Thursday, February 28, 2019

QuiltCon 2019 Recap ++ Other Quilty Adventures

In addition to the quilts (you can see my favorites here), I had many other quilty adventures including meeting friends, teaching, learning, shopping, etc.  I am very bad at remembering to take pictures, but here are some from my time at QuiltCon.


I taught two classes at QuiltCon, Subtracting for Minimalism on Thursday morning and EQ8 for Beginners on Thursday night.  Paige of Quilted Blooms (my roommate, co-author, and winner of two ribbons at QuiltCon) helped me in both of the classes and took these pictures.

Subtracting for Minimalism

EQ8 for Beginners


I took Intermediate Lino Printing from Karen Lewis which was awesome.  I don't think that I created any amazing prints, but I had a lot of fun.

My other workshop was Yoga for Healthy Hands by Heidi Parkes.  I have wrist issues and Heidi took us through some great stretching and strengthening exercises for our hands.

 Intermediate Lino Printing


I had the opportunity to help out Yvonne of Quilting Jetgirl in her workshop on Transparency Quilt Design.  Yvonne has such great flow in her class and was very instructive and supportive of her students.  Here we are together.


The only thing that I purchased from the vendors was my thread pooping unicorn from Deborah of Fish Museum and Circus. 🦄  I have followed Deborah on Instagram  for a long time and had my heart set on one of these unicorns.  My unicorn is currently pooping some 12 wt Aurifil thread.


  1. I am so lucky you had time to help me on Sunday morning in my class! I appreciate you and your time and it was good to get a few minutes to catch up with you on Thursday evening, too. <3

  2. Sounds like a good time. It must be exciting to teach at QuiltCon! Your one single purchase is adorable - such restraint in the shopping department!

  3. It was such an honor to be a helper in your class. You and your students were awesome!

  4. Love the new addition to your sewing room. Too fun!

  5. All sounds like a good time! Did we even SEE each other this year?! I don't think so!

  6. Sounds like it was a great time! And man, doesn't every sewing room need a thread pooping unicorn?! My son thought this was the funniest thing ever.


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