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More hearts!

I placed both of these hearts somewhere in Asheville, NC for someone to find. Check out I found a Quilted Heart. I’ve really enjoyed the hand sewing on these, and how quick they are to make.

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I found a quilted heart

This is the first heart that I left for someone to find. I checked back, two days later and it was gone. I needed a small hand sewing project to do in my sister’s hospital room. Go to www.IFAQH.com for more info!

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Quilting!

I’m almost done with the quilting on this quilt. I started out by using orange thread on the orange and blue thread on the blue. But mostly I’m doing orange thread on the blue as well.

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Tu Bishvat: the trees’ birthday

Here’s a link to a YouTube that I am in and advised the filmmakers on. In the credits they call me, “Seder Advisor, Host and Nut Wrangler.”  This obscure Jewish holiday starts Sunday night, February 5th. (See the new Videos … Continue reading

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I took a Zoom workshop with Irene Roderick!

Irene Roderick’s workshop was called Dancing with the Wall. It was an improvisational process class. We were limited to using only two solid-colored fabrics. Each of the quilts that the students made were very different from each other. This is … Continue reading

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Photos from my reception

On January 8th at St Albans, I had a wonderful reception for my quilt show. Here are a few photos from that afternoon. The show has 47 of my quilts and will stay up through February 28th. St Albans Church … Continue reading

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I taught a hamsa class in person!

Today I lead the Netivot Shalom Rosh Hodesh group in hamsa making. These are hamsas by my students. They are made from 36-gauge metal foil. I’ve really missed teaching in person! I told them a little about the folklore of … Continue reading

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Reception for my quilt show!

You are invited to my reception on Sunday January 8 from 3-5 PM. I’d love to see you there, rain or shine! I’ll serve cookies baked by me, and savory puff pastry goodies, baked by my sister. There will be … Continue reading

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Go see my solo show!

 This is a photo of the east wall at St Albans. I hung two mizrachs there!  I have a solo quilt show up at St Albans Church! There are 47 quilts, from 12″ x 12″ to large wall quilts, … Continue reading

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New/old papercuts!

It’s been a while since I’ve done papercutting. However, I just added several papercuts to the papercut gallery which you can access from the menu bar at the top of my blog. I made most of these a long time … Continue reading

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