Category Archives: Blogging

Blogger’s Quilt Festival Fall ’10

Blogger’s Quilt Festival Fall ’10

This is my entry into the Fall Blogger’s Quilt Festival, the genius idea from Amy of Amy’s Creative Side. It’s an online quilt show that runs at the same time as  the big Quilts, inc show runs. Lots of bloggy quilting friends are there in Houston, so this is a show for those of us… Continue Reading

Work in Progress, and a Call for Makers

Just popping in to say I’m busy busy busy…thought I’d share what’s on the worktable right now: Not very glamorous…that that’s how it goes sometimes! A Call for Makers I feel badly that I’ve not been paying much attention to my series “Makers Must”. I didn’t do a great job of keeping track of who I asked… Continue Reading

And the winner is…

And the winner is…

Maree! I’ve sent you a message! Woot! Thank you all for entering, and “friending” me on the Google connect widget! A couple of you commented that you much prefer staying connected that way, so I’m glad I figured it out! I spent the weekend dyeing a bunch of going green tote bags and I’m also… Continue Reading

The Creative Empire

I had an amazing day today taping Quilting Arts TV. A detailed post with all the deets is coming…after I rest and absorb it all! But, I had to stop in and let you folks know what a fantastic time I had…and also to rave about “Scoutie Girl” Tara Gentile & “Crafting an MBA” Megan… Continue Reading

Empowering Indie Biz Owners to Think BIG

Scoutie Girl Tara Gentile has been ALL OVER the internet lately. She is such a dynamo, her energy is infectious, and she is bound and determined to make us independent artists successful! First, she wrote an open letter to Oprah yesterday, asking her to shine some light on the creative thinkers, makers, and designers of… Continue Reading

Kicking Down Doors

It’s Monday, and I’ve got a lot to do in the next month. So much so, that it overwhelmed me a bit this weekend, and as a result, I got less done than I thought I would, which is setting me up for a downward spiral. (Please note, some of the stress and lack of… Continue Reading