In my previous post, I shared about a handy little magnetic wand that I keep right by my sewing machine. A magnetic wand. It is actually part of a set that I bought at our local home improvement store. Along with the magnetic wand, this set includes…
Hello Everyone! I hope you all are staying well and safe! It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted anything. I have been making masks, and masks, and more masks. I have made the common “surgical” style mask. A Form Fitted style, which is the kind I wear to work. And, a Face Shield style. Read More
How many sewing machines do you own? How many do you use on a regular basis? How many do you use on a non-regular basis? Pretty much, every quilter I meet has, at least, more than one sewing machine.
With your rotary cutter in one hand and a quilt ruler in just the right position on your fabric in the other, have you ever been right in the middle of a cut when your ruler shifted?
And the winner is……… Barbara Steele! Congratulations, Barbara, your name was drawn for the Quilter’s Complete Guide giveaway! Please, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your street address and I will mail your book right out to you! Again, congratulations! And, thank you for commenting on the post and participating in the drawing! Have a great Read More
Annoying things can happen at the most inopportune times. Well, it may not have been so annoying if it hadn’t been an inopportune time, but, I’ll just stick with “annoying”. Sunday, I was making breakfast for the family.
Take advantage of teachable moments. Since I’ve been a mom for over 38 years now, I think this would be one of the best nuggets of advice I could give to anyone who has or is around children. No matter the task, concept, or bit of knowledge to be learned, take any and every opportunity Read More
Last week was full, fun, and exhausting! We, (my husband and I) have been working outside, digging. We have moved a lot of earth from the left side of this area to the right so that it will be more level. We will pour a concrete pad here which will eventually become a carport. Yippee!
UFO’s. Orphaned blocks. We’ve all got them. Some of us have A LOT of them. Other’s, only a few. But, we’ve got ’em. Maybe one of your UFO’s began from a new block a member shared at your quilt guild meeting. Or, you saw a quilt in a magazine and decided to give it a Read More
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.