Erin Schlosser has written the perfect book for someone like me, new to home dec sewing.
One of the unexpectedly awesome things about being an Ambassador for BERNINA is that I meet some seriously talented and cool people. Last year, I got to meet and become good friends with Jenelle Montilone of TrashN2Tees and getting to know her has been one of the greatest things about the last year. She’s cool, she’s funny, […]
With the holidays coming up, I thought I’d share some of the books I have in the current rotation that I find to be beautiful, inspirational, and educational. They make good gifts, that’s true, but they’re also a good excuse to set some quiet time aside for yourself. I confess I have a slight addiction […]
If you’re following the original post, Rafflecopter is updated and showing the randomly selected winner! I am happy to announce that the winner is Kelly Kreft! Kelly, I will be sending you an email soon. Thank you, everyone, for participating!
This is the end of the blog tour for Wanderlust Quilts! I hope that you’ve had a chance to acquaint yourself with the other hoppers, because all of them are passionate people who love quilts and quilters, and I admire them all so , so much! I wanted to share with you today what may have been […]
And so it begins, sometimes: the vast expanse of a quilt before us, the anxiety of figuring out where to start and what to do feels overwhelming and freezes us in place. We stare at it, wander away, and get a cup of tea, wander back, stare some more. Sound familiar? We’ve all been there. As […]
Welcome, friends! I am very proud to announce the blog hop for my book Wanderlust Quilts, which has been in the making since the first QuiltCon. When it came time to organize things for the hop, I wanted to make sure that it was fun and interesting and eclectic, and covered the wide range of influences and […]
It happens every couple of nights, where I start thinking about what I want to do next: feverishly planning a project from start to finish in my brain, hoping equally for sleep or the morning to come. When I finally do get up, though, these ideas seem to end up in random places, the notes […]
Lately I’ve been falling for quilts of different sizes. I love making bed quilts for using and giving away, but they can really take up resources and time that, right now, I seem to have less and less of. That’s why, when Martingale asked me to submit a design for their compilation of bedrunners, I […]
Over the last few years, modern quilts have been seen in categories at MQX, AQS, Road to California, and have a dedicated show, QuiltCon. With its second show kicking off in a week, and an announcement that it will become a yearly event at different locations, it seemed to me as though modern quilts were finding their place. […]