Most of what you will find in this section is just good stuff to know and is based on what works for me and hopefully will work for you. And of course some of the information is based on “what not to do, I tried it and it didn't work”. That also can be very helpful. We are all in this together after all. Feel free to use and pass on any tips you find here.
his is interesting…… I am now in the process of completing another quilt comprised of fabric that is hand painted. It is the technique I tried to use to paint the quilt top that I would like to share. Initially, I wanted the top of the quilt to be a
want to share how I construct one of the handiest organizational tools I use when I am in the process of designing one of my art quilts. It is actually a portable mini design wall. I have a number of them in different sizes in my studio and one or al
et’s talk about that sticky stuff. Occasionally, in projects that are to be washed after completion, I will use Elmer’s School Glue. For those that will not be washed, I use an acid free fabric glue. I also use an archival quality adhesive when I am
would like to share my favorite technique for corralling all of those small but essential tools of our obsession. My husband accuses me of being a serial organizer. Hmmm. He may be right but if I can’t find what I need easily when I sit down to sew,