machine quilting, quilt, quilting, Teri Lucas, Uncategorized

What’s in Your Ears?

      Music is so fun. Weird fact: I didn't listen to pop music, watch mtv, or go to the movies as a teenager.  It's a long story for another blog entirely. So now, when something fun comes up I like it and add it as a station on Pandora or find a YouTube… Continue reading What’s in Your Ears?

photos, quilting, teaching


In January the Village Squares Quilters have a member-teach-member workshop day.  Last year Jeri Riggs taught "Quilt Facing", another member taught hand quilting and Mary Anne & I worked together as "Quilt Doctors" and helped several of our members with quilts; my co-chair taught curved napkins.  It was a fun experience. Here we are in… Continue reading Preparation

faith, life, photos, quilting, the joys of working

Star Quilt – progress

For right now this is being called "Star Quilt" but it doesn't resonate with me for some reason. I think I need to either be further along in the progress of the quilt, finished or some suggestions.  After I do some more work on the main body of the quilt I'll take suggestions. Below is… Continue reading Star Quilt – progress

fun, quilting, the joys of working, Uncategorized

Kona Black

One of my all time favorite fabrics is Kona Black.  The hand of the fabric is consistent and lovely.  (Image is from Hancocks of Paducah).  I've used this fabric in a number of quilts including the quilt posted below that I made for my husband years ago. Over the last several weeks I've been thinking… Continue reading Kona Black