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

News and Updates March 2017

Today I bring you to my page to send you elsewhere! I have all kinds of awesome quilty activity happening in various channels both virtual and real. I did a webinar for the… Continue reading

Experimenting

Fresh from QuiltCon, it was time for Quilt Fest of New Jersey, where Black and White Trill, Flounce, and Momentum hung in the NJMQG exhibit. Fresh from two shows full of inspiring work,… Continue reading

QuiltCon 2017

My QuiltCon experience this year was, if I had to pick one word, delightful. While talking to a friend on the first day, she said, “You seem like you’re in a different head… Continue reading

Black and White Trill

I’m thrilled to have a finished quilt to show you! I first designed and made the original Trill quilt in 2014 (!) for fall Quilt Market. I used it as my favorite couch quilt… Continue reading

2017: Bring it

I’m starting a new year with a new narrative. 2016 was a big year of self-reflection for me. In a lot of ways, I retreated to be by myself and work through things… Continue reading

2016 in Review

While so much of the news in the world was filled with tragedy and fear, and an undercurrent of that flowed through me, when I look at the work I did and the… Continue reading