Melissa Thompson Maher, Editor-in-Chief of Generation Q Magazine asked me: "How will your new stash differ from the one you gave user in kits? What draws you now?" So what went into user kits? Part of this was answered yesterday. A lot of "traditional" type prints these were purchased when I made tote bags; border… Continue reading My stash
Like a kid the night before Christmas driving my parents nutty. And by parents I mean Jake. Generation Q Magazine made 10,000 likes on facebook. It's pretty cool indeed. It was so exciting to get there before the end of 2014. So, we're celebrating our fans our long time fans and our new… Continue reading Celebrate with us!
That sneak peek behind the quilting world scene has confirmed for me 2 things: 1) I LOVE THE QUILT WORLD and 2) It's important to me to support, encourage, build, be authentic and be community. I got to attend 4 Schoolhouses along with doing what I could to help get the booth setup. C&T held… Continue reading Two very important things
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
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
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