Frolicking and Masks with Company

I have been working on Frolic a bit at a time before I go to bed at night.  It has been a normalizer for me and helps me sleep better at night. 

Masks, Masks, and More Masks!

Thank you every single one of you who are working on this mask project! No matter which pattern you are using, or what you are doing, this is all adding up! 

Help Where You Are Able

Yesterday my RN granddaughter’s hospital system issued a plea for people to make face mask COVERS.  These will be used the over the R95 masks…

I Knew the Answer Would Come

I knew that if I just prayed and kept moving forward, an answer would come, and it did!  But there were obstacles…

“Frolic” Blocks Completed!

Since taking the “Straits of Mackinac” class the end of February, I have been spinning my wheels on my quilts.  I have worked on “Straits of Mackinac”, the whole time feeling guilty because “Frolic” pieces are spread out all over my work area.  I finally decided that I needed to concentrate on “Frolic” so that…

Taking Care of Business

I have to admit, this virus thing kind of made me feel emotionally off kilter for a couple of days.  I already work from home, so what is the big deal?

A New Cardinal Assembly Video!

I will be the first to admit that the “Scarlet Cardinal” tutorial video was awful, even though it was quite useful.  I have had comments about how useful those basic instructions were for doing the other kits.  But, wow!  It was over 40 minutes long and much of that was bumbling.  And that is NOT…

Scissors on a String

One of my problems is snippers & scissors.  I try to have one at each space, but somehow I keep moving them, resulting in it being across the room when needed.

What Little Pretties!

  Today I am going out on the road to visit some quilt shops.  I know, tough job, but this is just one of the reasons why I love my job! In anticipation of spring, I have been kitting up these little beauties from the Watercolor Blossoms kit.   I just love the colors and how…

Winter to Spring and Back to Winter

The one I chose is a very compact 1960’s Kenmore 1040, so it didn’t take up much room at all.  This machine has a nice zig-zag, unlike the Singer 301.