Hook Line and Sinker Block 1 DMC Equivalency chart Hook Line and Sinker Month 1 Cosmo DMC 224 902 367 647 405 720 426 632 575 782 633 469 705a 780 715 3790 891 647 895 844 2241 498 2702 783 8055 747/807/3765 Gingerbread Square (Months 1 and 2 use the same chart) […]
My Little Contest closes March 16, pass the word…
I just got a great email from a relatively new quilter-look what she made! I love where the quilt is hung-might have to do some (re)decorating around here! I really enjoy getting these emails and seeing what people have done with patterns. Great work Sally!
I have now added a class/workshop page to the web site and have started a new blog section for the Block of the month classes I’m teaching at The Quilting Quarters. Still trying to make sure all the feeds are working right….sigh. Crayoning is so much more fun!
Thought I might use this spot to highlight a fun Block of the Month I am teaching at The Quilting Quarters. I will update it each month with tips and pictures-promise! We’re working on Crabapple Hill’s Hook Line and Sinker and Gingerbread Square. I am cheating on the Gingerbread Square quilt as a fellow quilter […]
What fun, and the creations are awesome. I am constantly amazed by other people’s interpretations of the designs. I’ll let them speak for themselves…well, maybe a couple of comments 🙂
Busy, busy week! Got a new sample made for a Block of the month I teach (details later), re-did some lettering for a second group of ladies that I join to play with crayons and finally finished two new patterns! Oh, and caught some Olympics action too! In honour of the Olympics, I had to […]
At around the same time I was finishing up the tree quilt design for “Old Friend, Northcott sent me another challenge. This one was right up my alley! ROCK fabric! They are introducing some new fabric in fall 2014 called Earth Rhythms and it’s gorgeous. Fabric-wide prints of rock agates in blues, browns and blacks, […]
Last fall I was invited to submit some designs for new fabric from Northcott. Needless to say it was an interesting process but one I learned a lot from, and, after some serious skill development, enjoyed. It’s a little strange designing quilts from zip files, especially for someone who is very tactile and loves to […]
Another beautiful quilt from a really fun stained glass quilting class with a great bunch of ladies! Nice job Connie and I love how you’ve hung it! Your version looks like a lovely, peaceful place that I would love to step in to. We’re going to do some more stained glass quilting on Saturday, […]