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Now that the wheelchair lap quilts are complete, I am moving on to a Round Robin project. This Round Robin will be small, just two quilting friends, my neighbor and a friend at work. It has been decided that we will each start our own center block and the size limit is 36 inches. Then we will pass the block, with…Continue
Today was the first quilt guild meeting of 2017. I am happy that I was able to finish and donate the three wheelchair lap quilts I had previously posted about. A great project for scraps. My hope is to bring at least one wheelchair lap quilt to each meeting this…Continue
Hope you were sitting down when you saw I actually posted! LOL I've been pretty AWOL from here. Life has been so busy for me.
In case no one has posted, Annie Shaw, one of our CT family of bloggers, has died. I do not know the details, but found out on Facebook. Please keep her family in prayers.
I actually have made three things already this year ... a fiber art lighthouse picture, a little vest for a baby gift, and something else that currently escapes me. Oh my... where…Continue
I haven't crocheted in 25 yrs. but with you tube, it is easy to refresh your skills. I wanted to make, my friend who will be going through chemo and was told she will lose her hair, a couple of cute alpaca hats. I really enjoyed making them and may start another crochet project in the future. My grandmother was the 1955 National Crochet Champion so maybe I have her gene!!! lol…Continue
I live in what is referred to as "high desert". Our altitude is about a mile and we normally have little rain so almost everything that grows requires irrigation. Snow is a visitor. It will show up and then leave a few days later. Not THIS winter. Holy moly, we still have snow on the ground from about a month ago. It…Continue
It's slow going in the New Year. By the way, HAPPY NEW YEAR to all, sorry I'm a little late to the party! HAha, as always. Getting back to my opening sentence... I have had the same pile of fabrics on my cutting table since November. That's a big mistake. Every time I go in the studio, it's there staring at me. I set down my coffee, and immediately get feeling guilty, so I cut even more charity quilt tops and Art Abandonment pieces. What I should be doing is picking a UFO out to…Continue