Day 2 of the Designers Quilt Show – Welcome!
We got off to a GREAT start yesterday, and I am glad that you are here with us for the second day of the Designers Quilt Show. This virtual event brings together (for me) some old friends and some old friends I haven’t met yet – if that makes any sense. This brings together 28 international designers, over 6 days – for fun, inspiration, some demos, some tutorials, some food – and a whole lot of prizes. What makes this different is that it’s broken down into manageable chunks, so you take your time and get to know each one of us.
Today’s designers are:
We’ve all been working hard on this project, so I hope that you can take some time, maybe pour some coffee and see what we have planned for you all.
One Quilting Circle is my creative home on the web, and I have been buying the fabrics that I love for the better part of 25 years. I have a beautiful stash, not the biggest by a long shot – but filled with absolutely the most beautiful fabrics that I now get to play with. I’ve never met a batik I don’t like, and I concentrate my design work around helping you get the most mileage out of yours. My newsletter is called Cornerstones, and that name comes from the part of a quilt top that traditionally joins together different elements.
My shop here has my current patterns, and there’s a steady stream of patterns being added later this year, as well as a few online courses…and you’ll be hearing all about them in Cornerstones in the coming weeks.
I’m not modern, but I’m not traditional either. I am drawn to clean lines in my design aesthetic, and I love being able to explore negative space when I am quilting a top.
My favorite saying…Inspiration is Everywhere, everyday.
My word for 2020 is Fearless…which is how I wound up as part of the DesignersQuilt Show.
Back to the event website, don’t forget to take part in our classroom experience…and if you’ve ever been curious about how a Cricut Maker can help you work with your piecing…come by my Facebook live on Wednesday at 10 and I have some tricks to show you.
Thanks for coming by, and I hope you’re a regular visitor.