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Quiltspiration: Brooklyn edition

There are times, usually right after I’ve finished a quilt, when I am open to all kinds of inspiration. Colors, textures, patterns– they all pop out, begging to be made into a quilt.… Continue reading

Back to school

I’m so excited that once the kids are back and settled at school I will be headed back to Rock Paper Scissors for another session of Beginning Quilting! I love showing new quilters… Continue reading

Eli’s pillow

My older son has been asking for what seems like ages now to help me make a quilt. I’ve been hesitant, due to the number of sharp tools involved (this is also why… Continue reading

I never quilt alone

I’m working on another quilt for Cloud9 Fabrics, and I realized last night that I never quilt alone. This quilt especially–maybe because I’ve been spending so much time planning with the NJMQG–has been… Continue reading

Give and get lucky

I’ve been feeling pretty fortunate lately, and a really great thing to do when you’re feeling lucky is to do something nice for someone else. But when I’m feeling lousy, it always picks… Continue reading

Fabric eye candy

I got some early fat quarters of Koi by Rashida Coleman-Hale to play with! I can’t stop staring at it. So so so gorgeous.

WIP Wednesday 7.3.13

I’m having a lot of fun with the pigeon fabric (from Mo Willems’s books for kids and Cloud 9 Fabrics). I imagined the pigeon watching me as I worked, sympathizing with my process.… Continue reading

On its way

This baby has been shipped to Brooklyn and should arrive tomorrow. Full post then. How was your weekend? I had a sick kid, so no quilting for me. Tonight the guild officers are… Continue reading

Quilts kids and rock ‘n’ roll 5.4.13

Quilts Usually simple quilts with a limited palette are my bag (have you seen Elizabeth Hartman’s Preppy Knee Socks? Gorgeous), but this week I really enjoyed looking at colorful quilts. The more color… Continue reading