When Lucy turned one a few years ago, I made her a wall hanging with her first name. For Alice’s first birthday a couple of weeks ago, I gave her one too. I named it Soaring in the Wind.
I was lucky enough to spend Halloween with my nieces this year. Lucy was the prettiest princess and Alice a very cute Jaguar. It was a windy night, cold and a few sprinkles of rain, but thankfully no snow! Lucy
Those that have been around the Quilting Gallery site for a year or more may remember the birth of my Alice Lynne, last Halloween. This year, I’ll be taking my nieces out trick or treating for the first time. Lucy,
This was the scene the other night around midnight. Both of my boys sleeping soundly in the often fought over chair. I guess they were too tired to fight anymore and decided sleeping together wasn’t so bad after all. The
Here’s my submission for Blogger’s Quilt Festival – Fall 2009. So far, I think this quilt that I made for a wedding gift for friends is my all time favourite. I love the warm and rich colours used. It’s a
Running the Quilting Gallery site, it’s no surprise that dozens of quilting-related blogs come across my screen each day. I can’t remember another blog that captured my attention so thoroughly like Leah Day’s 365 Days of Free Motion Quilting Filler
Here’s the gorgeous summertime mini quilt I received from Bradie> in Alberta. I absolutely love it and will hang it in my sewing area for daily inspiration. Thank you Bradie, you are very talented.
Here’s the mini quilt I made for the Good Ol’ Summertime Swap. It will start its journey today to my partner in the States. I used paper piecing strips that I created to stitch the mini flying geese units. They
Anita W. from The Netherlands sent me this gorgeous stitched bookmark. I absolutely love it. I adore the fabric too, it’s been washed, ironed and put away in my stash, just waiting for the perfect project. Thanks Anita for your
Here are the six baby quilts I submitted to my local quilt guild which will be donated to the children’s hospital, The tops for these quilts were made using the charms received from quilters around the world in the Charms
Daniel loves to sit out on the balcony. This is the only pot of flowers I planted this year. I don’t get any direct sunlight, so there’s not much sense in planting stuff that isn’t going to do well.
I finished cleaning the very messy sewing area on Saturday afternoon and took a few pictures as proof before I messed it up again. :) I even have some extra space left on my shelves for more fabric that needs