My experience with Mohs surgery to remove basal cell carcinoma from my nose.
A few Jacqueline deJonge quilts.
I recently was interviewed by D. Ruth Esry for an article for the PrimeLife Times newspaper. And she read my article while being interviewed on WGNN radio.
This wholecloth quilt design was a result of a class I took at MQX Midwest with Bethanne Nemesh. We were instructed to bring to class a variety of designs we […]
I purchased at auction, this beautiful unfinished quilt top with lovely cross-stitching and embroidery. I fell in love with it and had to have it. I layered QD wool over […]
This is a quilt I recently completed for the Decatur Quilters Guild as a raffle quilt for the 2020 Quilt Fest. The guild pieced all of the blocks together and […]
My stepson was getting married in just a few days and I had quilted nothing for the newlyweds. That’s not surprising, given that my schedule is booked months out and […]
I can’t say enough good things about this quilt. It was 100″ square and had been pieced well over 10 years ago. The lady (Pat in Georgia) is now in […]
Part of being a longarm machine owner is the ability to do maintenance and repairs on your own machine. An ability to figure out why something is wrong and then […]
I added a robotics package to my longarm last November and have been practicing and getting to know that new technology in between doing custom quilts. I finally feel confident […]