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Inspired by

Y'all know I'm inspired by the moon, she is a recurring theme in my work. The moon makes an appearance in: Twilight in the Bronx, Moon Over Manhattan, Moon Set, and new piece, that is in need of a name (hold on, I'll show you.) As I stitched the facing on the quilt this afternoon a memory… Continue reading Inspired by

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2017 Word of the Year

well I guess I never decided on a 2016 word, or just kept the one from 2015: Journey. Something about keeping the same word seems full of continuity however, I've been looking for my word all year, not really finding it. In a sense I've felt a little lost somewhat like Sam and Frodo trying to… Continue reading 2017 Word of the Year

B 780, fabric, quilting, Robert Kaufman fabrics, Superior Threads, Teri Lucas, Whole Cloth Challenge

Whole Cloth Challenge Update

Lisa posted a couple of Whole Cloth updates on her blog. I appreciate her honesty and admire her tenacity in learning how to free motion on her BERNINA 750. I'd feel quite the same on the long arm, in part because no matter what kind of machine we quilt on there is a learning curve… Continue reading Whole Cloth Challenge Update

B 780, fabric, quilting, Teri Lucas

quilterly bliss

Today this moment playing discovering enjoying quilting dupioni kimono hobbs tuscany silk/cotton blend 2 layers quilterly bliss play piece smiling off to quilt have a happy Sunday Teri  

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Choosing Motifs Part 2.1Serendipity

Serendipty. One of the definitions is "an aptitude for making delightful discoveries by accident". In other words it just happens, it's not planned. This little bit of a quilt just happened. The due date was quickly approaching and Mary Kerr emailed me asking if I was submitting something for her book Cutting Edge Art Quilts.… Continue reading Choosing Motifs Part 2.1Serendipity

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Machine Quilting Unlimited May/June Issue

So how does one begin to tell a tale? Oh yes! Once upon a time there lived a quilter in the Bronx who received an invitation from Vickie Anderson and Kit Robinson to participate in a challenge....a whole cloth challenge arrived in my email in box. She said yes.   Sandra Leichner, Terri Doyle, Lisa H.… Continue reading Machine Quilting Unlimited May/June Issue

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Cutting Edge Art Quilts by Mary W. Kerr

I met Mary Kerr a couple of years ago in a business class for quilters she taught at Maine Quilts.  Very shortly after this Mary sent out an invitation to a number of quilters to submit quilts for her new book now titled "Cutting-Edge Art Quilts" being published by Schiffer in the spring of 2013.… Continue reading Cutting Edge Art Quilts by Mary W. Kerr