Thursday, May 5, 2016

Why does life keep me from quilting?  We all have crazy lives but sometimes I feel like mine is out of control.  I took on a new adventure.  I'm teaching in my home.  It's the only thing that made sense financially for me.  I turned my dining room into a class room.  This way no one has to go up stairs. I've had a beginning quilting class and one of my patterns so far.  It's been fun and I like being my own boss.  

I've been working on some of my patterns also.

I reformatted my Log Cabin Paseos pattern.  I'll be teaching this up north, outside of Redding, in Palo Cedro at Blue Iris Quit shop in July.

I also just finish my Asian Lights pattern thanks to the great proofreading of Linda Matthews.  What would I do without you!  The class for this is May 21.  I have only one more opening.

I was also able to teach some of the Material Girls how to Stack and Whack.  This maybe a new pattern in the future!

I'm also trying to teach some scrap classes.  The coasters and pincushions class wasn't very successful.  Looking forward to the postcard class.  I have also developed a new pattern for five inch squares. (Coming soon!)

In my spare time I covered a cushion for my friend Jeannie.  Loved the fabric she picked.  I wasn't sure I could do it but was very happy how it came out.

It has been nice being in a hotel with decent Internet, thus the post.  Hope to keep you posted on classes.  If you are interested in getting my newsletter or any of my patterns, email me at

1 comment:

  1. I wish you luck with your teaching gig at home. You are a great teacher.