The Technicolor quilt

After all the lovely feedback I got yesterday about the Technicolor quilt, I had a surge of energy to bind it and finish it once and for all. For those who don’t know… 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

Fabric love

(NOTE: I wrote this post while exhausted. I have not edited, so please forgive the atrocious writing.) Not only did my husband come home from Tokyo on Friday night, but he brought fabric!… Continue reading

4.26.13 Quilts, kids and rock ‘n’ roll

Quilts My favorite quilt on the internet this week is Diamond Derby, which I found in the Fresh Modern Quilts group on Flickr. I love me some orange and teal. Also, I made… Continue reading

My week so far

I haven’t had much time (or subject matter) for blog posts this week, but I wanted to pop up and say hello. The Beginning Quilting class I’m teaching next week at Rock Paper… Continue reading

Quilts, kids and rock ‘n’ roll

I made that my Twitter bio to make my life seem a little cooler than it really is, but I realized that this is a pretty accurate description of my daily life. I… Continue reading

Color therapy

With so much bad news in the world, it’s hard to write about quilting. But these are the things that help us move on from tragedy, that help raise spirits with beauty and… Continue reading

Organizing and regrouping

I finished quilting a commission today and will be binding it this week, so I don’t have a ton of photos of work. It’s also already been an emotionally exhausting week and it’s… Continue reading

The first quilt

The first quilt you make should be made with fabric you love. It should be full of very valuable mistakes (that only you can see). It shouldn’t be too big. It is your… Continue reading