Have you heard? Angela's book is finally available for sale! I've been really looking forward to getting my hands on this new book, hoping that it would be as practical as I have been imagining. Ohhhh! I am not disappointed! Thanks, Angela for giving us insight into what you do so well! (My background quilt was beautifully quilted by Angela, btw!)
Learning about machine quilting is not the only reading I've been doing. In anticipation of moving my sewing area out of a small guest bedroom and into myIn the meantime, I've decided to make three more of these Helping Hands blocks for a summery table topper. It's been fun to read your comments on modern/traditional quilting in response to my last post....lots of food for thought.
dark, creepy large unfinished basement, I've been examining this idea filled book from cover to cover! There is a lot of practical information between the covers that I think will help me create an inviting studio out of an ugly space. (Stay tuned for before and after photos!)
Kelly suggested using the term "modern traditionalist" which I thought was very appropriate and maybe incompasses so many of us who are drawn to several different styles. Citricsugar wisely adds that modern is more a spirit, and less a label.