Sunday, March 30, 2014

Curvalicious, The Big Unveiling

Yesterday was the day.  It was the day the I have been working towards for the last 2 months. 
 It was the day that I unveiled this:
What is it, you ask?  It's my tool that I designed.  It's made out of acrylic and it is a very cool fluorescent green making it difficult to lose.  It was a journey to get here.
I designed it to make this skinny quilt out of silk dupioni:
Yesterday was it's debut at The Red Rose Quilt Guild in Lancaster, PA.  They were my guinea pigs and wow! did we have a good time. Many of the quilters chose to use one of my silk kits, but a few of them chose to use cotton.  It was so exciting to see how the quilts turned out. I made sure to remember to take lots of photos.



Thank you ladies.
You have made me so happy.
And the best part is I had a bunch of the Curvalicious tools made and I am selling them along with my kits in my etsy shop. I have also created a blog page just for Curvalicious with a video about how to use the tool.  Come visit by clicking HERE and please, if you like it, give me a thumbs up.
Come and be a part of the Curvalicious Crew!
Follow on Bloglovin


  1. Congratulations of the unveiling of your new tool!

  2. Congratulations on the new tool and such a fun quilt and tool for making one.


  3. Congrats! I just signed up to take the class in July at Mid-Appalachian. See you there!

  4. Just signed up to take your class in July at Mid-Appalachian to make this quilt. Congrats on designing and bringing your baby to fruition!! Looking forward to the class already!

  5. Oh, this looks like so much fun!! Can't wait until you come to Warwick to teach the class. Andrea

  6. It was such a fun class! Cheryl, Catherine and Kathy's table runners look like giant zig-zags, don't they?

  7. Congratulations. And I love, love, love your skinny quilt and seeing what others are creating too. Ideas are spinning in my mind.


  8. Wow Cheryl,
    I can't wait to take your class at MAQ.
    Looks like we're going to have a good time.

  9. Wow! Congratulations!!! Books, patterns, and now rulers! Way cool!

  10. Cheryl, all those finished quilts together look great! Your students look so happy showing their quilts!


Thanks for stopping by. I'd love to hear from you.