My friend asked me if I wanted a bunch of his old t-shirts instead of taking them to Good Will. I wanted to say no- if you remember from my blog last week, I have more t-shirt remnants that I need but I couldn’t turn down the offer and before I knew it, I hadContinue reading “Satisfaction”
In the case of most quilts, there is way more fabric available than can be included. It takes tough love to eliminate favored materials that don’t quite complement the mix. In this case, I eliminated a whole class of materials- all of my t-shirts and workout clothes- rugged basic knits that I wear most days.Continue reading “Autobiography of a Quilt #7- The Other Quilts”
With graduates everywhere, t-shirt quilts are the number one gift to retain and maintain the memories of school.
Fate brought us together by the stage door of the Broadhurst Theater after his performance in “Once Upon A Mattress”. He left that first night saying he had to catch the train. It was the Long Island Railroad that took him to a little apartment above the 24 hours Dunkin Donuts in Port Washington. HeContinue reading “Autobiography of a Quilt #3- The Love Nest”