Monthly Archives: December 2011
Good-bye 2011! Hello 2012! I don’t care much about work except for the money it brings and the colleagues with whom I enjoy spending time. What matters to me is my sewing and quiltmaking. I have enjoyed 2011 and made … Continue reading
Monday was the Boxing Day Sew-in, which was organized by Sandy and contributed to by various other podcasters and quiltmakers. I have to say that I jollied myself along to get involved and am glad I did, because I had … Continue reading
Baby, it’s cold outside baby names Rock a bye baby Hush Little Baby baby bunting cry baby baby pictures Baby Einstein Million Dollar Baby (movie) Angel baby cherub baby doll baby talk new baby baby shower infant baby clothes you … Continue reading
I got this back from the framer last Tuesday and am thrilled with the way it turned out.DH and I decided where to hang it and hung it up on Christmas Eve so it would be nice looking on Christmas … Continue reading
Well, 24 Various & Sundries (sp??) for the year. WOW! Who knew I had that much miscellaneous nonsense to share? Here is the last one. Projects I didn’t do a ‘Hey! Make these Projects for Christmas post’ because my theory … Continue reading
I find it fascinating how many blocks can be designed using squares and rectangles. This is another block that uses squares and rectangles and five great fabrics. The Stacks & Line #36 rotary cutting directions are straightforward. If you have … Continue reading
Welcome BDSIers! Just so you know: I am not writing this at 3am. I am sleeping, but I scheduled this to post at 3am for you crazy people who live in different timezones and are already up and sewing. Other … Continue reading
I hope that your day is filled with good, peace and joy, whatever you are doing or celebrating or not celebrating and that all of that follows you through 2012.
I was walking the wrong way down Church Street trying to find a shop I had never visited. I happened upon this little flower shop and was charmed. The display is wonderful! I am pretty sure (not being a plant … Continue reading
Heigh Ho, The Holly Blow, blow, thou winter wind, Thou art not so unkind As man’s ingratitude; Thy tooth is not so keen, Because thou art not seen, Although thy breath be rude. Heigh ho, sing heigh ho, unto the … Continue reading
The only quiltmaking I have gotten done in the past few days is in my head and on EQ. I decided I would rather have a self border on Stepping Stones. I thought the border they had looked nice, but … Continue reading
One thing I have learned (or hope I have learned)is that projects get stale for me. This means that I need to focus on them, get them done and move on. Have I said this before? I think so. I … Continue reading
This is an old photo of the original bullseye. I have made several bullseyes since I started this blog: Seeing Red, Feeling Blue, Passionate Purple. Still the original bullseye that started this whole crazy series is undone. This quilt, and … Continue reading
I couldn’t think of a good name for this, but Floorplan came to mind and it kind of fits. This has more pieces, but is still pretty straightforward and I am providing the Floorplan rotary cutting directions. This block would … Continue reading
Congratulations to Nonnie for being the winner. Thanks to everyone who played along! And…thanks for reading.