WIP Wednesday: Quilt Tops & Funky Log Cabins

I can’t tell you how happy it makes me to look outside and see bright, clear skies.  Today is a beauty, but at only 20 degrees that means my pretty bags and quilt tops need to stay indoors. So instead of nice outdoor shots today, I brought some current WIP and a few finished ones upstairs this morning and took over my family room. Last week’s WIP was of this quilt. The Sugar Block Club 2014 quilt.  I finally found {Read More}

WIP Wednesday: What Type of Sashing to Use?

This week I have had several projects going on at once. Luckily, they are all going well and should be done soon.  I am still finding that working on one project for a few hours then switching over to another mid-day is working well for me. Keeps me on my toes! I finally finished my last Sugar Block Club 2014 block.  Here are all 12 blocks set out. I will play around with the placement tomorrow.  Until then, can ya’ll {Read More}

318 Patchwork Quilt-A-Long – Funky Chickens & A Love Bus

Happy Monday everyone! I hope the start of a fresh new week has been treating you well.  My Monday has been a bit slower than usual due to a dental visit and a very sore jaw. Ouch.  I did manage to add a new block to my design wall today, the van.  The van was a hard block for me, but with a lot of patience I finished it off. Carter the cat helped in his own special way too. I keep {Read More}

Summer Vacation, Quilt Blocks & Cats in Scrubs….

There is going to be a whole lot of randomness in this post today!! I realized yesterday it had been some time since my last post, so I wanted to check in to say hi and share with you what I’ve been up to.  Last month was a busy one for our house. We spent a week at the beach then two of our clan headed to upstate NY for Scout Camp the day after we got back.  While the {Read More}

WIP Wednesday ~ 1 finish 1 not-so-finished….

Hi ya’ll!  I hope you had a wonderful Wednesday.   I have been sewing up a new pattern for my shop and *thought* I had it down pat. But I didn’t.  The bag is correct in measurements and a majority of the fabric being used, but I struggled a bit with the leather weight.  Too bad it was after I stitched into it. UGH.  Frustrating as it is, I did learn that 4oz leather is too thick for what I’m {Read More}

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...