“Branching Out” is a beautiful quilt made for me by Rusty (Jane) Hardy Miller. She designed the block pattern, which is called “Watch Your Step”, it is also featured in one of her quilting books entitled “Step by Step”. The blocks are made up of what I call vanilla fabrics – a variety of [...]
Exciting news: The Fall issue of “STUDIOS” magazine is out and it features 5 pages on my studio!! It is an honor to be one of the seven artists selected (from around the US and one from London). “Studios” features ideas and inspiration for art and creative spaces, each artists talks about their space and [...]
Here is the latest spring knitwear, perfect for Easter….the Chicken Cape modeled by Auntie Fran, a Rhode Island Red. The chicken cape is a shawl pattern my friend Cindy gave me, embellished it with swirls of embroidery.
arizona lottery Here is Sam and Grady wearing their new sweaters I made for them. I think they look adorable! (see previous post in January about this sweater project). SHOUT OUT TO: Mrs. Miles fifth grade class – have fun learning about blogging!
ny lottery The offical Knitting Olympics – Ravelympics 2010!! (yes this is world-wide). Team Maryville is invited to a party at Smithsonjane’s house tonight, Friday 12th….mass Cast-On at 9:00 pm, as the opening Ceremonies begin in Vancouver (it is snowing here). My event: (project) is a Celtic Cabled Cowl (hard to say, even harder to [...]
pa lottery The February/March issue of QuiltingArts magazine is featuring my fiberart work in a section called “In the Spotlight”. To see the full article please check it out on my website. I am thrilled to be in this wonderful publication and thrilled that they spelled my name right.
nj lottery Made to welcome the newest member of our family, Grady (born the very last day in December) and his older (by three years) brother, Sam. They were both knit by using the top down method. Pattern used: Knitting Pure and Simple, Baby & Children’s Neckdown Pullover Yarn: Plymouth Yarns Jelli Beens-Lime Cost: Priceless
texas lottery These note pads make great quick gifts – everyone can use them. This project was inspired by a note pad gift I received. Using a standard sheet of 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper, divide the page into 4 equal sections. At the very bottom of each section, using black marker, write a name [...]