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These are three scrappy, quilted tote bags I made for three little girls I know. They are personalized with each girl’s first initial in some hand embroidery. These were super fun to make. I like piecing without a plan. Unfortunately, … Continue reading
My biggest challenge isn’t finding time to sew. It’s finding time to take pictures, and then process and post them. These are presents for my one-year-old. I still need to take a picture of her baby quilt. Or mention her … Continue reading
There is a class offered in March at my local quilt shop that I am considering taking. It’s about machine applique. Specifically, it’s about doing machine applique that looks like it is done by hand. I am skeptical that this … Continue reading
Do you know what’s really hard??? Taking a picture of your pants while you are still wearing them. Anyway, I always seem to get a hole in the left knee of my blue jeans. Always the left. And I’m always … Continue reading
Simon and I made these Valentine “flowers” by painting heart cutouts from some cereal boxes. We then used some masking tape to attach them to some sticks we gathered outside. Now they are in a pretty vase on our kitchen … Continue reading
OK, I am going to attempt to resurrect the blog. The key, I think, is going to be to keep it short and simple. Simon got a subscription to High Five Magazine from my mother-in-law and he LOVES it. This … Continue reading
And… we’re back, after some technical difficulties. Hooray! I have a post started that I need to finish, but it will have to wait until there isn’t a 2.5-year-old underfoot and hopped up on antibiotics that make him Crazy mood … Continue reading
I am currently working on a very large quilt and I’m trying a bunch of different techniques that I haven’t really done before. The most obvious one is curved piecing and, I do not like it Sam I am. I … Continue reading