book, book tour, Generation Q Magazine, interview, machine quilting, quilt, quilt desgin, Quilted Block of the Month, quilting, Teri Lucas, terificreations, Uncategorized

Something Shifted, When “no” is good

Rayna Gillman has a new book: Create Your own Improv: Modern Quilts With No Rules and No Rulers published by C&T. Rayna has been part of my quilt world forever. As the Community Editor for Generation Q Magazine reviewing books is part of the work. Head on over to the blog, read the review, and… Continue reading Something Shifted, When “no” is good

art, family, getting healthy, Kaleidoscope Collections

Post Surgical Update

Good morning dear quilterly friends! As soon as I can get to my desktop (after next Friday when I'm cleared to do the stairs) I have 3 amazing quilters as guest bloggers - Rayna Gilman, Jeannie Sumrall-Ajero & Michelle Foster of Quilting Gallery lined up.   Rayna & Jeannie's blogs will be interview style.  Michele… Continue reading Post Surgical Update

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Quilting, Quilting, Quilting and an idea finally

Elizabeth Rosenberg is developing Venetian Lace Quilts, based on hand tatted lace from Venice.  She showed me the piece of lace her current work is based on.  The lace is gorgeous!  These women work long hours each day creating intricate pieces. When Elizabeth showed me the lace she brought home from Venice I saw something… Continue reading Quilting, Quilting, Quilting and an idea finally