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This quilt is not only a memorial to Rowan’s grandfather, Sunny, but embodies their living relationship that resides in Rowan’s heart. Continue reading
Many hours of pausing to look at this quilt were required before I could commit to sewing the pieces together. Pauses are part of seeing.
Lauren Kenney asked me to make a memorial quilt out of her father’s clothes as a gift for her mother. Learn more about Passage Quilting™.
Mending my coat is metaphor and practice for discerning a path through a difficult life transition. A blessing of hands, heart and creativity.
How to mend? The first step in creative mending your life or your coat is surrender. Continue reading
There are days in my studio when all I can do is knit. Especially on difficult emotional days when everything seems wrong, every cell in my body feels worn, and my mind can’t think through the fog. On those days … Continue reading
What color are you today? Our souls know so many colors and emotions. Most of us experience several different, sometimes conflicting, emotions at once. It is this unique mix of transient emotions that defines my overall mood at any particular … Continue reading
I am the only artist at an outdoor business convention. There are people everywhere with booths giving things away, selling stuff, demonstrating – but there are no aisles or rows, everything is everywhere, chaos. I’m trying to decide if I … Continue reading