Last night I demonstrated bias binding at the Road to California Roundabout. This is a time for teachers to share something special. I can not thank Gina Perkes enough for loaning me her B 780! Having a machine that I use ready to go just helped so very much. Here are the links part one… Continue reading The bias was workin’
Road to California update. As I write this i'm at the end of my 2nd day of teaching. Today's class: Let Your Foot Loose be Fancy & Free was a great class. I'll be bringing one of my student samples home as I just loved her design, she was willing to go along with me and will… Continue reading Rulers with a domestic Sewing Machine
So tonight (as I'm writing this) I got so excited that I dropped my backpack and purse right where I stood and hugged him! OMG I am that excited. I have wanted to meet Keith Dommer for a very long time. And I did. Keith, his mom and sister will all be together in class… Continue reading Road to California Day 1
A way back, oh so long ago Lisa Calle and I met at Olde City Quilts to shoot some video. Lisa had some troubles by way of not finding the cord that connects her camera to the computer so there was a "failure to communicate". A new cord obtained, and some time at the computer… Continue reading Video edited!
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