Posts Tagged ‘Quilt Show’

A Well Oiled Machine

No, I’m not talking about my sewing machine.  I’m referring to my quilt guild, Seaside Piecemakers, in Melbourne, FL.  These ladies ROCK! Today was “quilt turn in day” for our upcoming quilt show.  What a well-oiled machine!  The entire process was extremely efficient and thorough.  From paperwork, to nametags, to checking sleeve sizes, no stone was […]

World Quilt Show – Florida 2014: Part Two

In my last post I showed you many of the wonderful traveling quilts at what we locals call “The West Palm show.”  Now, for the ones made by Floridians. Click any image for a larger view And, last but not least, a photo of my chauffeur for the day, Gabriele DiTota.  She’s shown with her […]

“Color Makes the Quilt”

What to do with a gorgeous piece of hand dyed fabric?  Back in 2003 my ideas were limited, so I decided to use it as a sampler for quilting designs.  But, it was just too pretty to be relegated to sampler status, so I added some more fabrics and created this, called Color Makes the Quilt. […]

Prepping for Sticky Fingers Demo

On Saturday, March 13th, I’ll be doing a demonstration of my “Sticky Fingers” technique, in conjunction with my guild’s local quilt show. In preparation for that, I’ve been working on a sample background, which I’ll paint as part of the demo.  The fabrics are mostly white-on-white, with a few black and white thrown in.  Click […]

A Ribbon!

My local quilt guild has a show coming up this weekend, and I have several quilts in it.  I recently received word that Security won a second place ribbon in its category.  That’s always nice!  Click any image for a larger view. Above:  Security Below:  detail Here’s the show information.  Click to enlarge. I always […]