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

Mend

I have one more finish to share with you before I wrap up the year in quilts. It’s appropriate that this is my last big finished quilt because I worked on it all… Continue reading

Rime

I’m so excited to make my Love Patchwork & Quilting debut in issue 42. My quilt is called Rime, which is another word for frost. It is made of one simple block in… Continue reading

Improv Waves

The post is a little delayed, but here is the full ImprovWaves quilt that I made for the Cloud9 Fabrics Quilt Market booth! It features prints from Elizabeth Olwen’s new collection Underwater, along with… Continue reading

Teaching at DCMQG

On November 4, I had the pleasure of taking the train down to Washington DC to teach a workshop with the DCMQG. Upon my arrival at Union Station opposite the Capitol, I was… Continue reading

October recap

I have always related to the metaphor that we all have a finite amount of bandwidth to deal with life at a given point in time. This month’s bandwidth has been maxed to… Continue reading

Window #1

It’s been awhile. It’s been awhile since I’ve written here, and that’s partly because this quilt has taken awhile. Nearly nine months awhile. I’ve been a little (ok, annoyingly) secretive about it for… Continue reading

Cloud9 Plaids Throw

I had the pleasure of sewing up the most perfect simple summer quilt for Cloud9 Fabrics this month. It calls to mind picnics and outdoor concerts, fireworks by the beach and watermelon dripping… Continue reading

A Midsummer’s update

I’m way overdue for a midsummer’s update! I thought I’d pop on here to give a quick rundown of what’s been happening in my creative world. I’ve been continuing my improv curve experiments… Continue reading