About Jenny

Jenny is a wife, mother, grandma, artist and accountant living and working in western North Carolina.

Quilt: Exploding Batiks

This top is still in the design stages. The plan was to start with a centered 9-square block, and then move out from the middle with variations on that […]

Quilt: Space Robot

After babysitting for a soon-to-be 4-year-old boy we made a visit to the Asheville Cotton Company. He asked for a space robot blanket so I made this one for his birthday today. I hope he loves […]

Quilt: Cake Boxes

This quilt was made from a Layer Cake pack I picked up on sale at FatQuarterShop. I really, really love this shop. I haven’t yet backed and quilted this one; it’s a top only for […]

Day 11: Hard and uneven

I woke up badly this morning, and it turned out to be a foretelling of how the day would go. I woke up early as usually, and spent the start of my day printing resumes and cover letter for the 19 letters I’m sending out (cold) to CPAs in the Hendersonville/Brevard area. Having finished those, […]

Guess who is quilting again?

Okay, so its probably not a stumper. I’m happy to report that, although I need an iron to go any further, I have indeed begun quilting again Yay! Once I secure some fold over elastic (in all its many shades!) I hope to begin sewing again as […]

McKay’s – Knoxville

These pictures don’t really do McKay’s justice. This bookstore – now with locations in Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Nashville, TN – is just plain huge. Bigger than big. Marc and I used to go regularly – at least monthly – but now that we’re more than 2 hours away, my guess is we’ll go seasonally, […]

Finally photos…

This is my brother Keith’s quilt, all done. Its made from pieces of my father’s ties as well as some kinda marbled red and grey cottons. Machine pieced and quilted. Approximately 60″ square. This is my sister Becka’s quilt, all done. The top was pieced from white and black cotton, as well as a […]