Check out the podcast interview I did for a research project at Tulane Law School about quilting and copyright. Let me know what you think.
In September 2019, I took a class called “Map Making with Fabrics” which was hosted by the Central Jersey Modern Quilt Guild. The instructor was Timna Tarr. I learned about Timna’s map quilts on Instagram several years ago. I was intrigued by her quilts and wanted to learn the technique. When I read about Timna coming… Continue reading My Fair City In 1889
In July 2019, I completed my LOVE Quilt and submitted it to the Pennsylvania National Quilt Extravaganza, which was held in September 2019 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center. The quilt says “LOVE” in Morse Code. With my LOVE Quilt Here’s the backstory on me working with Morse Code. In November 2018, I was interested in… Continue reading FAITH, HOPE and LOVE…
Today is the first day of Fall! I decorate my home to reflect the four seasons and Christmas. I have not branched out into decorating for other holidays yet. That is not on my agenda, but things may change. This year for Fall, I made a plan to make 7 projects to get my home… Continue reading It’s Fall Y’all!
One of my creative goals was to have my quilting skills be good enough to submit a quilt to a quilt show/competition. When I say “quilting skills” I mean ALL of the following: Piecing. The points that are supposed to meet actually meet. Quilting. Even stitches. Interesting designs. Binding. Even width around the entire quilt.… Continue reading The LOVE Quilt