I am honored to have my Utah studio featured in the February 2015 issue of Homespun Magazine! Susan Hurley was such a delight to work with and she is a magician when it comes to writing articles as she made my little room sparkle and sound amazing with the few facts I gave her. Everyone go online and get your own copy of Homespun it's a great magazine with abundant creative inspiration!
Since moving to Kentucky I've setup a new studio which has been a fun new adventure! I've moved out of the basement to a beautiful farmhouse loft with vast windows overlooking green rolling hills and nice friendly cows. Currently the new studio is cluttered with projects, but one day I'll give it a good shine and share the new digs. In the mean time, here's a few of the projects I've been working on.
This is one of my favorites. I like to make it big and small and have made four quilts using this pattern. It is called Plan C and is from the book Schnibbles Times Two. I love it because all you need are two charm packs or layer cakes and some background to make an entire quilt!
This pattern is a form of "Disappearing Four Patch." I found it on Pinterest and I am am so intrigued by the way the white squares and borders are formed. It's so bright and cheery, it brings spring time into the room even in the dead of February.
Happy Sewing and thanks again Susan Hurley and Homespun Magazine!