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thoughts on turning darkness into light Life is a tapestry. That’s what people say—the celebrations and struggles, the determination to hope and love are like stitches taken to fill a waiting length of fine fabric. And those stitches, bold or … Continue reading
Sherry, who is a writer, editor and friend, asked if I would participate in this ’round robin’ of writer interviews. I know you’d enjoy her story, too. Everyone enjoys hearing about writers and their writing process and plans. Follow the … Continue reading
It’s true what they say, “TOO Long. Your book is TOO Long. It’s Huge. , It’s Hefty. I’ll say it again… TOO Long.” They also say “It’s who you know,” at least that’s what I heard again and again when … Continue reading
as a group of strangers who loved books and quilting. So we gathered together to make the Solomon’s Puzzle Sampler Quilt. Quickly I discovered how talented my “students” are. Here are some of them with the first block of the … Continue reading
If you’re making a Solomon’s Puzzle Sampler Quilt… or if you’ve finished yours, please post a picture here and on the Craftsy website, where I’m now offering the quilt pattern for download. I’d appreciate it so much!