Though she’s had a number of “black-and-white” jobs, color has always been dear to Christie Ruiz’s heart. Continue reading
Is there a jar of buttons in your sewing room? Here’s a story about a small museum with a big history.
Carrie Nelson is a fan of variety—in her life and in her education. And her new book, Miss Rosie’s Farmhouse Favorites, makes clear she feels that way about quilting, too. Continue reading
A love of quilting is often the inducement for opening a quilt shop. But not always—when Mary Honaker opened Apron Strings, she’d never made a quilt. Continue reading
On a six-month trip to India, when Annie Brady was supposed to be taking a break from design work, she found herself filling notebooks with textile patterns. “It’s a weird compulsion,” she says. “There’s no other choice for me but drawing.” Continue reading