For issue 82 of Quilters Companion magazine, I was fortunate to share with readers a peek of Prue Noonan’s textile studio. Writing about other quilters’ studios is always a privilege. I love learning about how they are set up and how materials are stored. Best of all, I enjoy describing the ways a quilter uses her space […]
My writing for Quilters Companion magazine during the past year has allowed me to take peeks into the creative habits and workspaces of some fabulous Australian textile artists and quilt makers. It’s such a privilege! Just like peering through a window, I catch glimpses of how these artists arrange their spaces and go about their creative work. […]
In the current issue of Quilters Companion, I was pleased to see Brenda Gael Smith’s fabulous studio – the one with the most stunning view over Copacabana beach. Envious much? You can now read this article online. I love hearing about how quilters set up their sewing spaces. So many different places and so many ways! […]
My first article for Quilters Companion Magazine is published in the current issue of Great Australian Quits (no. 6). For the article, I had the pleasure of interviewing author Claire Saxby about her latest children’s book, My Name is Lizzie Flynn.
One of my treasures is my baby book. My parents collected ephemera about my life from the day I was born – things like baby photos, school reports, class photos, news clipping from local newspapers, university graduation programs. My mother recorded developmental milestones, such as my first tooth emerged when I was seven months old, […]