The Indiana Heritage Quilt Show 2023
This was my first time to attend the Indiana Heritage Quilt Show and it lived up to the reviews I’d heard – smaller, but packed with lots of great quilts. Many of them were not the usual suspects, which I found refreshing. It is a petite venue, yet there seemed to be enough room to […]
Embrace your Visible Learning Curve!
NOTE #1: Because of back-to-back travel gigs, I probably will not post next week (23d) and iffy for the following week (Mar 2), then I should be back on track. I will probably make my newsletter this Sat (18th) but not the following week (March 4). If you’re not signed up for my newsletter (which […]
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 […]
Diva Demos for NCQC
I am a Board member of the Northern California Quilt Council, and we we are a laison of sorts between teachers, guilds, shops and others in the Northern California quilting industry. When I first began to travel to teach in 2010, almost 100% of my gigs came through NCQC’s Meet the Teacher events. We […]
A San Diego Christmas!
NOTE: I won’t be sending a newsletter this week. Also, I have a separate post here in which I write about my visit to the current exhibition of textile art at the Visions Art Museum in San Diego. Hubby, my youngest son and I decided to spend Christmas in San Diego; it’s kinda sorta half […]
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