Q & A: Adapting Strip Quilting

Q & A: Adapting Strip Quilting

Questions: Where does a Visually Impaired person start when it comes to quilting or is quilting possible? Yes, quilting is possible to do non-visually. I have found the strip quilting method is not complicated non-visually. This technique is conducive to team sewing,...
Knitting without Sight

Knitting without Sight

Many knitters knit without looking while conversing with others and may not think about that fact. When I point this out to sighted knitters they then realize, yes; they do knit often without looking. Here are ideas to make it easier to knit with vision loss....
Q & A: What’s in your sewing box?

Q & A: What’s in your sewing box?

To enjoy your sewing, mending and needle arts projects it helps to have the right tools or notions. Here is a list of basics found in or with my portable sewing case and in a sewing box. Yes, I use two or more containers with basics; works well to take items on the go...
Reorganizing Needle Arts/Sewing Space

Reorganizing Needle Arts/Sewing Space

If you have read my books or taken my classes, you will know that I stress the importance of organization and things having a home. Check out the Getting Started or Appendix sections on organization in my books for more details. Recently, I rethought my Needle...
“How To Enjoy Machine Sewing Without Sight”

“How To Enjoy Machine Sewing Without Sight”

The machine sewing book is finished! Can be purchased at this link- Needle Arts with Vision Loss: How to Enjoy Machine Sewing Without Sight: https://smashwords.com/books/view/530511 You can sew without sight! “How To Enjoy Machine Sewing Without Sight” is...
Needle Art Inspirations

Needle Art Inspirations

Use the two new Needle Arts with Vision Loss books as sources of inspiration. Friday, March 14th is the release date at the Smashbook link- Make coasters with either of the suggested crafts. Sample or purchase Needle Arts with Vision Loss: How To Enjoy Making Braided...