Some Updates

Starting in 2019 I began to “double down” on professionally sharing my quilting technique. I was booked at a lot of local quilt guilds, which meant I was teaching or lecturing once a month. I had even submitted class proposals

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The Four Poes

Happy October! Anyone who follows my blog knows how much I love this time of year. I have always been drawn to the macabre. I can probably date this facination back to early childhood when my fathter told my mother

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Protest and the 19th Amendment

Probably like a lot of you, by the end of May I was feeling pretty burned out. We had been quarantined for 2 1/2 months (an unthinkable amount of time – lol!) during which my husband had been working 7

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Quilted Home Workshop

In February (about 1,000 years ago) I led a workshop where I taught my technique for creating quilted homes. I had a wonderful time! I love sharing my craft with others and the ladies were so receptive to the process.

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It’s Been A While…

When I sat down to write this blog, I was astonished at my last post. It’s like I picked up on some future events — I can’t get over how timely that piece was. We, like everyone else in the

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Ieshia Evans Takes A Stand

I have been thinking about this piece for almost 4 years. The first time I saw the photo Jonathan Bachman took for Reuters, it moved something in me. The motion he created in the image — the police in riot

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Toni Morrison

A few years ago I worked outside of DC at an organization that housed the homeless. Although the work was good — fed my soul and my family– the commute was draining. I eventually said goodbye to Bethesda, but have

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Thank you, The Old Country Store

This weekend I taught a class on my quilted homes at The Old Country Store in Intercourse, PA. and had a wonderful time. I wanted to send out a special thank you to Donna, who found me online and took

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Lemons into Lemonade

I made this piece for my mom and dad when they were living in St. Augustine Beach, Florida. My father requested it, wanting to cover-up the electrical box in their front hallway. The lighthouse had a plain blue background when

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My First Quilt

I have been quilting for almost 30 years. I fell in love with the process after my mother bought me a sewing machine for Christmas my senior year in college. I don’t know what led me to start quilting, but

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