Windblown is a Zoom Quilt

Windblown on is a Zoom Quilt on The Quilt Show

Cathy Geier of Patchworks that Praise tipped me off. Apparently Windblown is a Zoom Quilt on The Quilt Show. While I had never even heard of Zoom Quilts, it is pretty cool. When you got to their website (http://www.thequiltshow.com/os/zoom.php), you can move your cursor over the image and see a detailed close-up of the stitching. If you’re using an iPad or other mobile device, there’s a special link off to … Continue reading

2013 Quilt Odyssey

Windblown has been traveling a bit this summer. This past weekend it was at Quilt Odyssey in Hershey, Pennsylvania. It came home on Wednesday with a little something extra tucked into its box. Inside was an honorable mention ribbon and some very nice comments from the judges. … Continue reading

Quilt Fest of New Jersey IX

If you’re close to New Jersey, the Quilt Fest of New Jersey runs from February 28 through March 3. I heard that the ribbon winners from the 2013 Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival are supposed to be on display. So, that means “Windblown” should be there. Boy, my quilts definitely travel more than I do! If you’re at the show, stop in, say “hi!,” and snap a quick picture for me, okay? … Continue reading

Road to California 2013

Good news! Good news! I got good news! As you may know, the Road to California Quilter’s Conference and Showcase (road2ca.com) opens today. Sadly, after our fabulous time in the Bay Area last week, we had to go home so we are no longer in California, and I won’t get to go to the show, but two of my quilts are in the judged show. And, I just got good … Continue reading

Review of 2012

Here’s my review of 2012 (DD#2’s idea), but I’m going to start a few months earlier because I especially like those events. 🙂 So, in addition to speaking and teaching at fifteen quilt guilds in less than two years, writing twelve articles for Quilting Arts during that same time, and making three trips to California to visit my dad, here is my life for the last eighteen months in pictures. … Continue reading