The Leaves are Falling...

...and I'm headed south. Farther south than I've ever been in my life as it turns out - to Austin, Texas for Swap-O-Rama-Rama at Maker Faire. It promises to be a blast - Jenny Hart will be there, and the makers of the film Handmade Nation, and Sabrina Gschwandtner from Knit Knit and really, the absolutely coolest crew of sewers and designers. As I am still in my brace and somewhat medicated I think I will just float around and try and be helpful, and check out the rest of Maker Faire as much as possible.

And since I feel so guilty about posting without any pictures, here's a bit more from the vaults. My dream is to sew again one day (and I will!) But in the meantime here's "Falling Leaf", a piece that I consider a collaboration with the unknown Japanese artist who pieced together the indigo rags to make a serviceable wrapping cloth for moving furniture. I embroidered the maple leaves (a touch of Canadiana) and pieced the "Wild Goose" border.


  1. Anonymous9:21 AM

    god, this is gorgeous....indigo and japanese mended quilts are my loves...

  2. Anonymous6:45 AM

    hi, i love this and for some reason the comment i left got lost....just have to say it again, i love this.

  3. I followed Jude over here. I agree - it's lovely!

  4. Anonymous4:14 PM

    it's like a religious experience. I love love love that quilt.

    Love. like want to roll up in that quilt and


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