Tell us a bit about yourself: I am a Mom with a wonderful family, a terrific husband, and a couple of dogs that really fill my days. One of the best things I ever did was work in a quilt store. I met so many lovely people and made some fabulous friends. I have been a member of OMQG for 2 years am always inspired every month- if only there was more time!
Tell us about the first quilt you made: The first quilt I ever made was a "puff" quilt. Each square had layers of flannel and polyester batting in them so they looked like little biscuits and then they were sewn together. They were so soft! My son could have cared less about it but my friend's daughter wore out 3! Including my sons! Boys-I tell you!
How would you describe your style? I would have to say that my style is definitely more modern than anything else. I really like the negative space for quilting. Oh to have the talent of Angela Waters!
Any quilting fails? There are lots of quilting fails. Part of the growing process. Sometimes when quilting, my head and hands don't speak the same language. I have learned to be careful when making that bold thread choice- sometimes it bites back.
Inspiration? Collages. I am fascinated with Laura Heine collage quilts and am working up to creating my own.....someday.
What is your best advice for a beginning quilter? My best advice for a beginning Quilter would be to ask questions of everyone. Utilize those quilt shops! We all have an opinion or a way of doing something that just may click for you.