Tag Archives: quilts
What does the happiest moment of your life look like in fabric? Dreaming of Euphoria is what my happiest moment looks like.
There are many special aspects to Christmas, but shopping is the most fun. This little quilt called Christmas Shopping pays homage to the joy of Christmas shopping. I try to make at least one Christmas quilt each year. Christmas Shopping … Continue reading
The women of Delta Sigma Theta sorority are celebrating 102 years of sisterhood. Here is A Bouquet in Red and White just for you. Happy Founders Day, Sorors!
I love the idea of a new year — a time when you can mentally wipe the slate clean and start over. A decision to change forces you to reflect on what is good and what is bad in your … Continue reading
Did Santa bring you everything you wished for? If so, make a Joyful Noise!
This week I judged the Best Holiday Door Decoration Contest at the DeKalb Child Advocate Office after participating in the Best Holiday Door Decoration Contest in my own office. After the judging, I spoke to the staff about how important … Continue reading
The quilters are coming to play today. For the last 14 years my best quilting friends have gathered at my home for food, friendship and joyous quilts. We call it the Fabric Is Better Than Food Brunch. Look for pictures on … Continue reading
I am somewhat infatuated by flowers. I love the idea of something starting out as a tiny seed and turning into something amazingly beautiful. So it is not surprising that I make a lot of quilts with flowers in … Continue reading
I call African Merlot a warm-up quilt. When I have been away from my studio for a while, much like an athlete, I warm up by making something that is extremely simple to get me back in the groove. … Continue reading