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Wednesday Quote

In large measure, becoming an artist consists of learning to accept yourself, which makes your work personal, and in following your own voice, which makes your work distinctive. David Bayles / Ted Orland This one makes me think … about possibilities, following your instincts, learning to trust yourself … and allowing yourself to make mistakes…

Finally … finished!

Finally … finished!

Good afternoon, Hope this finds everyone doing fine, being creative, staying busy and happy. I’ve been busy these past few weeks preparing for my trip to Ireland starting tonight. While I was piling up the things that I needed to take with me, and what I needed to pack, I realized that a long time…

Wednesday Quote

Wednesday Quote

It seems keeping company with stones is Keeping company with eternity From such a distant place That still resides in me. We hear it in silence. We feel it in stones….. And you release it in this gathering together. Neva Gagliano Did you know that I love stones, rocks, pebbles?  All kinds, all shapes, all…

Wednesday Quote

Wednesday Quote

“Our purpose in life isn’t to arrive at a destination where we find inspiration, just as the purpose of dancing isn’t to end up at a particular spot on the floor. The purpose of dancing — and of life — is to enjoy every moment and every step, regardless of where we are when the…

Wednesday Quote

Wednesday Quote

“I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more importantly, you’re doing Something. So that’s my wish for you, and all of…

Quilting Arts Magazine – February/March 2015

Quilting Arts Magazine – February/March 2015

The February/March 2015 issue no. 73 of Quilting Arts Magazine will be available on January 27 at newsstands. If you are a subscriber, you should be receiving your copy shortly. I am very excited as, once again, there is an article written by me called “Designing with Texture: Create Customized Rubbing Plates”. If you’d like…