The challenge for this past week in my Ricky Tims’ 2016 Photo Challenge class was “windows.” A few minutes after I finished reading the lesson, I hopped up to walk down the hall, walked past my laundry room, stopped, backed up, and noticed this window. (The caption is exactly what I posted with the photo […]
By Week 35 of my journal quilting project, my pregnancy was in full swing, so to speak. Inspired by the Batman television series, I created this journal quilt to record those first kicks. I put scrapbooking stickers on fabric, painted over them with fabric paints and then removed the stickers when the paint dried to […]
What I have been working on lately could qualify for Throwback Thursday. I started working on these in 2012 and then put them away from a while. I just picked them back up and got the facing done on 9 quilts over the weekend. Many years ago, my sister wrote a children’s book. I love […]
In the last incarnation of my blog, I had a feature called “Photo Friday.” Photography is another love of mine. I’m not an amazing photographer, but it’s been something that I have enjoyed for as long as I can remember. The last photography class that I took, however, was in 1990. I’ve been meaning to […]
This week in 2012, I was inspired by the mundane. It was Martin Luther King Jr. weekend and we had dinner with good friends at our house, but the most interesting thing that happened during the weekend seems to have been that our generator came on. The power wasn’t out for long, but the generator […]
Finally, finally the top for Arabesque #3 is done. The center star required seven tries, cutting out three different stars, cursing, and prayers. It’s still not done well, but I decided that seven was my limit. If it lays flat when it’s quilted, it will be a miracle.