In which I attempt to quilt perfect concentric circles (can it even be done?) and fail. For pix and links, go here: offkilterquilt.com
When I saw a picture of red paper airplanes, I immediately thought, 'A ha! Another birds in the air quilt!' Go over to http://www.offkilterquilt.com and see what you think!
Is paper-piecing like riding a bike? Hardly, but I'm slowly getting the hang of it again! For pix of recent projects, go here: http://www.offkilterquilt.com
That thing fabric manufacturers send you with sample fabrics on it? It's called a color card! The things I learn doing this podcast ...
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Finally finished the Modern Birds in the Air top (v.1)! To take a peek, go to http://www.offkilterquilt.com. And leave a comment while you're there!
It's been a few weeks since I last posted, weeks I was away on vacation and at a big librarian convention, weeks during which I've done some quilting, but not a lot. But the engines are revving, the needle is moving, and the Birds in the Air blocks are lining up on the wall ... for pictures, go to http://www.offkilterquilt.com
Birds in the Air is real! Or close to being real! It has a cover. It has pages. One of these days, it will have readers!
To get a look at the cover, go here: http://www.offkilterquilt.com.
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As I start thinking about marketing Birds in the Air, I've gotten interested in how different quilty-type people use social media. Some are sellers, selling themselves in order to sell their products, some are sharers making an effort to create community, and a few special few are both.
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In this episode, I rely heavily on the transition "anyhoo" as I discuss my current projects as well as the concept of "eyeballing it" when it comes to deciding whether or not you're in violation of copyright law, and my exciting news about my Birds in the Air book tour kick-off--hello, Atlanta!