As promised in my It’s All About Perspective post, here are some photos of the finished wall hanging. I’ve finished quilting over the original quilting stitches and added the binding.
Have you ever started a project, or nearly finished a project, only to discover that your work is barely visible? That’s exactly what happened to me this past Saturday. Well, let me start at the beginning.
Hi Everyone! As 2019 is quickly coming to a close, I just wanted to take a few moments to express my gratitude to you for supporting my small business! I cannot express how much I appreciate your purchasing my patterns, leaving encouraging comments, and sharing what kinds of patterns you would like to see on Read More
Hi Everyone! I am excited to announce a new pattern! It’s a Christmas Tree skirt that children can play with! There are three familiar characters that have interchangeable noses, hats, and antlers. I made each of our grandchildren an Interactive Tree Skirt before Christmas last year. They had a ball changing the features on each Read More
So, my sweet hubby didn’t know about my self-imposed deadline of today for publishing the pattern for the Kids Interactive Tree Skirt. He has surprised me with a day (today) for he and I to just get away and do something fun. Love this man! Anyway, I will have it ready this weekend so that Read More
At Christmas time, our grandchildren each have a small Christmas tree that they can decorate and display in their room. By small, I mean about 18 inches high. Our daughter asked if I could make them each a Christmas tree skirt. She wanted them to be interactive. So I came up with an interactive tree Read More
Hi Everyone! I am so excited to announce the release of a new pattern! Star of the Magi Tree Skirt or Table Topper PDF Version and Star of the Magi Tree Skirt or Table Topper Print Version are available now! Y-seams don’t have to be scary. My easy to follow instructions will help you every Read More
In my last machine quilting post, Machine Quilting Part Four, Creating a Design, I promised that this post would show you how I traveled from one quilting design to the next in my Sawtooth Star quilt. Well, before I explain HOW I travel from one design to the next, I thought I should share with Read More
About a month ago, at our monthly quilt club meeting, two of our members shared a great hand-sewing project with us. Shirley, and Harold showed us how to make folded hexagons. We each received a zip-top bag containing seven fabric circles to make a Grandmother’s Flower Garden flower. As they demonstrated the technique, we followed Read More
When I was in Elementary School, I loved art class! We got to color, and draw, and paint, and make things. It was fun! I wasn’t thinking that someday I might use the things I was learning. It was just fun! Do you remember some of the things you did in art class? (I’m not Read More