I recorded this podcast before I took the Birds in the Air tour down to Atlanta last week. Experience the thrills and chills of quilting six quilts under deadline! Ponder why I never figure out what I'm doing until I'm halfway through. For pix: http://www.offkilterquilt.com.
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 ...
For pix (not of color cards, but of other stuff), go here: http://www.offkilterquilt.com
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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Six years of quilty goodness and counting! Thanks for sticking with me all these years! Go over to offkilterquilt.com, leave a comment and you'll be automatically entered to win a $25 gift certificate from Fat Quarter Shop!
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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