Category: Quilting

March 20 / / Crafting

I was trying to work out a pattern for a 10-segment circular quilting block, but I couldn’t find any templates for what I wanted. So, I made one. Then I decided to give it away so that anyone could use it. Because I know that everyone really wants to make a 10-segment circular pattern with triangles, but you’re all weeping in despair because you can’t find a decent free template. Read the Post Triangle Template – 36 degrees

February 5 / / Crafting

I managed to finish that baby quilt last night, and I must say, I think it’s really cute! Although, even I must admit that these are probably the ugliest feathers every stitched. Read the Post Ice Storms and Sewing

February 3 / / Quilting

Well, it may not be the Zombie Apocalypse, but the year is coming to an end tomorrow, and along with it, so is this project. However, as a consolation prize for both my fans, I’ll show you a few things which I couldn’t show off before. Read the Post Day 364: The End Is Near

September 29 / / 2013: A Year of Creativity

For the uninitiated, UFO stands for “UnFinished Object”, and is a common term quilters use to describe a variety of projects that are still in progress. Kind of like how “WIP” (or Work In Progress) is used by writers and other Creatives. Read the Post Day 272: Finishing UFOs

September 28 / / 2013: A Year of Creativity

Well, the past 30 days have flown by, largely due to the fact that I started a new job and it’s kicking my butt. I’ve had very little creative energy left at the end of most days. But, finally, I have something fun to show you all. Read the Post Day 271: Not Perfect, But Good Enough

So, I managed to catch Spousal Unit’s cold/virus/crud from 2 weeks ago (guessing the incubation period is around 14 days), and I’ve been too sick to do much of anything other than drink lemonade/orange juice, eat chicken noodle soup, blow my nose and sleep. But that doesn’t stop me from being creative. Read the Post Day 201: Illness and Creativity