Cataracts removed and vision improved!
Transforming The Blues into Textiles using cloth in an indigo vat.
Transformative experience of Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto
Walk by faith, not by sight.
The creative process described from an Algonquin point of view.
This is day number four after attending the Essential Edge Live Retreat, whose motto is “BE BOLD OR ITALIC never regular | Dream It. Plan It. Live It.” My goals for attending this retreat were two-fold: 1) to gain clarity and insights into ways to increase sales; and 2) to network with other creatives toContinue reading “Essential Edge Live 2016”
Freewriting + Geometric Quilt Designs + Memoir = Modern Quilt Today, I acknowledge and accept the reality of no longer having a mother, father, two grandmothers, one grandfather, two great-grand fathers and one great-grand mother. I was blessed to have had their love, support, teachings, stories, wisdom, songs, jokes, secrets about cooking, instructions about life,Continue reading “Drawing & Researching a Design for a Modern Quilt”
Freewriting About Designing Geometric Quilt Patterns That Relate To Memoir How can historical geometric quilt patterns tell a story about me and my life? Where do I begin? What’s the connection? I’ll begin with what I remember about quilting with Mama, Yat and Mama Mary. I remember them cutting squares and triangles from old clothesContinue reading “Freewriting + Geometric Quilt Patterns + Memoir”
Everyone who knows me as a creative hands person, knows that I owe by loyalty to Penland School of Crafts. I love Penland the way some women love a man. I love Penland because it’s the place on Earth that consistently provides me with an opportunity to transform my life and my creative hands. AContinue reading “From Wait List to a Summer Class @ Penland”
A Healing Balm To Comfort Grief: Free Writing, Drawing, Indigo Dyeing & Stitching As an acknowledgment to my momma’s Crossing Over one month today, I’m sharing my Free Write Blog post. To honor promises that I made to my momma, Doris Lee Jones, her mother, Minnie Eva Woodard and my grandmother caregiver, Mattie (Yat) BurnetteContinue reading “Free Writing, Drawing, Indigo Dyeing & Stitching: Marks 4 Healing”