It’s been awhile since I posted. Not for bad reasons, it’s just been a busy year, and it gets awkward to just pop up again and carry on, even though I want to…apologies, and here we go: I want to … Continue reading
Posted in Challenge, Classes and Retreats, EBHQ, family, Quilting groups
Tagged finished!, gifts for family, handmade gifts, projects, quilters, quilting, scraps, show-and-tell
Awhile back I got to do sun painting with Dye-Na-Flow paints from Dharma Trading. They work like the Setacolor (use diluted with water, paint with foam brushes) but are more brilliant, both wet and dry. … Continue reading
Posted in gifts, Just for Fun, Prayer Flags, Sun painting, Sun Prints, Surface Design, Upcycling
Tagged Dharma Trading, Dye-Na Flow, experiment, handmade gifts, Just for Fun, paint, recycle and reuse, sun painting, Sun prints
Just a couple of pictures of a birthday present I need to get in the mail today…. so it arrives only 10 days late. My beloved mother-in-law is one of the better things about this month, and I wish I’d … Continue reading
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Awhile back I came across a free app that lets you draw patterns on your iPad (or iPhone, though the screen’s a bit small), using varied colors, brush-widths and symmetries. There are settings to control transparency and to erase one … Continue reading
I’m sure this is a topic I’ll revisit or touch on many more times in the future, but there really isn’t anything much more fun for a quilter than a baby quilt, how ever one defines it. My preference is … Continue reading
Posted in Baby Quilts, gifts, Scrap Quilts
Tagged baby quilt, baby quilts, gifts for family, handmade gifts, jelly rolls, projects, quiltlets, quilts, scraps
This quilt was made for my daughter Kate. The Sudoku puzzle is constructed entirely from batiks out of my hoard stash, using instructions out of the book Sudoku Quilts, by Cyndi Hershey. The lattice is Kona cotton. The quilt is … Continue reading
I recently reopened my teeny-tiny Etsy shop. Will update here as I add things there. Promise! Please let me know if you have suggestions for things you’d like to see there.