In the days and weeks that lead up to Quilt Market, Moda designers are in a frenzy of sewing. While sewing on-the-job sounds like a dream come true, trying to get it done on a tight deadline can be tough. And trying to create multiple quilts, bags, garments, and other items and display them beautifully is no easy task. Continue reading
That sounds a little like a milestone from my baby book, doesn’t it? It should! Though I first started attending Quilt Market in Houston nine years ago, this year really did feel like a case of “baby’s first steps.”
Those steps started months ago, when Moda asked me to design a line of fabric based on feed sacks.
From 4,679 miles away, it’s clear that Christopher Wilson-Tate’s adores textiles. Continue reading
Sisters, sisters, there were never such devoted sisters… Continue reading
Seems simple enough—you take some fabric, cut it up, move the pieces around, sew them back together and what’ve you got? A quilt top.