What’s Happening!

Well, sorry I haven’t written for a while. My excuse is that I did not enjoy sitting at my desk with my knee dangling. And, I got distracted with other things 🙂

In just a few weeks I will be teaching Quilted Embroidery at Quilting in the Garden at Alden Lane Nursery. And, I am the guest artist, so I will have an exhibit of my quilts in their beautiful greenhouse! I was so excited when I talked to Cyndee and found that my class was full. So I have been busy putting kits together, and then going through my quilts organizing which ones I want to take for the exhibit. Checking to see if I need to make sleeves for any of them (yes, I do 😦 ). And then working on trying to finish up some smaller pieces.

Here’s what I finished this weekend:

Pink is Pink:



I experimented with different fabrics and threads in this piece.


The circle is wool. Some of the thread is silk, the rest is perle cotton.


I tried fabric weaving in a couple of the blocks.


My Guide:


The verse  says, “He is my God forever and ever and He will guide me until I die.”




This was a little experimental piece I started a LONG time ago. It was just from a doodle in my journal. And then I got tired of it/started new projects/forgot about it/took it out and was uninspired to finish it… And then I decided it was too pretty to leave it unfinished.

I hope if you’re in the area you will come to Quilting in the Garden! Its a wonderful show in a beautiful garden, and there are some great classes offered along with the show.

2 thoughts on “What’s Happening!

  1. Your Pink is Pink is so interesting and feels like a bit of a change from what you’ve done in the past – I love how you continue to find new ways to be creative with your fabric and thread. Of course I love My Guide because of All. The. Stitching.

    I’m super excited for your students – having been taught two things by you (knitting and hand stitching), I know just how excellent of a teacher you are – they are lucky to get to experience teacher Debby. 🙂

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