Monthly Archives: March 2011
I still have a bit of handsewing to do, but I want to bring this to the meeting this weekend, so I am considering it done. As Margi says: My quilt, my rules. This is a great pattern. Once I … Continue reading
If you haven’t seen the Red & White quilts at the NYC Park Armory and you are within commuting distance, go see them! Admission is free!!!! A couple of friends have gone to see them and have said that the … Continue reading
Perhaps this is more summery than springy? Perhaps I should have used more blues and greens and held on to this for summer? Nah! I was ready for some cheerfulness after the unbelievably grey skies of the past few weeks. … Continue reading
I received this group of 10 stars plus some goodies from Sue last week. Aren’t they great? One thing I know about the Liberated stars is that the proportion of the star points need some attention otherwise the stars look … Continue reading
Media I listened to an episode of Pat Sloan’s Creative Talk Radio with Amanda Herring of the Quilted Fish. She described her new fabric line from Riley Blake. It is called Sugar & Spice. THEN the Fabricworm sent out a … Continue reading
I finally finished Grama’s 2d Grab Bag. She lost the first one, perhaps I mentioned it? I am really sad she lost the first one, because I really liked that one. Oh well. I wrote (sewed??) her name with my … Continue reading
Twelve by Twelve: The International Art Quilt Challenge by Brenda Gael Smith This is another book I received for free, presumably to review since the letter included wasn’t very clear, from Lark Books. It is really nice of them to … Continue reading
The CPP is on vacation. See previous words and information on the Creative Prompts Inspiration Page.
This is the last call for blocks. Your name will be on the label as a contributor if you send me some blocks. Want to help? The background for this project is that one family we know from school and … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I talked about the blocks I was planning on making for the BAMQG challenge. Here are the first two. I had an idea for these blocks, but I also had a couple of obstacles to the … Continue reading
This isn’t a quilt book, per se, but it did have an effect on at least one project. I hope you will find the review interesting and useful. The Mindfulness Solution by Ronald Siegel I first heard about this book … Continue reading
I keep referring to not having enough time to sew recently. I could go into a whole dissertation about what is enough, but the short answer is: I haven’t found what enough is. I have been doing quilt stuff, just … Continue reading
As I mentioned in the Zig Zaggy post, I am working on finishing tasks for a number of quilts. One of the tasks I finished was the back of the FOTY 2010. The Zig Zaggy quilt back was miserable to … Continue reading
Last Saturday I went with all of my CQFA colleagues to view the Primal Green Show. I forgot my camera, so the photos are from others or from the day I went to check on how the hanging was going. … Continue reading
The Creative Prompt Project is on vacation.