The death of George Floyd marked a national crisis inside a pandemic. While I've been working on figuring out life with COVID-19, the events in Minneapolis have made me rethink my values and actions.
I am here to help you finish your quilts during the COVID-19 crisis. To support social distancing guidelines, I have a new procedure for you to safely send me your quilt tops.
Until today, I'd known this quote only as "not all who wander are lost," a pretty phrase lettered above a camping design on a throw pillow.
My niece has outgrown her crib, so my sister turned it into a toddler canopy bed, and asked me to sew a cover for it.
Share these images with your family and friends when you give them one of your beautifully crafted quilts, so they know how to care for it with confidence.
Some gardens take time to bloom. Nobuko and her tiny dog brought me this quilt top she started years (decades!) ago.
Besides being miles away from her family, this Southern Californian has to brave Wisconsin winters.
During my son's break this fall, we cut up all his toddler and kinder clothes (he was super hero obsessed!), and turned them into the most precious quilt.
Instead of stressing over a handmade costume this year, I stitched up a Scaredy Cat Pixel Pillow. Watch my video tutorial, copycat away, and give your home some fall purrr-sonality!
The dogs and cats who live in our homes are beloved family members…who (let’s be honest) lick the floor, roll in dirt, and chew up our favorite socks.