I am a quilter. In this article, I will share my story of how I exhibited my first quilt in a national exhibition. The focus will be on how, step by small step, I found the courage to do so. This article is not only for quilters though. My hope is that this article will inspire everyone to find the guts to share their art, with friends, strangers and peers alike.
Like all good stories, this story has three elements. A book-loving dragon, a bookmark made with creativity and theft of something valuable, by the author even! And as all good fairytales, there might be redemption at the end when the bad person shows remorse. If she doesn’t there will be a bloody ending. Come, open this book with me, and listen to my story.
There are many alternative ways to get supplies for quilting or embroidery. In this articleI will tell you about four of them: 1. Befriend a tailor or dressmaker. 2. Second-hand stores. 3. Give away groups. 4. Old clothes and other leftover materials.
Sometimes things don’t work out. That happens in life and love, but also in quilt design. All quilters know the problem of having a list
This weekend was the first quilt exhibition WITH MY OWN QUILT in it! Exhibitions will never be the same from this day onwards. Unless they
As I said: it’s my birthday! In honour of that here is a post reflecting on my year, and especially on how far I’ve come