I had a great time relaxing and doing the embroidery on Natures Walk.. Sweet Candy was a 1-2-3 done thing and fun too 🙂
It’s just been a little crazy around here.. traveling, working, allergies, quilt classes.. here is The Splendid Sampler Blocks #11, and #14-#19 all done and now packed away in an ugly shoe box because I haven’t the time or energy
Love, Love, Love – for some odd reason I have been attracted to “house” and “building” blocks. This was a simple block to make.. I pieced it on “Barbara” the Featherweight because I know where that scant 1/4″ is on
I absolutely adored doing this block. It took me a while to get to it because I wanted to try the textile medium with water based acrylic paints like Jane had used. I bought primary colors: red, blue, yellow and
I saw this quilt over the holidays at the Inn at Virginia Tech. The Inn had a display of Christmas trees decorated by local businesses and one was done up by Sew Biz in Radford, VA. Next to their adorable
I’ve taken up hand embroidery again. Over 35 years ago I used to do crewel work and cross stitch and I always enjoyed it. These days I am a genuine quilting addict but some of my projects involve a little
Ok so what we have here is a test.. I found my way to a site with an embroidery/quilt project I MUST have, but before I plunk down cash for the pattern I had to test tracing and color tinting.
I’ve been reading a ton of blogs lately.. using Feedly, it yanks in new posts from blogs I’m interested in and I can run through them pretty quickly. One this morning was posted to Cat Patches by Barbara, the head blogette