Posts Tagged ‘Alternatively Bound and Stitched’

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

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!

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

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 […]