Monday, December 26, 2016


My how things change when you don't post anything!  Windows 10 has driven me nuts with the changes in the way my photos are managed.  Okay, I don't like change when it comes to doing things on the computer!  So let's see if I can get a photo to post, here goes.
Well call me lucky because today I was actually able to load a photo!  Three weeks ago I couldn't and who knows what tomorrow will bring.  As you can see I am dabbling in En Provence the mystery quilt with Bonnie Hunter.  Perhaps by the end of the week I can figure out were a few more of my photos went and I can actually link-up with the rest of the world.



Monday, May 16, 2016

Looking for My Mojo

Not only am I looking for my quilting mojo but I need some mojo to post on this blog as well.  I have dabbled on a few things in the past few months and I am finally getting around to getting photos uploaded so I can share.  After all, sharing all things sewing and/or quilting is quite boring without a photo or two.

Awhile ago I ordered some Riley Blake Union Jack panels with the hopes of getting a couple of lap quilts made for myself and a friend.  The first one went together rather quickly but the next one is still sitting in a pile just waiting for attention.
As you can see there is snow in the upper corner of the photo so it has been quite awhile since this quilt was done!

Red is always willing and ready to help with just about any sewing project.

I have high hopes of getting those other quilt tops together and then quilted before the snow flies.



Saturday, November 21, 2015

Whoops, I Forgot

It has been so long since I've logged on to my blog I forgot my password!  I suppose I should do a little more sewing and posting so that doesn't happen again.  I haven't been doing hardly any sewing but did finish up a couple of orphan blocks from a group raffle quilt that was made last year.  The raffle quilt:

And the orphan block pillows:
The pillows ended up taking so much longer to make than they should have as I kept making mistakes--so much for trying to hurry!   The pillows are items for a craft show for Spay and Neuter Abandoned Cats & Kittens, Inc.



Thursday, August 27, 2015

Cat on Quilt--Sewing Supervisor

Woohoo!  It's time once again for the Pets on Quilts quilt show hosted by Lilypad Quilting.  My entry this year, as in most years, is in the cat on quilt category. 

Red joined our household late last year and has learned to love and appreciate quilts and the quilting process in no time.

Supervising the cutting of fabric.
Helping with the trimming of stray threads from the back of a quilt top.

Hmmmm, stray threads trimmed but now where is the sticky tape to remove cat hair?

Learning how to clean, adjust, and sew on a child's sewing machine.
What a great little helper!



Sunday, July 19, 2015

Repurposed Bag

In 2012 I took a trip to London and picked up this cute little muslin bag at Cath Kidson.  2012 was the Queen's Jubilee so the bag was sold in celebration of this event.
When I purchased the bag I thought I would never use it because it most likely wouldn't hold up very well with a lot of use.  The little bag sat in a closet aging until a few weeks ago when I decided to take it apart and make pillows.  

They turned out really cute and the best part is I get one and the other goes to my travel friend. 

I guess you can probably tell where I am planning to go next LOL!



Saturday, June 20, 2015

Pets On Quilts Show 2015

Lilypad Quilting will once again be hosting the Pets on Quilts Show in August.  I hope to participate this year as long as the cats strike a pose.  

I have tried and tried to post this cute little badge on my blog for the pet show but for some reason nothing seems to be working:(  My link color has also changed for some unknown reason.  Perhaps it is because I haven't been on blogger for awhile and things have changed and I have forgotten how to do things. 



Sunday, April 19, 2015

Village Quilt Show

Our little village had a quilters market and quilt show on Saturday.  It was very small but had a nice little "flea" market of items for quilters. 

Here are a couple of quilts that made use of show ribbons.
And a hankie quilt.

These were just a few that I thought were a little different than the typical quilts at a show.