Spring 2020 graduation is just around the corner and a t-shirt quilt or memory quilt makes a great gift for the new graduate in your life! Here is what you need to know to ensure you have a finished quilt to give at graduation:
We are already well into 2020 and it seems like it went quick and extremely slowly at the same time! I've been busy with lots of great things in the works for Tangible Culture over the past few months. Stay tuned for more info on a few of these ventures soon! But first I wanted to share with you all of the great quilts I made over the holiday season!
Learn the steps I'm taking to reduce wasted fabric and other textile materials here at Tangible Culture and get a sneak peek at one of the quilts that will be available soon in my forthcoming Etsy shop!
I have had the honor of making a number of very special quilts over the past few months and wanted to share some more of those stories with you!
It’s time for an update on the Finish-A-Long! I previously wrote about my third quarter goals for this fun, free, and no pressure challenge intended to help motivate you to finish some of your Works in Progress (WIPs) or Unfinished Objects (UFOs). Now that the fourth quarter is starting its time to check in, tell you how I did, and make my list of projects for the last three months of the year! I hope you'll be inspired to make your own list and play along! Sign ups close this Friday October 18, so you still have a little time...
I have an exciting announcement today! My research on early European and American patchwork quilts is being published by the Modern Quilt Guild in Modern Monthly, their quarterly online magazine! I'm writing a series of three posts and the first article just came out. The series explores European influences on colonial and early Euro-American quilting as well as the shift from these early styles to the block style layout we often think of when we hear the word quilt today.