Mid Atlantic MOD recap

Sometimes, by a combination of planning, circumstance, hard work, and good old luck, something fantastic happens. I got to experience that this past weekend in Lancaster, PA at Mid-Atlantic Mod, a modern quilting… Continue reading

The Green Peek quilt

Yesterday, I finished my first quilt of 2015. Introducing Green Peek. I love every piece of fabric in this quilt– shades of jade, emerald, teal, and blue from collections by Carolyn Friedlander, Cotton… Continue reading

Quilting the green Peek quilt

I had set aside time this week to finally quilt the green Peek quilt, but I was struggling with exactly how to quilt it. I wanted to leave the skinny piecing un-quilted for… Continue reading

A Peek at student blocks

This week I got to finally share my Peek block with a group of six very awesome, very willing guinea pigs students at Rock Paper Scissors. The class was snowed out twice this… Continue reading

The week in quilting

Hi, blog friends! I’ve had a very busy, un-glamorous week. Lots of writing, collaborating, hustling, and preparation. All good things, most of them very fun and rewarding, but I’ve been itching for that one big,… Continue reading

Peek classes are here!

Just a quick update this week, about some upcoming classes (class updates, including schedule changes, are available on Facebook and the Class page above). I’m so excited that I’ll be teaching the Peek… Continue reading

Quiltcon resolutions and a Peek of green

It’s been three short, full weeks since I went to Quiltcon. Though I will continually process the experience and everything I learned in Austin, I feel like I have reached a place where… Continue reading

The week in quilting

I’ve really come to enjoy my weekly ritual of sitting down on Friday afternoon to reflect on my week for this blog. This week was particularly quilting focused, but not in a project-heavy way.… Continue reading

My Quiltcon Experience: An Overview

I don’t think I’ll accurately be able to capture my Quiltcon experience in writing that doesn’t ramble on for pages and pages, but I’ll do my best to give a broad overview. My… Continue reading