I’m a little behind on sharing quilts – but when am I not behind when it comes to blogging. I didn’t want to let anymore time pass without sharing Meredith Hobb’s gorgeous quilt. She designed this and asked me to do some custom quilting on it, which I was more than excited to do.
Today I’m going to be reviewing what is probably the best craft book I’ve seen in a very long time. A few months ago The Taunton Press contacted me and asked if i’d like to receive an advanced copy of Print, Paint & Ink by Andie Powers & Emily Grosse of Assemble Shop & Studio
I just released my latest quilt pattern last night: Cactus Garden. All those little crown points reminded me of succulents and cactus spikes, and bringing them all together seemed like a garden of cacti. I actually had this about 3/4 of the way done and then set it aside and forgot about it. So here
Riley Blake Fabrics has been hosting a blog tour to get the word out about their new colors in their Confetti and Crayola Color collections. I was really excited to see all the great colors, since so many of them are colors I look for and have a hard time finding. I know it seems funny
I quilted this quilt back in December for Melissa Everett. (It’s the January Quilt pattern by Lady Havertine.) This past week she entered this in the Smoky Mountain Quilter’s Quilt Show (with a couple other beauties) and it won Honorable Mention in ‘Large 2 Person Team’ and also won the ‘Modern Quilt Award’. I think it’s well deserved for
I often forget about quilts I’ve quilted that are meant for publication. From the time I see it until it’s out there for the world to see is usually at least a year, and often longer. As is the case with this beautiful quilt. Rebecca Bryan of Bryan House Quilts contacted me last year to