Thanks to Jennifer E. for sharing this top over at my flickr group Mandalei’s Patterns. She used batiks in greens, pinks, and cool blues, and it came out with gorgeous results!
My testers just keep sending me awesome pictures! I have added these to my flickr group, but thought I would add it here as well, and give a shout out to Meg F. for her version, which used Moda scraps: And also a shout out to Sue G., who has added her version to the […]
I’ve been really busy these last few weeks, publishing my for-sale pattern, getting another pattern ready for the Summer issue of Modern Quilts Unlimited, preparing for my talk at QuiltCon, heck, prparing for QuiltCon AT ALL (have yet to do anything for my classes, eeeeek!)… but I am also a stay-at-home-mom with a 2 year […]
One of my testers, Parm, has just started her own blog and posted her finished quilt top using my new pattern “Intersections”. It looks great, and to read more of how she did it, you can check out her post. Here’s a picture of her finished top that she graciously sent along:
I am pleased beyond words to show you my new quilt pattern, “Intersections”! It’s for sale at my etsy shop and on craftsy. This is a paper pieced pattern, and I’ve written it for a beginner. I’ve been hoarding this bit of Heather Bailey’s “Poppies” from her “Pop Garden” line for ages (and of course, […]
Bring it. I’m ready. 10 inches of snow, people. Snow.
I’ll be heading off to QuiltCon in just under 2 weeks, and have joined up with the linky party, a virtual meet-n-greet before the Con actually starts! I wonder if these five random things will be conversation starters? With my luck I will remember the random things but not be able to put them to […]
I am very fortunate to be able to hang out with Nikki of The Girl Who Quilts on pretty much a weekly basis. It’s so incredibly nice to have a quilting friend to kick around ideas with and ask for opinions! How lucky am I that we get to hang out at QuiltCon, too? I’m […]
After a few weeks of making a new pattern, writing that pattern down, getting all my web stuff in order, and trying to get ready for my QuiltCon classes (I have to cut out HOW many hexagons? It’s not really happened yet, but a girl can dream), I finally got back to practicing on my […]
Heather Grant, whom I can’t help but admire, has a huge job over at QuiltCon: she’s organizing everyone’s schedules to allow for demos and talks to happen during the four days of the show! They just released the schedule for the demo, and I am thrilled and humbled to be presenting my quilt “Modern Spin” […]