Hi Tea in Texas, Thanks for your support last year, we had a blast! Kathy Sellstrom (purple shirt) was our “announcer” over the intercom for the day.
Sandy Welch and Renee Ledbetter stood in front of the “drum” of raffle tickets. We look forward to visiting with Texas quilters and crafters this September in Conroe at [...]
by Stephanie Miller
Quilting has a way of bringing people together and inspiring community.
And that’s what’s happening with “Les Courdres Point” Quilting Circle in South Central Louisiana, where a group of women are learning the art of quilting while preserving their French heritage.
Meeting in the town of Arnaudville in St. Landry Parish, Les [...]
Operation Kindness has dozens of prospective new best friends for you to meet, and the adorable animals at this shelter inspired this delightful quilt.
The quilt was actually made by the talented children (ages 9 – 11) who attended a day camp at Operation Kindness, located in the Dallas suburb of Carrollton. Lots of love [...]
Martha Coleman A Century of Quilting!
By Janet Pool
Like many quilters, Martha Coleman has enjoyed a lifelong love of quilting. However, one thing distinguishes Coleman from most other quilters. With the recent celebration of her 108th birthday, Martha has been quilting for 101 years.
Turn a cupcake chandelier stand into a stellar teacup centerpiece for your next party. Available at Marshall’s, Homegoods, or TJ Maxx ($120-$130), this piece was transformed by Sandy Holland and Kay Duke of Memorial Baptist Church in Spring, TX. Amazing!
Veronica Cox, Bear Thread Designs
Quilting has always been a craft [...]