Monthly Archives: November 2011
Putting numbers in the creative prompt is difficult, but I thought of an address. Check out the original post and see what you can come up with.
The whole idea of the original post was to encourage you to think about what you thought of when you saw the photo. The blue bubbles really drew my attention.
This post is a companion to the Quilting…for the Rest of Us podcast episode on Balance. As a reminder, the general design definition that we are using is: Design is a problem solving activity within all the arts, placing or … Continue reading
Here is another four patch type block, so if you want to make a kind of four patch sampler, you have a few blocks to use. This block is very similar to Squares and Rectangles. Actually, when I saw Squares … Continue reading
I haven’t posted any responses lately, even though I have gotten back on the response horse and have been drawing. See the original post.
This is a bag that I started at the same time I started the Innocent Crush version. The point I was at in sewing this bag together was cutting the lining and sewing. After finishing the top for Stars for … Continue reading
I have Craft in America saved on my Tivo – both as a search so as a show comes on, it gets recorded and also one episode that I can watch it over and over. Recently another episode came on … Continue reading
The BAMQG blog does not seem to allow uploading of PDFs, so I am posting this here for members (and those of you that want to play along) who need a pattern for the A-B-C Challenge. This is one example … Continue reading
World Oceans Day salt water Definition: An ocean (from Greek ???????, “okeanos” Oceanus) is a major body of saline water, and a principal component of the hydrosphere. Approximately 71% of the Earth‘s surface (~3.6×108 km2 ) is covered by ocean, a … Continue reading
Today is the perfect opportunity to look around and be thankful for what we have. I am really thankful that I have a blog, that you are reading this blog. If this is your first time reading, I hope you … Continue reading
I know that many of you are embroiled in pies and turkeys today. My pies are done; turkey is defrosted and waiting to be cooked tomorrow. I have to prepare stuffing for the turkey and find the tablecloths. For those … Continue reading
I am not sure I will make these bags again. I might, but I have made enough to last me a lifetime. I have taken making more than one from the same pattern to new heights of crazy. The funny … Continue reading
Please check Sarah’s blog for details of her lost quilts. One is Fields of Gold (left). If you hear about it, see it posted on another blog or have any news, please contact Sarah via her blog, Art and Quilting … Continue reading
Another in the series of Double Four Patches. This block may not be original. It looks familiar, but I wasn’t able to find it in EQ7. If I find it, I will correct the name. I have been using my … Continue reading