Posts Tagged ‘Alternatively Bound and Stitched’

It’s been a productive week! Finishing the red vase

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This week, in between packing up supplies for teaching at International Quilt Festival, this is about half of what I’ve had to pull together for all my classes, 4 other boxes have been shipped, . and finishing a cable sweater I’ve had in the works for 2 years, did I ever mention how much I […]


Announcing my new book: Alternatively Bound and Stitched!

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Well, I’ve been sitting on this a while. I’ve written and published my second book called Alternatively Bound and Stitched. This book is not on painting techniques, but about putting a quilt together and taking it through to completion after the top has been made. In this book, I share many of the techniques and materials I use in […]


Alternatively Bound and Stitched in Long Beach

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There are always a few things I learn teaching a new class, like if I’ve forgotten to put something on the supply list or how long will it take students to go through each part of the class within the 6 hour time frame. With sewing machine based classes at conventions, it always takes a little extra time […]