I’ve wanted to make a scrappy Snail’s Trail quilt for some time now. Over the weekend I decided to start and promptly got all my scraps out of hiding and went to work. Originally, I wanted to use white on white as the background, but I don't have enough white on white. It took forever… Continue reading Lucky Lola
Today I am going to talk about a few different marking tools. These are my personal favorites and are listed in order of preference. I will explore more in future posts, so stay tuned. Let us start with my go-to marking tool. I empty a Chaco Pen Style liner and fill it with Ultimate Pounce… Continue reading My Favorite Marking Tools
Photo Credit: Cel Lisboa School is back in session; seems like a perfect time to share my love of education. I have always loved the process of learning and I am fortunate to be able to teach. For over a year now, I have been hosting the Quilt as You Go Sampler Quilt designed… Continue reading Why I Love to Teach/Learn
QAYG Sampler Quilt So you bought the Westalee Ruler Foot and Sampler Set. Now what do you do? If you can't find a local class or your machine is in a cabinet that you can't load in your car, take an online class. The class we offer is hosted by Pam Varner, Westalee Design Accredited Teacher.… Continue reading Learn to use your Westalee Rulers
WHAT! Well fellow quilters, I've decided to become an educator for Sew Steady®, showing tables (we all love those tables) and Westalee Design for Sew Steady. What is Westalee? Well it is a designer of ruler feet and ruler templates for the domestic sewing machine. I am super excited. I have been working… Continue reading OPEN FOR BUSINESS!