Archives for November 2013

T-Minus 7 Days!

Have mercy this move is happening! This week. Oy! Tomorrow one of the cars will be shipped to The Arctic. (What I am now calling our new hometown – Syracuse). Movers come Thursday and Friday to pack and start the loading, then will return Monday and Tuesday to load up and take off.  I will be flying up to The Arctic Wednesday afternoon. Can anyone say insanity?! I think I’m getting more worked up over how to pack up my {Read More}

WIP Wednesday ~ Scrappy Squares ~

With our move coming up in a little more than two weeks, I have stopped working on large projects and patterns and am trying to stick to small WIP’s.  This project is one I’ve been working on for a few weeks here and there, but it’s finally starting to come together and I’m really happy with how it looks! All I’ve been doing is cutting squares and rectangles of various sizes and sewing them together. Yup. That’s all.  A few {Read More}

Introducing ~ The Metro Hipster

  I am so excited to finally share a great new pattern that is being released today by Betz White.  It’s called The Metro Hipster, and I had the great pleasure of testing this pattern out for her awhile back. If you are not familiar with Betz White, you’ll have to go over and visit her blog. Not only does she design bags, but she is a published author and makes the most A-mazing things with felt!  She is currently {Read More}

~My Craftsy BOM Quilt!!~

Seven months after I started my very first quilt class and sewing my very first quilt block I am finally able to share my first completed full-sized quilt!  Here she is! A few weeks back I finally bit the bullet and sent off my precious quilt to be longarmed. My quilt top and batting were ready, so before I sent it off I matched up some octopus seams and made my backing. Can’t see the seam, can ya?!  I was {Read More}

Throwback Thursday ~ Simplicity Old-School ~

I love a good vintage find. Most of the time I stick to a household item or an awesome old cookbook, but I haven’t had much luck lately. But when we moved to Florida, I found a Goodwill Bookstore and Donation Center.  I go every few months to donate items, but I always stop in to look at the newest donated books.  I have found a ton of books for the boys and have had great luck in the craft {Read More}

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