Quilter's Journey

From here to there

SF and Quilting
United States
Interests: (40)
amazing race, amber jewelry, bbcamerica, books, bruce springsteen, buffy, cats, chocolate, coffee, cooking, crafts, crocheting, csi, csi miami, fantasy, folk music, food, gordon lightfoot, highlander, house, leonard cohen, lord of the rings, lost, maine coon cats, micro mosaic jewelry, movies, poetry, pooh bean bags, prairie home companion, quilting, reading, rock and roll, science fiction, sharpe, siamese cats, tea, traditional crafts, traditional music, tuxedo cats, wfsa
Please note the Date on the birthday is too young. I'm a Boomer.

I began reading SF and fantasy at an early age as well as sewing. I became a truefan when my husband and I attended our first SF con in Nashville many years ago.

We edited a Hugo award winning fanzine, which ended its run with 30 issues in 2003. It was great fun.

While my activity has waned over the past few years, I still read as much SF/F as I can along with mysteries.

I didn't take up quilting until about 15 years ago, although I have a degree in studio art and spent a few years as a weaver. When I look back at my pre-quilting work, it's obvious I was looking for quilting, even though I wasn't doing it.

Professionally, I was laid off in December 2002 and am still looking for a job in the IT industry - testing or system analyst. Tight market right now.

I also have one cat who is wonderful.