Wow. Every night I come home from one of our sessions I am both exhausted and exhilarated. Exhausted from working a full day then going to our session in the evening (work is really getting in the way of my craft life), but absolutely in awe and pumped from spending time with wonderful people for… Continue reading September 2016 Session Recap
It was so nice to see a lot of the ladies last night with their completed quilts from last month’s strip-fest! They dug into those boxes of strip fabric I got from Connecting Threads and came up with some fun quilts and kits. We also had other wonderful quilts from our “satellite group”, digging into… Continue reading August 2016 Session Recap
I finally finished my #quiltsforpulse quilt! It’s all washed and quilty and will be shipped today! Yay!! Thank you to the Orlando Modern Quilt Guild for starting this wonderful mission. I love how much response you’ve gotten from all over the world! I want to also thank stkr.it for donating beautiful labels. This is the… Continue reading #quiltsforpulse – finished!
Well, I’m almost done with the first applique quilt I started in January! I saw Lori Holt’s Bee in My Bonnet site right before she started a Quilt Along with her Bloom templates. Those groovy little flowers is all it took for me to play along. I only made 9 blocks which was big enough… Continue reading Bloom quilt
Last night I brought a couple boxes of strips I was able to get from the Connecting Threads field trip. The ladies had a lot of fun digging through them and creating some fun strip quilts of their own! Plus, I only left with one box, so yay! We collected 15 quilts last night, and… Continue reading July 2016 Session Recap
My friend and I talked about starting a news channel that had continuous videos of puppies, kittens, mini donkeys, screaming goats, and any feel good story that would make you smile and laugh streaming, while at the bottom, the ticker would show you the straight forward news. Nothing sensationalized, just the facts, but on the… Continue reading #quiltsforpulse
I made this quilt top a few years ago at “Quilt Camp” from a pattern by Elizabeth Dackson of Don’t Call Me Betsy called Ferris Wheel. Her beautiful quilt had so many colors, I had a hard time wrapping my brain around it, so I simplified it to test the pattern out for myself. I made just… Continue reading Ferris Wheel Quilt