A few weeks ago, I became a member of the Israel Quilter’s Association. I’m so glad that I did. The association runs bi-yearly workshops to learn new techniques for creating different types of quilts. Last week I went to one of those workshops.
When I grow up I want to be Angela Walters. I know, I’m older than she is, but she looks like she has so much fun quilting all day – or should I say all night? She has authored a bunch of quilting books, runs a quilting store, teaches free motion quilting classes, writes on her blog, Quilting is My Therapy, and quilts as a profession.
Besides the classes that she teaches on Craftsy. Craftsy has a series of series of videos featuring Angela doing what she does best. It’s called The Midnight Quilt Show. It’s a series of videos tutorials that teach quilting skills – both piecing and free-motion quilting. They are a lot of fun to watch, even if you don’t make any of the quilts.
I have a lot of fabric. I love my fabric stash. Just when I think that I’m making a dent in it, I find a great sale and have to buy more – it’s very economical to buy more when it’s on sale, right? Continue reading “The beauty of precuts”