I am delighted to present Midwinter Mandala available as a PDF download in my shop.I have had this idea for a snowflake design running around in my head for a while now, so when Betz White asked me to participate in “A Banner Year”, a seasonal sew-along project for our School of Wool Facebook group, […]
A Christmas swap!
I’ve been in an improv quilting bee for the last couple of years, to get my improv skills some exercise, called ModQimprovB. The ladies in the group helped contribute made-fabric for one of the projects in my book, and I am so grateful for their friendship. Although I have been more an absentee member this year […]
Wool Applique: Freezer Paper Templates
This free wool applique project, a monogram for a small monogram for a pillow or wall hanging, teaches you some basic techniques that I like to use for wool applique. In it, I will share how I make and use basic freezer paper patterns and some of the little details that help make your project […]
Can’t sleep, so I’m stitchin’
Blanket stitch, when everyone else is in bed. I have a tutorial all written, but it may have to wait until after QuiltCon.
Working on “Share Your Handcrafted”
Over on her blog, Alison Glass posted about “Share your Handcrafted“, where in the days leading up to QuiltCon, people can work on and share projects made with her fabric line Handcrafted. I usually don’t have time for challenges, but this time around, I had some projects that I wanted to do with her fabric […]
Wool Appliqué: Finding your wools and threads
When I first kicked off the idea for this series on wool applique, I had not factored in final book edits and the Christmas longarming rush! I’m finally getting back to a more organized schedule, and have been longing for the chance to work on some of these new projects that have been percolating along […]
Introduction to Wool Applique: Part 1
For the last few years, I’ve been a member of a quilty friends’ group and an art quilt group. I think I may have written about them before, because they are just an amazing group of women. I’m the youngest by about 20 years, which means I just soak up all the combined quilting knowledge […]