Breaking all the rules

Quilting My Way

Welcome to the wonderful world of Quilting. Take a walk with me as I share my 12 years of experience as a quilt artist. Teaching Fussy cut applique classes to local quilt shops and Quilt guilds. One of a kind quilts produced just for you.


Why I Quilt...

Quilting in the African American community is a lost art. It is my desire to enlighten the community of skillful arts that indicative of African Americans.  Our quilts have a different flair and colorway that traditional quilts. Embrace your ethnicity through fabric. 

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New Quilts

Colors of Africa was created using African fabrics  from Holland. This quilt was featured in a Black history month exhibit at It Seams to be Sew in Sugarland Texas.

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Who Am I

In 2005 I was introduced into the world of quilting. Years of garment construction made it easy for me to get involved in quilting. Over the years, I have progressed from a novice to an advanced quilter. I am continually perfecting my artistry by taking every opportunity to learn from prize winner quilters and quilt artists.

 It is my desire to teach African Americans and others the skills that has been prevalent in their history for centuries. Preserving the remaining historical quilts is a necessity. 


One of a kind quilts

Specializing in custom one of a kind designs, including T-Shirt quilts, memory quilts, family tree quilts and African motifs.


Upcoming Class

Fussy Cut Applique
Featuring Laura Heine patterns
Where: It Seams To Be Sew
Sugar Land, Texas
When: September 2, 2017.
Limited availability, call for more information 281-302-6059.

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Attending the first African American Quilting Convention in Lawrence, Kansas. Keynote speaker,  Faith Ringold.


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