Earlier this year I completed my Denim Mondrian quilt. While I enjoyed the pattern very much, I was a little frustrated with the amount of prep work required, and also some incomplete information in the pattern. I still have plenty of denim left, so I developed an idea for my own denim quilt. I used … Continue reading Denim Improv
I have decided to join Yvonne Fuchs, aka Quilting Jetgirl on a quilting adventure. You can see her original quilt here. I have been stewing over fabric selection for a week. Obviously, I have plenty in my stash, but I just don't have enough of anything for one solid background. If I'm buying one fabric, I … Continue reading Snowflake Shimmer Quilt Along
For the past several weeks I have been participating in the 2016 New Quilt Bloggers Blog Hop. We were gathered together by Yvonne at http://www.quiltingjetgirl.com, Cheryl at http://www.Meadowmistdesigns.com, and Stephanie over at http://www.latenightquilter.com to hone our blogging skills. It is a great group of new bloggers, and I am learning a lot. I've critiqued some blogs, and … Continue reading 2016 New Quilt Blogger Blog Hop
When I was first deciding whether to start a blog, I had the idea that blogging would somehow be a way to generate income. Maybe I could make enough to support my quilting, or even contribute to the household. I had some nebulous idea that my website would get enough traffic that I could put … Continue reading Monetizing My Blog
That means it is time for the Hexagonquilt "La Passion" Facebook group to post updates on the progress of their La Passion quilts. For me, most Wednesdays are usually a bit of a let down. Everyone else is making such fast progress, and here I am, still plodding along, more than two years after starting. … Continue reading It’s Wednesday!
I cannot be the only quilter with a box full of half used, tangled bobbins. Some days I feel like they are the bane of my existence. There is never an empty one when I need it, and they are never all the way full. Life is hard. (I don't have a photo, because I … Continue reading Bobbin Storage
This week, instead of whining, I'm going to share my progress in setting up my new studio. It isn't finished yet, but I can clearly see that it will be up and running shortly. This is where I started with my plan. Yes, I still use graph paper rather than an online design program. The … Continue reading My Quilting Studio Takes Shape