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
Maddie Kertay, and Cheryl Sleboda encouraged me to submit classes for Fall Quilt Market. After some thought I submitted three classes, and two are accepted. First up on Saturday October 28 is Creating Consumer Confidence—Machine Sales; the second is Sunday October 29th Creating Confidence in the In-Store Talent. Having worked in quilt shops on and off… Continue reading So, there’s this!
I have a whole big bunch of e-books sitting in my to read in a file on my computer. It's a great file to go to for quilty inspiration. Jean Wells has an update on Intuitive Color & Design that I'm looking forward to spending time with. Her work has influenced nearly all of my… Continue reading reading is fun-damental & a nip o’fun
There's a great saying, "A high tide raises all ships". You're the ship, and I'm the tide. Encouraging, and supporting quilters in their endeavors, and watching them succeed is joyful. In February Tracy Mooney and Cheryl Sleboda spoke at VDTA on Cosplay. Having attended talks, given talks, it's rare that a room is silent, and… Continue reading And then it went WOOSH!
https://www.instagram.com/p/BT9xco2B4RA/?taken-by=terilucas I finished quilting a quilt top this afternoon. It was so fun. The quilting is decidedly not my usual style, but the quilt is so fun and quirky. Along the top of the quilt I wrote "hello" all over it, and quilted in the hashtag #quiltsrule https://www.instagram.com/p/BT9pDTUh2Dg/?taken-by=terilucas In a few places I wrote… Continue reading A little bit of this and a little bit of that
Good friends, like good wine are a rare gift and a distinct pleasure. As a quilter I've been blessed with some good friends. Several who are teaching at Quilt Market in St. Louis. Tracy Mooney, Senior Editor of Generation Q Magazine - Keep Your Customers Sewing: Adaptive techniques to keep your customers sewing and quilting longer.… Continue reading We get by with a little help from our friends inQuilt Market Classes!
No sewing this week. Under the needle sits the quilt started last week, that has a due date quickly approaching. I'll probably finish binding on the plane to St. Louis in a few weeks. Perfectly normal, I tell ya. So why no sewing? My brother and I made plans to meet for lunch on Friday.… Continue reading The Whoopie Pies were good and then