Sometimes an unusual angle gives you a whole new outlook.
The answer — tomorrow!
Yesterday I went to a huge rummage sale at a local church, and found these cute vintage dish towels.
It’s time once again for the quarterly reveal day for the online art quilt group, The Endeavourers. This time the theme was “Boustrophedon,” and I had an idea what that word means. It is from the Greek, and it means to write each line in a reversed direction from the one before. (Bous means ox, […]
When you are interested in textiles, people assume you are interested in history and the old way of doing things. And quite often that leads to you becoming the family historian. So quite possibly, you too have inherited boxes and boxes of family papers and photos, and you would love to get them all processed, […]
Since I actually finished two kids’ quilts, I rewarded myself with putting together some new tops. I made a second version of a safari quilt, this time adding a cheetah on the left. The second top uses up a lot of leftovers from my recent I Spy quilts; combined with a cute fabric that has […]
In 2020, I was given bags of pre-cut squares, and I used some of them to make four I Spy quilt tops. I placed the fabrics in pretty much the same position on all of them, aiming to balance colors and motifs throughout the quilt. But each one has different borders, backing, and edge finish, […]
I live on a small timber property in East Texas. I love to learn about nature and textiles, and share what I learn.