Category: Sewing

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

So, I’ve been offline more than on for the past couple of weeks. Turns out we are in the middle of a modem failure. Well, a semi-failure, anyway. The modem part still works, but the wireless part is kaput. But that hasn’t kept me from creating, just posting. Let’s see what I’ve been up to lately… Read the Post Day 356: Nine Days and Counting

I’m sure most of you have seen bags made from jeans (or bags made to¬†look like they are made from jeans). Well, today’s project takes that idea a little further… Read the Post Day 287: New Tote Bag

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