Today’s project: install a design wall. Check! That’s 3.75 sheets of 1″ x 24″ X 96″ rigid foam insulation, screwed to the wall with drywall screws, anchored with large washers. I removed 8 inches from each board to get the right height, which was remarkably easy to do for a quilter. Since each sheet was […]
The challenge this week was to create a mirror image in Photoshop. It took me several tries to get the initial image right so I got a lot of practice mirroring! Credit here is also due to the Sedona Sun Day Spa for the lovely manicure. I thought about doing this photo earlier in the […]
I am sitting in front of an open window as I write this, enjoying spring-like weather in early March. The same seems to have been true of the week of March 8th in 2012 because spring was the theme: These little snow drops are fused and stitched using batiks.
I mentioned that I had started the American Patchwork & Quilting 2016 UFO Challenge. To do the challenge, you catalog your UFO projects, assign numbers 1 – 12 to each one, and when APQ draws the number each month, you complete the UFO. I’m behind already on February’s project, but I did finish January’s in […]
This week’s challenge was “Abandoned.” We had a great old car parked out in one of the back fields of the farm where I grew up that would have been wonderful for this, but that car’s probably long gone and that field is someone’s yard now. Instead, I took a look around the playroom downstairs.
I know that I haven’t actually been creating any of these journal quilts, just reposting ones that I lost when my blog blew up, but it’s still hard to believe that I have already been at that for 41 weeks. In this quilt, I celebrated celebrating my husband’s grandmother’s 99th birthday with a family lunch. […]