Have you tried paper piecing? Better yet, have you tried freezer paper piecing? Both are a great way to get precise results for projects that are: super detailed have wonky shapes and angles lots of little bits all of the above Paper piecing is when a pattern is printed onto a paper foundation. The foundations have numbered sections […]
Welcome, friends! Whether you’re here because of the Spring Clean Your Studio Blog Hop or coming by to see my new studio in Saratoga Springs, NY, I am delighted to show you what I’ve been up to (and why I am skipping Quilt Market this Spring). I have to start with the story behind my […]
I talk about my choices for my quilting related logo and website design,describing what my logo means to me and the people who helped me get there.
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 […]
I know, I know. It’s been a while since QuiltCon, and where have I been? Truth be told, I haven’t felt much like writing recently. This last week, though, I worked on a top that was way out of my comfort zone, and one which really made me crazily happy. And while it wasn’t “modern”, […]
Now that this one has arrived back to its owner, I can share it! This is a pattern under construction by my customer Terri, and she wanted something simple to go with the overall simplicity of the quilt, and something that wasn’t full-on custom or too boring. At first I thought I would do a zig zag […]