I'm thrilled to be teaching my bookmaking workshop
at Cinch on Saturday, April 26th!
There's still plenty of time to sign up,
and with enough interest
I'll happily teach it again.
There truly is something magical about making one's own book.
I hope to see you there!
Last week, I began documenting my latest quilt adventure,
Lost and Found, and here's an update:
I settled in to the chain piecing and pressing.
I found it relaxing, enjoyable and so worth
the time and care.
Next, I squared up each block to measure 5.75".
As I trimmed this particular block,
something caught my eye.
Barely visible evidence of something that was.
Can you see the double row of needle holes in the pink square?
A piece of trim? A hem?
One of the things that intrigues me most about
these anonymously pieced blocks
is the mystery life each fabric lived before
being cut up and made anew.
I'm anxious to see what's next for this quilt top.
April is suddenly a whirlwind of teaching classes, taking classes,
shop hopping, quilting, sewing and much more.
Come back to catch all the fun!