Still house hunting. Wander – the hot air balloon quilt and how it came to be Pigma Paintstiks – what they are and some experimentation Teaching classes in the new season Planning some new tutorials Minecraft Corgi Fairytale on the move
I update you on what’s happened since Episode 76 aired. I got my class samples done! House hunting Katie style An upcoming trip on the horizon to Vegas! Iron review Quilt Bear shipping policy changes Various and sundry photos:
Meet Anne! I talk all about my purchasing decision and what I love about my new Pfaff Powerquilter. A little bit about the classes I’ve been teaching I did an interview with Stephanie from Modern Sewciety! More “Ask anything” questions answered and what I’ve been up to
A bit about Sashiko and why I love it My teaching season has started! First class done, several more to go. Corgi Fairytale news! Keyfobs in the hoop Playing with leather My coneflower class and thread sketching used as quilting Participating in a Kimberly Einmo Craftsy workshop – a new mystery quilt with new Robert Kaufman metallic fabric Creating a wedding guest memory quilt – my design process Sod replacement drama More “ask anything” questions answered!
The kind folks over at Rev.com offered to transcribe an episode for me and I decided to go with one of my favorites! You can listen or download the episode here and see photos of Kimberly’s Florida studio. Interview conducted in February 2012. Podcast transcription by www.rev.com Katie: Welcome to the Katie’s Quilting Corner podcast. I’m a 20 something quilter sharing my personal journey through this fun hobby. Here notion of the previews, free pattern, cold field experiences, Corgi dog stories and life updates. Come get addicted to quilting with me, Katie. This episode is dedicated to an interview that I conducted with Kimberly Einmo and we talked about precuts and her books and her rulers...
A thread painting workshop with Nancy Prince Corgi Fairytale gets shipped off. A final note (warning) about using the bleach gel pens. Creating a free motion quilting class – musings from a teaching perspective Feedback from the “so you want to sell a quilt” post More answers from the recent Rafflecopter giveaway “ask anything” prompt And some photos from Nancy’s workshop: Nancy’s Samples (these are referenced in the podcast) My Samples and Workshop Photos
Problem solving time! Bleeding and what to do about it on white fabric Quite a bit of stashing going on New computer Review of the Tinkertote Craftsy class and my finished tote – plus some things I’ll be changing on my next one Pricing a quilt for sale Book reviews - Liberty Love and Sew! Bamboo Tablet Create More HOA woes I answer some questions from the recent giveaway “Ask Anything” prompt
You can see my recent finishes here Copyright Articles (good food for thought): http://www.tabberone.com/Trademarks/CopyrightLaw/Quilting/Quilting.shtml http://freemotionquilting.blogspot.com/2012/03/copyright-terrorism.html There are many, many traditional blocks that are now in the public domain, which means their copyright has expired. If a block was published before 1923 it is in the public domain and can be used freely. There are other specific rules, but 1923 is a good date to remember. Check Barbara Brackman’s book,“Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns” or its companion software, Blockbase(through Electric Quilt), or “The Quilter’s Album of Patchwork Patterns” by Jinny Beyer for more information about original publication dates for specific blocks. Excerpt via – Piecemeal Quilts For Electric Quilt users you should read their copyright information article See my fabric storage...