Haven't blogged in a while, but that doesn't mean I've been lax on the work in the studio. My DH had a Birthday early April so when our DS came for a visit we combined his Birthday, our 35th Anniversary and Easter together as all these celebrations were only separated by a couple days. It was so good to see him and spend some time together.
I've been spending my studio time making charity kennel quilts and MorsBags. Seems like the scrap bin is getting bigger with smaller scraps…Continue
I'm working on another UFO. This one has been in my basket for about 3 years. It was a challenge piece in that the circles had to be as perfect as possible and pieced, then appliqued onto a whole cloth background. The pathway is also a challenge as it was pieced together with strippy pieces in differing widths and cut to meander down the side of the whole cloth background. It sat in my basket up to the sandwich stage. So, I've again committed to working on it for at least 1 hour…Continue
Making a commitment to sew at least an hour everyday has paid off with the completion of this quilt top. It has been kicking around in my UFO basket for at least 8 years as cut pieces to make pinwheel blocks. It feels good to be done with the top and to move on to something else.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