I usually record hyperlapse videos because we have teeny attention spans. But today I give you real time wiggle quilting on the Thornbush Quilt.
Before I sewed together all of the blocks I made for this quilt, I took a bunch of photos to make this fun stop motion animation of the quilt coming together.
Here are some fun video animations I made of the Suncake Quilt cycling through different colorings. This potential colorways for this design increase exponentially once you consider using the same color/fabric for multiple groups.
Behind the scenes photos of the quilt making process for For Snozzberry.
Welcome to my new blog!
Before there was social media, the people of whatever my generation is called used blogs to tell the world our most random, intimate thoughts or post amusing photos. With this blog, I’m going to tell you all of my quilt related thoughts and share my super fresh quilt pics.
My actual first blog post from September 26th, 2001:
While I was on the adventure of tracking that down for you, I collected a few more snapshots from my blogzumé:
Me with Flat Stefanie 1.5 months later:
If you’re still reading this – thank you, I love you.
I promise the next post is going to be about quilts.