Samples of my work

This is a scrappy quilt made from 5″charm squares given out during the 2010 Atlanta Quilt Shop Hop, plus a few from my stash.  Quilt was donated on behalf of my quilt guild to the Paulding County Sheriff’s Department in support of the guild’s community service mission.

This quilt was my first ever entry into the juried East Cobb Quilt Guild Show held in September 2009.  It was machine quilted by Shannon Baker of Lucky Dog Stitches.  Didn’t place, but received nice feedback from the judges and am already hard at work at my entries for the 2011 ECQG show!

This is a 4×4 rail fence pattern baby quilt.  It is approximately 36″ square. These type of quilts are great for showcasing a theme or focus fabric along with two-four complementary colors.  Here we have a yellow dog fabric with white/black pawprints and a blue swirl pattern fabric.  The inner border is a stripe, which nicely frames the rail fence pattern.

Sometimes you never know who might be sitting next to you

Last night, I almost skipped the AMQG’s sew-in at a local fabric store.

I was running late due to work obligations, tired, and I didn’t have a project ready to go.  In a flash of inspiration, I scooped up the bulls-eye blocks from the Silver Comet Stitchers’ block swap, grabbed my FW and left.

I arrived almost an hour late, with a much needed Diet Coke in hand.  As I set up my machine, I listened to snatches of conversation around me.  The lady next to me mentioned she was making the sample for a book she’s currently writing.  Know how it feels when you recognize someone but can’t for the life of you remember how, where or why you might know this person?  As soon as she said her name – Jodie – I knew.  None other than Jodie Davis from QNNtv was sitting next to me.  She confirmed and I thoroughly enjoyed the conversation that followed.

I don’t think anyone else recognized her, but as the night wore on, they realized someone of note in the quilting world was in their midst.  Jodie never really let on who she was to anyone but one person besides me in our group.  She obviously appreciated being incognito for a change.

Hope she comes back to visit AMQG as her schedule allows.  Also hope the traveling Aurifil thread cone made it to New Jersey.

Virtual Quilting Field Trip

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Silver Comet Stitchers – April 18, 2011
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