Tutorial: DIY Beeswax Food Wraps

School has already started up for many kids in the USA and here in Canada, we're not too far off. I won some beautiful fat quarters from Stash Fabrics back in the spring. Now many of you know that I choose to use solid fabrics in my quilts over printed fabrics. It's not that I don't appreciate the beauty of the printed… Read More

Dreaming the Night Sky

I had the opportunity to work on a double sized commission for a wee toddler. Her parents wanted to have quilt made for her that would grow up with her. That meant nothing too cutesy or any blatant imagery that a 20-year-old would not appreciate in 19 years. This is a parameter that I love… Read More

Prairie Storm + Female Artists

I married into a family of Saskatchawanians. I had no connections or interest in the prairies prior to my relationship with my now-husband. This summer we had the chance to spend some time at the family cottage two hours north of Saskatoon, as we celebrated the Jackson matriarch’s 90th birthday. I had the chance to… Read More

“Irrational”: In Our Own Words Quilt

On International Women's Day of this year, Kim Soper of Leland Ave. Studios kicked off a project called the "In Our Own Words" quilt: "We are workers, caretakers, survivors and creators who deserve to have our voices heard and our merits celebrated. We are strong, powerful, beautiful, talented, kickass... the list is endless." The word "irrational" has been used… Read More