It's been a quilt-full year for me. I taught from the Atlantic to the Pacific with a stop along the Gulf of Mexico. Had I a resolution a year ago it would have been for a redesigned website. That happened anyway and it's now a launching pad for my blog.
Last March I taught for a week at Empty Spools at Asilomar in northern California; I'll happily return in March 2013. While nearby, I recorded a C&T video to demonstrate the usefulness of Make It SimplerŪ Fusible Interfacing. Interfacing has long been available. Now it's conveniently sized.
I frequently use interfacing in quiltmaking, lately to construct "Anita's Unbiased Block" for which my free pattern is online here.
Four Unbiased Blocks
Workshops I gave in July at Quilt Festival in Long Beach, CA, were the lull before the storm. Upon my return home I was "door knocked" by Mark Lipinski and videotaped with Jodie Davis for Quilt Out Loud. He actually got down on his knees for me. I continue to unearth things I hid from the two of them. My bathtub still has fabric in it.