Karoline Wallace, 2008

This website is a work in progress but it will be re-designed and completed in January 2015.  PLEASE BARE WITH ME!  I decided that rather than keeping the website closed just because it's not ready is a bit unfriendly. Feel free to contact me if you need to at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

If you are a client of mine, check out News and Tips for My Clients.  If you need help on your home Mac, see Get the Computer Help You Need.  If it's a website you need, see How to Get a Website.  As I work through all this content, I'll put up more more tech articles for my clients (and anyone else interested) and many more images.  I appreciate your patience through this, and I'm so glad to get back to working on this.

Right now I'm particularly hot on Evernote.  It has become a mini passion of mine lately.  Check it out!

The latest completed quilt is A Place to Go.   That quilt has appeared in the Mt Airy Art Garage show, it appeared in the Sept/Oct issue of the Quilter's Newsletter Magazine and was accepted into the IQA's Houston show. More quilts and pictures are coming, but this is what I'm Working on Now

Please come back again soon and contact me if I can help.

updated:  11/21/2014

Get Help Now

You feel like right now, you really need to learn this computer stuff.

But you have special needs and want someone who is experienced with all knowledge levels, is patient and kind, and very experienced. 

You need someone to bring you up to speed quickly and easily, in the comfort of your own home. Maybe you have no experience at all with computers, or you are a beginner or a long-time computer user just trying to get a handle on how to make this thing do what you want it to. 

Karoline Wallace is uniquely qualified to help.

What I'm Working on Now

Quilts

New Landscape #1 and transparencies are on my mind lately.  I would like to work with organza, and perhaps angellina hair to create a completely transparent quilt.  One that could be mounted away from the wall so that light can come through it.

Oscar's Legacy is another one that I am almost ready to quilt (right).  This piece involves thee exploration of my grandfather Oscar Weissbuch's legacy.  This is based on one of his abstract paintings from the 1940's.  I hope to honor it and perhaps expand on it.

Also, the group piece I am working on at my office at Penn is really coming along beautifully.  It's will be called Reflections on Resilience and it is a koi pond scene.