My Quilt Guild
A Little About me….Hi!
I am the Online Services and Instruction Librarian at San Diego Mesa College, I have a doctorate in Education Technology from Pepperdine University. When not quilty/sewing I like to do Muay Thai kickboxing :-)
Category Archives: Finished!
For those of you who may not know. Sewing with clear vinyl can be a troubling task for the uninitiated. I managed to make gifts this year using clear vinyl and I have a tip or two as well as … Continue reading
Around March/April a quilty girlfriend and I decided that our other pregnant quilty friend needed a baby quilt…as one does. She found this free pattern on the Fat Quarter Shop website called Panda-Monium. We really just used it as a … Continue reading
Okay so I am a bit late to post this one, the quilt was sent around April….to Australia. It did take about a month to get there and I didn’t want to post until it was received but the receiving … Continue reading
Currently, I am working on three super secret quilts and one is in the mail, so those will have to wait. In the meantime, I thought I could do a little catch-up. While I feel that 2015 was not my … Continue reading
I return to my blog with a Storm at Sea quilt finish. Continue reading
In preparation for QuiltCon I decided to make myself a bag for all those classes I had signed for. Meet my Little Ninja Bag. We have a little Ninja girl on one side And Kuromi (the evil Hello Kitty character … Continue reading
First I’d like to introduce you to my Work Tote. It is the same Bijou Lovely pattern I used for my Market Tote that I used in a swap at my guild in April. I’ve been using it everyday and … Continue reading
This November from the 6th-9th I had the pleasure of going to Sewtopia in Salt Lake City with my mom! …and this is how we felt waiting for the plane to take us from San Diego to Utah. Happily, we … Continue reading
As you might remember I decided to enter the Michael Miller Fabric Challenge for the Sewtopia retreat in Salt Lake City. I decided to use the opportunity to test out my Electric Quilt Software and came up with this: I … Continue reading