Learning to quilt feathers

Whenever I’ve had an inkling to learn a new quilting skill, I never start small. More often than not I decide I’m going to do it, and it is going to be king sized. That’s how I learned to paper piece, sew curved seams and triangles. Now I’m going to learn how to quilt feathers […]

Finding time to quilt every day

It’s fall, and that means spending more time in a classroom than at my sewing machine. I teach journalism and advise the student newspaper at my alma mater. We’re not talking going back to school after a summer off. We’re talking about working eight or nine hours at my main job at an ad agency, […]

It’s growing!

I started a new quilt a little less than three weeks ago when I took a class from Marti Michell. Normally it takes me FOREVER to make quilts. Usually because I have Quilters ADD and can’t focus on one project long enough to make any real progress. The Superman quilt I decided to make on […]