Next week I am traveling (though not by boat) to Denver to film a third Craftsy video!
I am very excited about this video because the emphasis is on using the quilt motifs in a variety of quilts. I don’t want to give too much away…but the whole idea is to jumpstart your UFOs and turn them into useable quilts. We offer a variety of approaches to quilting a large selection of quilts.
LOST AT SEA?
While my blogging has been very inconsistent lately, I am not lost at sea…
We have spent hours writing a comprehensive script (and the tweaking continues!) and I have been working feverishly to create dozens of samples. I hope (and expect) the results will speak for themselves!
I will have to follow the winds for the next two weeks and post when I can…please be patient!
I hope it will be smooth sailing!
What about YOU? Are YOU working on any big projects? How many UFOs do YOU currently have?
We’d LOVE to hear!
Yo Ho Ho!
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Good Morning, Quilters!
This article was published in Country Living Magazine recently and I thought it was exactly what we have been discussing lately!
How will our quilts stand the test of time? Will anyone cherish them?
The family of Janet White of Morristown, NY certainly did!
Janet White was known for her quilt making…She made over 100 quilts for family and friends. When she died last week at age 84, her family draped her quilts over the pews at her funeral.
Her story and her family’s love of her quilts is heartwarming!
Quilt on, Ladies! Quilt on!
What do YOU think? We’d LOVE to hear!
Meg Tison’s English Bulldog, Bailey—Gaithersburg, Maryland
Good Morning, Quilters, Doggies and Kitties!
Grab a cup of coffee and a few kibbles, you’re in for a real treat…
We have another episode of Dogs, a few Cats, and Quilts–(more on Monday, too!)
Our pets certainly LOVE to get right in on the action…
If these pets had opposable thumbs, I think they’d be quilters!
Pedra from Bluffton, SC “Doing what she does best!”
Christine Kamon’s dog, Milli–“Perhaps you can stay off this while we’re gone?”
Susan Skuda’s King Charles Cavalier Spaniel, Fletcher–often takes creative license to re-arrange quilt blocks. From Waynesville, NC
Barbara Drummond’s Miniature Poodle, Stella–likes to sit in Barbara’s lap while she free motion quilts. Forest, Virginia
Chris Babich’s Tibetan Terrier, Gunny. Gunny was born on the Marine Corps Birthday in 2010 near Cherry Point Marine Air Base. Gunny thinks every quilt is being made for him: “Is this mine?” Semper Fi, Gunny!
Debby Lodding’s Jack–hoping Santa brought him a treat?!
Debby Lodding–“Jack the Angel” Sleeping on Debby’s first large quilt.
Mary Wheeler’s Miss Kitty
Denise Strueber’s adorable pup, Gus wants to help bind this quilt. From Dallas, Texas.
Laura’s Pug, Ernest has his own quilt, but enjoys the “big dogs’ bed!”
Siobhan’s dog, Stitch
Amy McBurnie’s, Skye-keeping the BERNINA warm. (This could be a BERNINA ad!)
Amy McBurnie’s, Toby–helps with the quilting. Pretty kitty, pretty quilt!
Sandra Walcott’s, Josephine. Very serious about quilting!
Carol Pitt’s, Jackson is sitting on a quilt with his hind leg on his likeness. From Thornton, Pennsylvania.
MORE ON MONDAY!
Thank you to all the pets and pet-lovers who sent in photos! It’s been a great show–and more to come!
You can trust your dog to guard your house, but never trust your dog to guard your sandwich!
My Australian Shepherd, Ruby–“Cheeky Ruby” with PK’s breakfast.
Ruby, Roxie, and Lori