Tag Archive | quilts
Today I will observe my longstanding tradition of inviting 20 of my closest quilting friends to my Fabric is Better than Food brunch. There is no reason for the brunch except to enjoy good food, quilts and each other. We always have honey baked ham, pound cake and something we call happy cake. For 13 […]
Believe will also be part of the Clara Ford Foundation Christmas Tour of Quilts. Look for it in a DeKalb County Library. This is a simple quilt that packs a powerful message.
I try to make at least one Christmas quilt each year. Why? Because I love Christmas! This year I have made two Christmas quilts so far. Joyful Noise is one of them. It will be part of the Clara Ford Foundation Christmas Tour of Quilts. Look for it in a DeKalb County Library in December.
I have been working on Choose to Bloom for over a year now. I finished the last inner border panel. All that is left is a vine outside border. I have no idea how this quilt is going to look after it is sewn together. At least the last border will give me the […]
February is my dream month. It is the perfect time to reflect on ancient and recent history, to meditate and make peace and to plan a glorious future. I like the fact that it is a short month because dreams must be followed by action — the sooner the better. I made Dream Like Crazy […]
My quilt Choose to Bloom has been quite a journey. I hope you enjoyed seeing the 13 blocks that I previously posted. Now I am working on the inner borders. There are four of them, and each one is 48 inches long! Here is the left inner border of Choose to Bloom. Yes, there is an […]
Thank you for loving my quilts! You make everyday feel like Valentine’s Day. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Since I am a certified chocoholic, I am always dreaming of chocolate, but at this time of year, so is everyone else. If your special person does not treat you to a box of chocolates for Valentines Day, enjoy my quilt Dreaming of Chocolate.
I was part of a group of over 200 quilters who attended a two and a half day seminar at Clayton State University in Morrow, GA last week. Rick Tims, Alex Anderson and Libby Lehman were the stars of the show. I am still digesting what I learned, but there was definitely plenty of inspiration […]
I love quilts that depict strong women! A Woman of Sophisticated Substance is my newest series in this genre. Each quilt in this series begins with a silhouette of one or more elegant women. The embellishments on each quilt are added to convey a balanced life of fun and accomplishment to carry out the theme of […]