Visits to Chico and Paso Robles, CA
I had two back-to-back in-person engagements this week and I am so happy to be teaching in person again! I truly love to teach, and I’m happy to teach virtually or in-person, each has its advantages. I started out in Chico with an evening lecture for the Annie’s Star Quilt Guild, a vibrant guild of […]
Success, bleeding, failure and unexpected resurrection
It’s been an up and down week. After months of dithering, I took the chance and tried to remove the blue wash out marks from my WHITE SILK quilt with cotton backing, cotton fabrics and wool batting. How’s that for a complicated mix. Oh, did I mention, there were several bleeders in there? I have […]
Packing, memories and teaching
NOTE: No blog or newsletter next week as I will be traveling and teaching. This will be a short post as I am getting ready for my 10-day trip to Montana. This is trickier than I thought to pack for 2 different teaching venues – one south and one north, 4 different places to stay, fabulous […]
Lots ‘o teaching..
I’ve got 2 posts this week, this one on teaching and one on taking and making. Teaching or lecturing 6 out of 7 days was a challenge, mostly because of some serious tech issues. Everything ultimately went well with nary a hitch. I do love to teach! The East Bay Heritage Quilt Guild is […]
A wild ride!
What a year, aye? I don’t normally do an end-of-year wrap-up, but this year was a doozie and needed one. I have accomplished more in this year than ever, so let’s take a look: Remember when there were classes and hugs? It really wasn’t that long ago! I kicked off the year with a wonderful […]
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