One rule is to do something quilty every day, even if is just designing. I like to do other crafty things, but quilting is my focus most of the time. I also enjoy cooking and gardening. We retired six years ago and moved to Texas to get away from the colder climate up north. Between church and quilting I feel very much at home here.
Tks for your comment. I love my Wilcox-Gibbs, however, have had difficulty locating sewing machine needles. Do you happen to know of a source?
I've just started English paper piecing a small Seven Sisters quilt. This method is new to me, but I really like it's portability.
Oy Sallie..I know exactly what nasty spurs you're talking about...those pesky ouchy balls of thorn are nasty bad out here just a few miles drive out into wide open country space. Also seems like you can't wander through any Texas state park without picking a few stragglers up on your cuffed socks too, right?
Stay cool and stitch away!
Hi Sallie...i dittoed your comments in Lone Star Galz group board...love your design wall on your blog ~ what rascally cats you have and of course, absolutely adorable.
Your quilts are pretty and nice to meet you! :P
your friend up north, south of the Red River...Lois
The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!