Schedule for my Open Studio Sessions in February & March 2022.
Algonquin BFFs. Stories by a Pou Wau Dancer.
We experience many mysteries in life that we can’t understand. To survive we need preserving steadfast faith and unshakable hope in Jesus as Christ.
Using fabric from my indigo dyed cloth stash, along with my clothes that were rescued from my eviction, I’m creating new quilt designs about The Blues of “Winter In America.”
New Year’s Eve is Watchnight for people of color born on the land of the Union States. Watchnight Ceremony is a healing medicine to send blessings to all who need them with much love, honor and respect.
My analysis of the process is to think music. Listen to the electric Blues guitar of Jimi Hendricks perform Hear My Train A Comin’. (Web Link) Problems to Solve. Fabric puckers. Because we are cutting against the grain and bias of the fabric, puckering happens. Be flexible and open to trying experimental solutions. Make itContinue reading “My Reflections On The Process of Improvisational Quilting”
Moments in life are full of unexpected changes. The older I get the less I understand about people and circumstances. I do know a few truths, one of which requires me to stay in the moment in order to walk out my purpose. Mat Randolph described four traps set for all of us inContinue reading “Walking Out Transformation”
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”