Two Tip Tuesday – Happenings and Thanksgiving

Oh time flies….it has it been a while! Houston was amazing and I’m so happy to have shared some time with you in my booth for both Market and Festival! Plus, WELCOME if you are new after taking a class or lecture with me! It was a great several weeks and some long days of driving to and from Houston.

Apologies for the delay since the last Two Tips, my computer crashed and I’m working on a new device to catch up! Please send good thoughts my way to recover my life on my computer!


I wrote a book! I have kept this a secret for two years and I’m so proud of how it turned out. Please welcome…..

Hexie Speak – Say it with Hexies A Design Workbook

It has two complete upper case alphabets, one lower case, numbers, punctuation, 18 horizontal borders and 15 vertical borders. The cover is below The book includes different version of putting your letters and borders together into a quilt, wall hanging, pillow or table runner. A great way to “say it” with fabric using half hexies! My Hex-a-Mini is the ideal size to use! The book will be on my website for purchase by next week.

I hope you enjoy giving a voice to your creations.

I am thankful for all the people who helped sew, give input and support to make it happen! Faye Postma, Cheryl Gucwa and Nancy Sullivan were on my secret crew!! A HUGE thanks to Nancy Messuri for her design work in EQ to create the layouts that I used for these creations.

During this week of Thanksgiving…a special thank you to family, friends and quilter friends. Your support means the world to me!

in quilting and thanks,


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