Since moving to Mountain Home, Idaho, I've grown very fond of quilting, knitting and painting. In recent months, I've joined the Mountain Home quilters group and look forward to either joining or starting a knitting group here. My long-term goal is to convince my husband to buy me the ultimate sewing and quilting machine so I can continue honing my skills and share my growing talents with others interested in this hobby.
Hobbies and Interests
quilting, applique, knitting, gardening
My pets are awesome!
Cats, kitties, felines, kittens ... well ... you get the idea.
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 !!!
Just checked out your photos and really like them very much. You have been doing this for sometime I guess, you are very good at it all! Thanks for sharing everything, including the cats..... They are darling!
Bren is that a garden angel in your little quilt? You have some darling little quilts and wall hangings. I love the colors in you Christmas quilt with the log cabin blocks and your seasons wall hanging. What are you planning to work on next?
Great new pictures. I sure wish I could knit - I loved the fingerless mittens. My hands get so cold at night when I'm working on computer. Those look like they would be perfect to wear to keep my hands warm and yet my fingers free. Do you ever sell any of your mittens? I sure would be interested in buying a pair.
Your photos are awesome as usual. I love your fingerless mittens. Now I understand what you were telling me about earlier. I see a lot of color combos that are right down my alley. When I get home in June my first goal is to clean my sewing studio and post some photos. Right now it looks like a bomb went off in it. Thanks again for sharing. Have a great weekend and Happy Mothers Day
We are in the process of moving from WA to Rupert, ID. We sometimes stop in Mt Home to go to the exchange on our way down.
Aren't cats wonderful. I have three and they always give you something to smile about and talk about.
Love your quilts and good luck getting your quilting machine and a knitting group going.