Nobody bats a thousand
It’s been an interesting week. I took a great class from Cristina Arcenegui Bono from Spain – online of course. Gotta admit, I am getting tired of zoom, but sometimes it is so worth it to take teachers you would never be able to take otherwise. And it was worth it to take Cristina’s […]
Dyeing, failure, destroying quilts and trademarks
Okay, it was a mishmash kind of week with no clear direction. I’m playing and catching up – it’s wonderful to be able to have the time to do these things. DYEING I have put my hat in the ring to submit a piece for Prism Play, a Regional Studio Art Quilt Associates exhibit. The […]
Working with sheers and a new machine!
Yes, my Grandson (and his parents) came for the weekend! I won’t post full photos of Little Man but look at those dimples? I’m a first-time Gramma so indulge me. They are just so stinkin cute at this age. He is starting to pontificate just a little bit. His Dad did that….still does:-) And […]
Quilting Density – It makes a difference!
NOTE: I’ve got another post this week here. I’ve been working on this white silk quilt for some time, maybe a year on-and-off? I recently restarted it and I’m doing fills around the feather tips. This is a great example of how much impact dense quilting can have on what it surrounds. Those feathers are […]
My SAQA donation quilt and a class with Joe Cunningham
NOTE: I have two posts today. My other post is about my Really Big News! Be sure to read!! I finally made a SAQA Auction Donation Quilt that survived my abuse! You may want to review previous fails here and here. So here it ’tis in all its glory: Its title is to be determined. […]
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