If you’re reading this blog you know I love scrap quilts. You may also know that I love to use even the tiniest pieces. After all they did cost as much as the yardage they came from. In fact I feel they are more precious. Because in addition to their monetary value they now have memories attached. So I take those valuable bits and create crumb quilts.
I first discovered this method from Victoria Findlay Wolf. Her work inspires me. She has been a friend and mentor for years. I have her to thank for my favorite quilt. I would never have dared to tackle a double wedding ring without her encouragement. In addition to this encouragement she has also mentored me in my business. Answering questions and introducing me to contacts. What a great help!
A few years back she suggested I should do a book. Once again I felt the overwhelm. I didn’t know where to start. But with all my children flying the nest. A world wide pandemic that canceled all my teaching engagements. I had time to figure it out. So with the help of the knowledgeable and talented people and David and Charles I’ve created a whole book on crumb quilts.