This is where my Alaska quilting got its start with this Stack n Whack quilt. My friends Anisa and Jodie taught me how to tear (yes, I said tear it is part of the stack n whack process) and then cut the pieces. I sewed the pieces together on my Brother sewing machine that I brought with me from PA a few years earlier. I did the quilting on that same machine using a Stitch-in-the-Ditch style and my addiction to this new type of creativity began.
I would like to invite you to travel along with me as my adventures take on various perspectives of Quilting Concepts. I will be sharing my personal projects along with those of my customers from near and far. I am new to the world of Blogs, so I ask that you be patient as I learn to share with you. As with many quilters and crafters, I have what is referred to as a real job. The real job can be very stressful and my sewing studio previously known as the “dining room” is one of the places I find peace and relax. I also love nature and the great outdoors; living in Alaska affords me many exciting experiences along with some great photographs that will be included periodically.