Social isolation? More like sew-cial isolation! (Sorry, bad joke, the cabin fever is getting to me.) While we're limiting our contact to help flatten the curve I'm enjoying catching up on projects, and having plenty of time to quilt my heart out. Check out what's under my needle right now. A friend made this quilt… Continue reading Sew-cial Isolation
I get many requests and questions about t-shirt quilts. They're a great way to keep those commemorative shirts and display them in a re-purposed way. I've made t-shirt quilts for high school and college graduation gifts, and as memorial items to help remember a loved one. They make amazing, one of a kind gifts. For… Continue reading T-Shirt Quilts
These cold January days have been perfect for quilting! Have you been staying warm? As result of many a late night in the studio I've been able to stay on top of projects with very short turn around times. Here are some beautiful tulip blocks to enjoy on this chilly Monday. And, here's one I'm… Continue reading Happy January
FAQ about long arm quilting. What it is, how it is different than short arm quilting, and how much it costs.
Crafty-ness and creativity run in the family! My wonderful husband has helped me build the studio of my dreams! Bill is a true jack of all trades. He is both mechanically inclined and creative- what a lucky combination! Creating this space was a long, difficult process, but so WORTH IT. Check out the gallery of… Continue reading My Studio