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New York Beauties & Flying Geese Blog Tour

Hey there, So happy to be coming to you today on my friend Carl Hentsch's  Blog Tour for New York Beauties and Flying Geese, his newest book! I think the first time that I met Carl in person was at Quilt Market (no idea which one or what year). We were talking, and he showed me a "few" ideas for quilts that he had for Generation Q Magazine where I was the Community Editor for about 5 years. "A Few" patterns that he had designed...

ModBlock #3

I posted a photo on Instagram last week about the arrival of this very fun publication that I was invited to participate in! It has been so cool to be listed in ModBlock 3 with my friends and acquaintances Amy Smart, Heather Jones,  Alexia Abegg, Shea  Henderson and a slough of other fabulous designers I have not met yet, but hope to someday! Be prepared to look at a lot of quilts in this post. I had a hard time not just posting them ALL!! They were...

Petites Maisons De Noel

Merry Christmas in April!! I'v been working on a project using these gorgeous French General fabrics from Moda. This line is called Petites Maisons de Noel, and it is oh so delicious. It has been awhile since I have worked in these more vintagey country colors; I am quite enjoying it and a bit nostalgic for the days when this was my main aesthetic. My wife and I have loved what Kaari Meng started at French General so many years ago for decades now. You can probably guess...

Tabby Road

Everyone loves a story, don't they? And I know a really, really delightful storyteller named Tula Pink. Every one of her lines is based on a story she has come up with. I looked online for the storyline behind Tabby Road but I could not find it, so if you know it leave us a comment so we can all find it! But you don't need to know the story behind Tabby Road; it is just so stinkin' cute on its own!! Teaser shots all tied up in...