oh good grief I just have to spill it. Ready? See the logo over there --------> the one that say GenQ? Well I am now, well officially on March 1st, working with GenerationQ Magazine as the Associate Editor--Online/Special Projects. I'm really excited. When Melissa… Continue reading Sit down dear friends I have something to tell you

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An Interview with Megan Dougherty

Doing a blog interview is a bit like making a quilt: we have fabric, pattern , machine, batting, backing and voila something happens and the whole thing goes terribly pear shaped. Well it didn't here. Megan answered all the questions correctly, a little too perfectly if you ask me. She's passed the quilterly test and… Continue reading An Interview with Megan Dougherty

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an Interview with Jake Finch

Facebook has certainly made connecting with quilters so easy and such fun.  Working in a quilt shop I get to see all kinds of books come through and "Comfort Quilts From the Heart" is one of the earliest I remember as it arrived within a short period of time after I started working.  What prompted… Continue reading an Interview with Jake Finch