Showing posts from October, 2018

Purple Roses

After stamping hand dyed fabrics with a few of my hand carved stamps, I felt the need to create something with them. I thought about several patterns but after a friend suggested a log cabin,  I knew that was the right answer.  I love log cabin blocks. After some quick matchstick quilting. . . I had a piece that I really like.   And of course the binding had to be more hand stamped fabric!   This is probably the best binding I have ever made. The best part about creating a quilt from hand dyed and printed fabrics is that it cannot be duplicated!

Wasatch Fiber Arts Class

What a crazy day! Friday night before bed, my face and chest felt funny and itched a little bit. When I went to brush my teeth I saw that I was bright red. I looked like I had a sunburn. No idea what would have caused it. I went to bed and hoped it would be better in the morning. The next morning I was teaching in Ogden, about 45 minutes north of me. Next thing I know, it is 9:30 a.m.! I am late! I rushed to get dressed and noticed I was redder than the night before! I felt okay so I grabbed an apple and headed out the door. Thank goodness all my supplies were already packed in the car. I sped as fast as I could and arrived to class 15 minutes late! Good grief! What a way to make a great impression. Anne Datko, from the Wasatch Fiber Arts group, started the class without me by having everyone introduce themselves. They were half way around when I arrived. Whew! I'm not exactly sure what they all thought of my beet red skin, but they were some of the nicest people I have ever