Childhood Revisited…

You may recall reading somewhere on my blog about how I learned to sew as a child. My grandmother (on my mom’s side) taught me to do embroidery when I was around 6 or 7. I always admired my Grandmother’s work and she would often sit in the front room of her house working on…

Executing A Plan…

For the month of March, Island Batik Fabrics has asked the Ambassadors to create a mini quilt using the paper piecing method. I’ve done paper piecing in the past but it is not my favorite method of making a quilt. Of course I wanted to challenge myself more than necessary and decided that I wanted…

Block 2…

Look at that! I was able to get Block 2 done for the 2017 Patchwork Quilt Along. This block is called Diamond Panes. This block was so simple it only took me 30 minutes to cut and sew. I am still so happy about my fabric choice… Cookie Exchange and Holly’s Tree Farm from Sweetwater.…

Furry Friday…

Today is Furry Friday! I’m sure you are asking what that means, read on to find out. The first goal of Furry Friday is to help provide kennel quilts through The Small Kennel Quilt Team, a volunteer organization sponsored by The Quilt Pattern Magazine. You can help The Small Kennel Quilt Team by making kennel…

Frivols Finish…

It’s been a while since I finished this quilt top, it was a Frivols from Fat Quarter Shop.Β  The fabric is Windermere fabric by Brenda Riddle. It’s very sweet. This quilt is the perfect size for my table. This entire quilt is made with flying geese blocks. I love flying geese, they are my second…