Then I would make all the things. I would finish the star quilt. Actually, it is one of my personal goals to finish it in 2019. I would continue working on my Bloom Where You Are Planted quilt. I have half of a Dutch Treat block cut out, and it has been so since last… Continue reading If I could sew all the time…
It’s been a hot minute since I shared anything about Letter of the Week, am I right? I frantically prepped several letters so we could still work on it during the entire moving process. We didn’t touch anything until after our stuff was here and the house was unpacked. Heh. Even since then, it has… Continue reading Letter of the week- Q, R, S, T, and U
I’m still working on the Summer Sampler star quilt (that I started 2 years ago), but I’m truly making progress. I finished all the mini blocks that are going between the large blocks and decided how to do the dividers. The mini blocks combine elements of the larger blocks on both sides. Because it’s rainbow… Continue reading I need your opinion!
And suddenly, it’s that time of year again- time to reflect on my goals from last year and start thinking about ones for the upcoming year. If you’re new here, I was a teacher for 8 years, and I still use a planner that goes by the academic year. I mean, I plan to get… Continue reading 2018-2019 goals review
It was such a great feeling finishing Nora’s quilt that I decided to keep up my momentum and work on the summer sampler from 2017. I have completed all the main blocks, but still have to do the dividers between the blocks. I saved all the scraps that got cut off from paper piecing or… Continue reading Progress… 2 years in the making
You guys, I finished a quilt. I was outside taking pictures and a couple ladies were walking by and offered to hold it up for me. The people in our neighborhood are so friendly! Anyway, this is Nora’s baby quilt. I know, I know, she’s 15 months old. And it’s July, so she won’t be… Continue reading Nora’s star quilt
…called PANTS!!! That’s right, I finished the pair of pants I started December 28th. The pattern is the SOS pants from Patterns for Pirates. I got them cut out, front pockets done, spent a whole evening on the back pocket designs, and sewed together the back. Then I quit. The front pieces have a faux… Continue reading I made a thing…