Archive For 28 April 2014

Luke Haynes at BluDot

Luke Haynes at BluDot

First of all, if you aren’t familiar with Luke’s work, go check it out right here. Amazing, right? He’s talented and smart and thinks in ways that I can’t quite understand sometimes, but I’m always immensely impressed with his work. I’ve been lucky enough to get to do some work with him, including those white…

White on white on white
White on white on white

White on white on white

Recently I had the opportunity to work on yet another quilt for Luke using the Winding Ways traditional quilt pattern. The 72″ x 96″ quilt is made with 10 different variants of white fabric, including sheers, twill, quilting cotton, silk/cotton blend, and more. It made it a challenge to sew, mixing fabric weights, but using…

Winner!

I bet you thought I forgot, didn’t you? Well, I sorta did, but not really. Mostly it has been nagging at the back of my mind, poking me every so often to tell me that I was supposed to have already announced and sent the book off to the winner of the Modern Quilt Perspectives book….

Bring The Chic Over New York

Bring The Chic Over New York

A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous. I am no longer concerned with sensation and innovation, but with the perfection of my style.

Style from Milan Fashion Week

Style from Milan Fashion Week

It is the prevailing styles in behaviour and the newest creations of textile designers. Because the mtore technical term costume is regularly linked to the term.

Hugo’s Chic New Bag Have a Bit of Wanderlust

Hugo’s Chic New Bag Have a Bit of Wanderlust

Creativity is intelligence having fun—I saw that on Instagram today. Albert Einstein said it!

Modern Quilt Perspectives {book review}

Modern Quilt Perspectives {book review}

It’s finally here, the book that Thomas told me he would someday write way back when we first met at Quilt Market. Houston in 2011, right, Thomas? I’d already fallen for his first collection, Pear Tree, and its lovely muted colors (the same just-off hues that would sucker me into every TK collection).  We’d talked online…

Modern Quilt Perspectives {book review}
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