Category Archive: teaching

Floret Free Quilt Pattern

I’m so happy to announce that the Floret quilt pattern is now available as a free downloadable pattern from Cloud9 Fabrics. I love this pattern, and I especially love how it works with… Continue reading

My Quilt Magazine Debut

Hi blog friends! I realized this week that I had posted some news in just about every social media outlet but this one. I have a quilt in a magazine for the first… Continue reading

A few notes

Hello! Have you seen the amazing quilt planner that Stephanie at Late Night Quilter is releasing in December? Preorders are now open, and I’m hoping to drop some hints that they are the… Continue reading

New classes and a new look

September has brought reality back to our sunny summer lifestyle in fits and starts. We haven’t yet had a full week of school, so the transition doesn’t feel complete. But I am so… Continue reading

iPad mini case for Valentine’s Day

Dudes. You know how I don’t recommend things lightly? And I will always tell you if someone asked me to, or if I’d be getting anything in return? Well, I bought Shea Henderson’s… Continue reading

Still Peeking

After I posted last week’s blog post, I had a breakthrough in my latest blue/green Peek quilt. The perfect Anna Maria Horner floral that could serve as a focal point AND bring in… Continue reading

Peek Obsession

For my whole life, I’ve had a slightly obsessive personality. Like, when I like something, I REALLY like it. And then I like it or do it or eat it until I’m completely… Continue reading

Peek blocks of a different flavor

It’s been a glorious, productive week back at my favorite sewing spot for the first working week of the year. Though the temperatures outside were frightful, we got a pretty dusting of snow… Continue reading

Back to School

Today was the first day of school in our little part of New Jersey. My oldest did so well at his first day of Kindergarten, and my little guy started in the four-year-old… Continue reading