A lot has happened in the last months. I know I keep on saying that but it’s actually true. I moved and because I had to do it on the cheap, it took forever. One car load per weekend. Finally, everything was in my new place the last weekend in May and now I am still unpacking. Nowhere near having Continue reading Branching out
About two year ago I bought these beautiful batik African Goddess fabrics from Hancock Fabrics. I also got a matching purple and intended to turn it all into a quilt for a dear friend who is like a mom and sister and friend to me (is there a word for that?). Continue reading Never too early to start on Christmas presents
EDIT: I just realized that this was never published…sorry about that!
Back in March I worked on a baby quilt for a friend. She was pregnant with her second child and I wanted to give them something special. Continue reading Welcome Baby Bista
So I am in the process of reducing my stash and rag quilts are a great way to do that. I started this girl rag quilt (for my niece) a few weeks ago but only now got around to take pictures.
This is the quilt washed once and put in the dryer 3 times. Continue reading Rag quilt that turns into a sleeping bag
Sometimes in life you just have to truck on. That’s how I feel right now. I have highs and lows but I am mostly on the good side of things. Sewing is my therapy and I am determined to reduce my stash of fabrics to help me in downsizing.
So I started on my first rag quilt. Continue reading Working on my first rag quilt
It’s Fall which means it’s slowly getting colder and my urge to nest is intensifying. Though I sew a lot, I typically don’t sew for our house, but this time around I made an exception. Last christmas, I made my first table runner and I decided it was time for the next one. Continue reading Burlap table runner with lace
Though I’ve done some sewing here and there in the last weeks, none of that were projects worthy of displaying. Continue reading Making pattern weights