Sometimes (heck, many times) other bloggers say things so much better than I can. I want to highlight some posts, on a variety of subjects, that do just that.
Next, a great humorous piece about that goody two shoes of quilting, Sunbonnet Sue, from Love Those “Hands At Home.”
Continuing with another post from Kerry, here’s her photo essay on autumn. I hope to use some of these images for a landscape quilt, and yes, I’ve asked her permission to do so.
Blue Mountain Daisy, from Australia, spins a wonderful story from her hexagons. For the sake of this tale I’ll put up with rabbits on fabric.
And I can’t leave out Textile Ranger’s explorations of ancient Cretan textiles.
Investigative reporting on a quilter’s blog. Why not? Melanie of Catbird Quilt Studio checks out the veracity of underground railroad quilt codes here and here. Unfortunately, this story is sometimes presented as fact in schools.
Oh right, you’re probably looking for a picture. Here’s a small quilt I made a few years ago called Autumn Whispers. It’s based on a workshop I did with Vikki Pignatelli.