Back in the day (more than ten years ago), I was a member of the Quilt Divas. A group of fiber artists based in the Finger Lakes region of New York, we met monthly to share our work, our discoveries, and our enthusiasm for art quilting. At one of our rowdier meetings, one of our... Continue Reading →
I belong to a small group of quilters known as the Fyber Gypsies (made up of members of the Rocky Mountain Creative Quilters guild) and this spring we set ourselves a challenge: we picked two crayons from a paper bag and one word from a bunch of slips. The goal was to make a quilt... Continue Reading →
For the first time ever, Inspire Me Thursday's theme (owl) sparked an immediate image. I saw owl eyes made out of sunflowers, and I was off. Made of fabric, ribbon, felt, and thread. I had fun with the machine embroidery.
As promised, an update regarding my studio makeover. I found a paper towel holder at the thrift store and was lucky: the holes for the screws lined up with holes in the support bar on my shelving unit. So I was able to hang the paper towels using bolts instead of screws. No holes in... Continue Reading →