Our family recently took a trip to Whistler and Vancouver. It was nice to be in a colder environment and see newly budded plants emerge. It seemed to me a wonderful time of year to visit and I imagine it’s only going to get more beautiful as spring rolls in. The older I get […]
Monthly Archives: March 2016
I’ve been obsessed with those stars lately. Today I started a little quilt and am working in a fashion new to me; I’ve cut squares out of colored fabric and will turn each one into a star. There is a baby out there who is going to get a most unconventional baby quilt!
Today was the second day of my two-day Improv Baby Quilt class! It was so much fun! I’m thrilled that all of my students were able to come up with their own motif and I was able to teach them how to translate it into fabric. They seemed to enjoy themselves as well and although […]
I’m getting ready for my class this weekend! I can’t decide which involves more prep: that of the student or that of the teacher! I’m super thrilled to once again teach what I love and I hope to inspire my students in making quilts with freedom and fun! More pics to come!
In the mail yesterday I was thrilled to find a box FULL of goodies from the organizers of Quilt Con! It my prize for winning the “click” game on the MQG app! For those of you who don’t know, during the event, there was an app that served as basically an event guide. On it […]