weekly roundup

looking back, moving forward

Last week brought some good news.  My quilt “the cottage door”  was accepted to the


color my world – 30″ x 50″

Whistler House Museum exhibit “Interplay: Fiber and Art Quilts” and will be on display August 11-September 15 in Lowell, MA.  and my quilt “color my world” will be a part of the The Best of Dinner at Eight Artists: Celebrating 10 Years of Exhibitions that will premier at IQF Houston this fall!   I am so happy with the way this quilt turned out and it’s definitely on my top 10 favorites of all the quilts I have made.

I made a lot of progress on the Elizabeth Cady Stanton quilt and I am really happy with the way it is coming along.  I will be doing a full blog post on the construction of this quilt once it is finished.


a peek at the EC Stanton quilt

I updated my resume with the latest exhibit acceptances and added my color my world quilt to the gallery.

I finished the Bicycle quilt and blogged about the process here.

The final draft of my book finally arrived on Friday morning and I have started going through it looking for errors and any changes that need to be made.

On my list of intentions this week:

Since it’s a holiday week here in the US (4th of July) I will lose a couple of days in the fourth-of-july-2460544_1920studio to cookouts and gatherings with friends so I am keeping my intention list short this week.  No sense putting a bunch of stuff on my list that I know there is slim chance of getting done.

I will finish up the final edits on my book and finally get it off my desk!

Continue working on the Elizabeth Cady Stanton quilt.

Have a great week!


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