I recently took a class from well-known quilter Freddy Moran. Freddy is an artist, teacher, and author of Freddy’s House: Brilliant Color in Quilts. Much of Freddy’s work is quite different from the tradition of squares and triangles and fixed patterns. Her quilts are stunning works of art, bursting with color and movement and joy.
Today I’m excited to invite everyone to an upcoming workshop taught by Sherri Lynn Wood on Saturday May 20, 2017, hosted by the San Francisco Quilt Guild…(that’s my guild!) Discover the satisfaction of transforming old clothes into striking functional quilts that carry meaning and message. Learn deconstruction strategies for preserving elements like pockets, plackets, necklines, and
March was first named National Craft Month over 20 years ago by the Craft & Hobby Association to promote the many benefits of crafting. Since then, a growing and diverse community of makers have formed a rich world of imagination and creativity centered around crafting. This new world can be found in the limitless resources
I went to QuiltCon East, presented by the Modern Quilt Guild in Savannah, GA last weekend and it was awesome! With beautiful fabric, happy quilters, and gorgeous quilts in every direction, my first trip to this modern quilt show & conference did not disappoint. Beyond the unique emphasis on modern quilting, QuiltCon is truly a