Monthly Archives: September 2018
Just wanted to share the latest on my quakers seasons sampler. This really is quite doable if you aren’t trying to stitch other deadline projects at the same time, which is what I wanted it to be. A fun beautiful … Continue reading
Found these lovelies at a local Salvation army after a drop off. The tiny rosebuds has a stain at one edge, which should be easy to cut around. The only stain or problem in the bunch. The largest is the … Continue reading
Happy Equinox! It’s finally fall, my favorite season and I’m celebrating with a fall scissors case. This scissors case, was a EGA chapter project at our September meeting using an EGA petit project pattern. Orange isn’t really my color, but … Continue reading
You don’t need to define your style. You can refine your style instead. Copying a “style” may not get you where you need to be. It won’t tell you how to integrate more than one style. Instead, find what suits you, what makes you happy and what makes you feel good. Then practice putting those elements together to create your style. Continue reading
Rain and more rain means that summer isn’t summery and fall is a bit of a mess. It means canceled plans and new opportunities. Cancelled plans do have their upsides. While getting to camp has been nigh impossible, getting to … Continue reading
I actually finished this in August with time to spare. Unfortunately, not with time and weather for photos. Unbelievable that there are only 4 months to go.