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That’s Amore

That’s Amore

Hello, I am so jazzed to finally get a chance to blog about “That’s Amore.”  This piece was created for the upcoming Dinner @ 8 Artists exhibit, Affinity that was curated by Jamie Fingal and Leslie Tucker Jenison. The show is sponsored by Havel Sewing and will premiere at the International Quilt Market (Oct 24-26) and Festival (Oct(…)

A Bit of Culture from The Land of Enchantment

A Bit of Culture from The Land of Enchantment

Hello, I have just returned from a trip to my native homeland in New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment. While there, I was blessed to tag along with my dear godfather and his lovely girlfriend who happens to be a member of the Ohkay Owingeh tribe. We gathered together to celebrate the Feast of John the Baptist on(…)

Colorful Fabric Collage

Colorful Fabric Collage

Hello, welcome to the Colorful Fabric Collage Blog Hop. This lovely 144 page book by Sue Bleiweiss features seven scrumptious chapters of awesome projects including design, dyeing, fusing, quilting, unusual embellishments and more. As I peruse through the book, I am just in awe of all the eye candy and wealth of information that Sue(…)

What’s Up Buttercup

What’s Up Buttercup

  Hello, welcome back. This week, I have been frantically trying to reset my home and studio after a long month of creating and teaching. And I am thrilled that I have finally caught up with life; all except for blogging of course, so here goes! What’s Up Buttercup was created for the In Full(…)

Dyeing to Dye and Fabric Painting Workshops for AAQG

Dyeing to Dye and Fabric Painting Workshops for AAQG

Wow, it has been such a long time since I last posted. I truly hadn’t realized it till now.  Last year, I took a hiatus or a sabbatical if you will but I am finally back and cooking with gas! Yay!!!! These last few months have been spent producing two quilts which I will post about(…)

One Block, Six Designs, Modern Style

One Block, Six Designs, Modern Style

          Hello, I have been busy in the studio gearing up for the second modern Quilt Con coming to Austin in February. This year, I have decided to create variations of the Bow Tie traditional block with a modern twist.

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