I thought I would share some sites which posted something about my blog, my work, or had something nice to say.
First up is Dorothy Miller’s blog, where she has a post titled, “Taxes, yuck! Carla Barrett, YEAH!!!” I am so glad I ranked higher than taxes, whew! that is a relief! Anyway, Dorothy drove many hours to attend one of my classes in Northern CA, and she talks about her experience prior to class.
Dorothy’s next post after taking my class is titled, “Carla Barrett”s Quilt Whisperer Class.” She talks about her experience both in and after class. I invited her home with me to show her some tricks in person. I warned her my studio was a mess, but she didn’t mind and even took a picture of what my studio looks like after I finish a big product. LOL
Next Feathered Fibers mention is on Barbara Chainey’s blog. Barbara blogs about the post I recently wrote about her stencils and work. While you are there, be sure to check out the stunning corded and quilted quilt she shares… inspiring!
Vicki Welsh mentions my recently finished guild quilt on her blog, Field Trips in Fiber. Vicki compiles all the interesting items she comes across on her internet blog feeders into a weekly column called “Field Tripping the Web.” As an FYI, Vicki also makes and sells some wonderful soap, which I use all the time.
Cold Feet Quilter, Deb H., mentions one of my many tricks for working with wonky quilts on her blog. Deb, I hope you found it useful! In case you were wondering, Deb lives in Alaska and also does fiber art.
Judy, from the Apron Strings blog, took up one of my challenges and converted thrift store sweaters into useful, decorative items! Here, she made her husband felted wool slippers and a camera case. In this post, she made a cute Tea Cozy. Kudos, too, for Judy’s wonderful tutorial on how to make felted wool mittens. Terrific job, Judy!!
Talented Machine Quilting Teacher, Kim S., mentions on her blog both my Quilt Whisperer Class and my Quilt Whisperer Yahoo Group. Thanks, Kim!! By the way, if you want to talk about quilting design and life, you are invited to join my Yahoo Group. The link is above.
Timber Hill Thread’s Angie has lots of visuals on her post where she mentions dusting off her bamboo tablet and practicing what she learned in my Quilt Whisperer Class. She even shows off a QW example I did for her in class.
Emma from Sampaquita Quilts in Australia says that I inspired her gorgeous feathery design. Thanks, Emma, you did a fabulous job. Be sure you look at her quilts while you are visiting her site. Good stuff!!
Thanks for all the links!! Hopefully, this helps to share the love back at some recent sites linking to me!! If anyone blogs about me, my work, or my blog, please drop me a message so I can return the favor.