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Tidal Fade

My latest magazine pattern is Tidal Fade, which you can find in Love Patchwork & Quilting issue #57 on newsstands now. (Check out the glimpse of it on the cover!) The colors, shapes,… Continue reading

Kicking off 2018

I have learned that resolutions are not a good idea for me when it’s the dead of winter. I will reflect and make a few intentions, but this year’s plan is to stay… Continue reading

The quilts of 2017

2017 for my quilting was about process. It was about process in the literal context of making from start to finish, as in in steps and patterns and lessons. But it was also… Continue reading

Snag

I was doodling and designing earlier in the year when I stumbled upon the idea of a fang. It was a great shape, an unpredictable improv curve, an excellent contender for a block… Continue reading

Women’s Work at IQF

Women’s Work is currently hanging at International Quilt Festival in Houston as part of the MQG’s modern showcase. I am very proud that so many people will see the quilt and hopefully have… Continue reading

Quilts in Simply Moderne and Curated Quilts

This fall, two of my quilts can be seen in truly beautiful magazines. Mend is featured in the very first issue of Curated Quilts, which is a huge honor and thrill. Dap is… Continue reading

What I did on my summer vacation

It’s time for a quick catch-up. To say that this summer was an eclectic one would be a complete understatement. There was lots of sewing, lots of kid time, some teaching, and lots… Continue reading

Alexander’s quilt

This is a sweet and quick finish that I made for a christening in our extended family. I saw some scraps on my table from previous projects that looked comfy and fresh, and… Continue reading

Neighbors

This quilt has been in the works for awhile, and I’ve documented its progress in many different places (Instagram, where I’m @melintheattic, in my MQG webinar, Planned and Unplanned, in my recap of… Continue reading

Women’s Work

I’ve been very interested in depicting windows in my quilts lately, but after the presidential election in November, all I could think about was a ceiling. This window is a glass ceiling. The… Continue reading