Yes, that is the newest quilt’s name. Tomorrow Morning. And it’s done. A few days ago, Amanda was helping me with the photographing of this new quilt, when I decided to run back up to the house, to get a … Continue reading
Posted in 2012 completes, A Sttitch in Time, Can I get a Whoop Whoop, fabric, Landscape, Linkys, machine quilting, Nature, Photography, Quilting, Sewing, Show it off Friday, TGIFF
Tagged deer, design, diy, hand quilters, Kona, kona solids, landscape, ltf, nature, original by sewfrench, photography, quilt, quilting, sewing, unnamed kona wall hanging, wall hanging, wildlife
Anyone care to share their favorite sewing reference book? I’m looking at One-Yard Wonders and Sew Everything Workshop. I was thinking there was another one than I kept seeing referred to and can’t remember what it was. Daughter is looking to … Continue reading
Posted in fabric, Fabric Tuesday, Nature, Photography, Quilting, Tutorial, WIP
Tagged books, drafting pattern, fabrics, french seam, Honeycomb quilt, landscape quilt, Malka Dubrawsky, nature, photography, quilting, sewfrench, sewing
~Day 52 Show me your best rain dance. Seriously. We are lucky to have irrigation on our deck and to only be growing for fun. If we hope to put anything up, from the farmers’ markets, this year, the local … Continue reading
Posted in Cottage, Gardening, Landscape, Nature, Photography, View out my window
Tagged container gardening, cooking, food, nature, plants, rain dance, vegetable gardening
Hopefully you were able to enjoy some family time, too!
Posted in Celebrate, Cottage, Eating, Family, Photography
Tagged 4th of July, boat cruise, celebration, Family, fireworks, hammock time, Independence Day
A gluten-free, dairy free celebration that left us all feeling good and full. No deprivation here.
Quilts and their history ~ An ongoing series. At the time I made this High School graduation quilt for my oldest niece, Heather, I was still pretty new to this whole quilting thing. It was 1994. I *thought* I created … Continue reading
I’m not sure this can be improved on. Any more. 3 cups cold, cooked rice. We cook it in a rice cooker, leftover is perfect! 2 eggs, whisked up Bean sprouts, 8 oz 1 TBS chopped garlic 2 TBS chopped … Continue reading