Ami Simms, founder of the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative, will be on public radio today at 11 a.m. or listen to her interview on your computer. She deserves huge accolades for what she has done to fight this terrible disease, with so many of you out there helping as well. Here is what she says:
"I'll be on PBS radio WVIA-FM at around 11 am today talking about the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative. Listen on your computer at http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wvia/ppr/index.shtml It will be available by podcast some time on Tuesday and rebroadcast at noon on Sunday.
Alzheimer's: Forgetting Piece by Piece will be exhibited this weekend in Lewisburg, PA, hosted by the Susquehanna Chorale. They have just commissioned an original piece of music about Alzheimer's which will be performed on October 9th."
I have two collections of quilting designs for your home machine's hoop embroidery system! Quilting Fancy and Quilting Whimsy are available at Embroidery Online., under the licensed artists' collections.
I have two books about machine quilting on your home sewing machine, published by AQS.
Here is my first book, giving you an overall guide to quilting on your home machine. It helps talk quilters down from the ledge, jump in and quilt their tops successfully. Soon to be "out of print" - thanks for keeping it alive for so long.