Archive for July, 2009

Creative Minds

Published on July 26, 2009

Over the years I have learned that the creative process cannot be controlled. New ideas cannot be called up at will. In fact, they often appear at the most inopportune times. Worse still, if a great idea is ignored, or pushed aside to be developed late, it will disappear altogether into the recesses of the [...]

Retreat Weekend at Jeana’s House

Published on July 20, 2009

A couple of years ago I decided to stop traveling around the country to teach quilting and to concentrate on teaching nearer to home. One of the things I did is to start a couple of different year-long classes at a shop in Salt Lake City.
Once a month I travel 100 miles to the City [...]