I wrote an article on this subject in the Autumn 2014 Quilter’s World issue.
When deciding on the 12 steps to successful quilt making, I knew precision cutting had to be one of them. The only question was which ranking it would have.
Here are a few key elements to ensure that you have precision cutting: Continue reading “STEP 4: PRECISE CUTTING”
If you are looking for something to do over the weekend I might suggest heading over to Vermont!
This is THE weekend to go if you are a quilter! You have to go to the Vermont Quilt Festival in Essex Junction. And you will have many surprises. This year, they are celebrating their 40th anniversary and Ruth B. McDowell is their special exhibit along with a variety of antique quilts in the Miller North building. There will be 200 quilts featured in the competition located in the Miller South building and this year they were happy to notice a record breaking number of quilts from Quebec! Can’t wait to see them all starting Thursday night! Continue reading “WEEKEND GETAWAY IN VERMONT”
I have made it back home from Spring Quilt Market in Salt Lake City and took some time to rest after a hectic schedule which included a sprint run in O’Hare airport to make my connecting flight home. I had such a great time and met so many wonderful people that it will be difficult to keep this blog short.
The exciting news is that I finally launched my new pattern Dancing Diamonds and you can order your copy from PlumEasy Patterns. Continue reading “SPRING QUILT MARKET”
This is such an exciting moment!
This morning, I perused through the Carrefour Européen du Patchwork’s website and they finally have posted the list of teachers and classes that will take place during their big event next September. And guess what? I will be one of the teachers.
Continue reading “FRANCE HERE I COME!”