Threads of Resistance is a powerful fiber art exhibition that addresses current issues of gender, race, and politics, demonstrating the continued relevance of quilts as political art. It’s on view now at the New England Quilt Museum and will be traveling across the country (see the full schedule […]
Okay, it is still March and I finally squeezed in a newsletter for this month. You can read it here and subscribe to get the newsletter delivered to your inbox every month. I’ve been experimenting more with painted and pieced fabric, but still working through ideas.
This weekend I’ll be leading a quilt workshop at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts in conjunction with Sewn Together: Two Centuries of Alabama Quilts. This exhibition features nineteenth and twentieth century quilts from the collections of the Alabama Department of Archives and History and the […]
Last week was my first time to attend QuiltCon. Although I only spent two days in Savannah, I was excited to see many amazing quilts and have thoughtful conversations with some of my quilting heroes. My lecture at QuiltCon was about moving beyond patterns, setting […]
I’m headed to QuiltCon Savannah! If you’re there, check out my talk Thursday morning at 10:30 am. Beyond Patterns: Explore Your Creativity with Fabric I often find that sewing from instructions leaves me feeling overwhelmed and uninspired. In this talk, I’ll discuss ways to experiment […]