Quilt repairs, restorations, commissions. What should I do with Grandma's quilt? As quilters and collectors of quilts we are all faced with decisions about what to do with our quilts that are showing signs of wear, especially older quilts that are near and dear to our hearts.READ MORE
Some very good things happened in my life since a hospital visit in December 2019 to our move to Savannah in 2022. Reminding myself of the good things in a quilted diary began as a covid project, became a morning meditation. and morphed into a diary of my personal journey.READ MORE
You can find me any Wednesday at Sew Much More. Join us for open sew! The Savannah Quilt Guild meets the second Saturday of the month and they are a wonderful group of women! Keep an eye on my blog for upcoming classes and lectures.READ MORE
What's Going On
A quick look at what's going on in my world. New stuff, old stuff, fabric, felines, and fun stuff.
Cathedral Windows Quilt Repair
This beautiful Cathedral Windows quilt was coming apart. The little window pictures were charming and the quilt was clean and […]
The Dog Ate my Quilt
A new puppy did some serious damage to this beloved quilt. The gentleman who brought me the quilt his grandmother […]
Quilt Repair Lady Log Cabin
This quilt was brought to me for repair several years ago. It’s one of my favorites. It is made of […]
Christmas Bird Ornament
This little ornament was a hand class I taught at the Quilted Ewe. It always makes me smile.
Layered Curves Log Cabin
Layered curves log cabin design, technique by Karen Eckmeier of the Quilted Lizard
Quilt Repair and Restoration
The Process of Repairing Quilts ~ Coming Soon
Quilt Inspector One
Softness and snug-ability are his specialties. Although blind, Charlie can locate and occupy a quilt in record time.
Quilt Inspector Two
Sammy evaluates all quilts for sleep-ability. Napping is her specialty: back, side, curled up, stretched out. If a quilt is nappable she'll know.
Queen Quilt Inspector
Elder of the inspection team. No one knows quilts like Maggie. Spending most of her time in the "quilt room" keeping a eye on Mom, Maggie has been known to play the gravity game with sewing objects if the room is empty for any length of time.