Monthly Archives: September 2011

Wordless Wednesday. Kind of.

Three guess what I’m about to be doing!

Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

Kaffe Fassett Quilts and letting go of your inner drag queen

Check out one of the show quilt I quilted for my client Vickie.  It hung in the San Antonio Quilt Show, which made me so proud.  I spent 25-30 hours quilting it.  I quilted the heck out of it because … Continue reading

Posted in Customer Quilts, Machine Quilting | 3 Comments

Reflections on the SA Quilt Show

The San Antonio quilt show was last weekend, and for the first time, something I quilted was hanging in a quilt show.  It’s a new era for me, y’all.  I think I’m so close to being satisfied with my work … Continue reading

Posted in Machine Quilting | 4 Comments

More Quilts for Charity

As I was cleaning my sewing room, I discovered one quilt top that was kind of finished.  Actually, I made it about 10-15 years ago, and when I finished it, it just wasn’t big enough.  It needed more… so I … Continue reading

Posted in Finished Quilts | 3 Comments

Baseball & Peanuts

It’s baseball season again.  Let me tell you, though, fall ball is so much more laid back than spring.  I really like it.  In fact, I like it so much, that I made a couple pillows for Nacho Baby’s bedroom– … Continue reading

Posted in Sewing Projects Finished | 3 Comments

Blankets for Bastrop

When I first started quilting, I was invited to a quilting bee that met every Wednesday from 6-9 in a quilt shop in Bryan/College Station, Texas.  I was 19 years old.  The other ladies were my mom’s age and older, … Continue reading

Posted in Finished Quilts | 4 Comments