Category Archive: quilts

Workspace Wednesday*

Hello Wednesday. How is your week going? So much has happened already this week, and there is much more to come before the family and I can take a breather over Memorial Day… Continue reading

Graduation

Last night was the fourth and final class of the Beginning Quilting series that I taught at Rock Paper Scissors, and it was so exciting to watch everyone’s quilts come close to completion.… Continue reading

State of Mind back

This weekend I finished the back of the latest skyline quilt! It is ginormous. I used all neutral solids and prints to accentuate words in color. I’m not going to do a big… Continue reading

State of Mind top finished!

I always feel so energized after WIP Wednesday. With that and the deadline of a Modern Quilt Guild show and tell tonight I dug into the skyline top (real name to be revealed… Continue reading

WIP Wednesday 5.15.13

I haven’t sewn much since last Wednesday. We went to Rhode Island this weekend for a family-only Mother’s Day visit (apologies to our RI friends). This is the view from my grandparents’ gorgeous… Continue reading

WIP Wednesday 5.8.13

I got a lot of work done on the new skyline quilt yesterday. To recap, my original design is about angles, negative space and a little love for the Big Apple. The back… Continue reading

New York state of mind

I’ve had this new design in my head for a little while now: For those of you who don’t know me, I have a small obsession with piecing the New York City skyline.… Continue reading

Kyle’s quilt

(No, I am not a quilt machine. This one has been done for a week or two, but I wanted it to be a surprise for the recipient, some good friends with a… Continue reading

WIP Wednesday 5.1.13

(After lurking for a little while, I decided to try out a WIP Wednesday. Visit Freshly Pieced to see some other quilters’ works in process.) I love seeing a quilt come together, which… Continue reading