Monthly Archives: July 2011
About a month ago I heard a reference to pinterest. What’s that, I thought? Then I heard about it again. Then I started hearing about it almost daily. So I tried it. Guess what? It’s totally addictive!!!!!!!!!! What is it? … Continue reading
Our friend Polly had an accident on water skies while vacationing in Wisconsin. Being a good friend, Tracy has gone to stay with her, help her, entertain her and let her know that someone cares. This is yet another illustration … Continue reading
For 2 years I’ve had the fabric to make window treatments for the kitchen. Today I finally made them!!! Woo hoo! One more thing to cross off the to do list.
This great new collection from Riley Blake, Alphabet Soup Boy Cottons by My Mind’s Eye, came into The Quilted Fox last week. I thought it was really cute and I’m going to be needing a baby quilt for a … Continue reading
I just finished this strippy quilt for a new baby girl. It started with a pile of 2.5″ batik strips of various lengths and became a nice sized baby quilt in lots of soft shades including pink and blue. My … Continue reading
For the last several weeks, I’ve been working hard at updating my quilt records. I keep my quilt records in three-ring binders, with a page of notes on the making of each quilt and a photo of the quilt. I … Continue reading
It’s finished! I started this kaleidoscope quilt at retreat and just finished it last night. I’m pretty pleased with the final result! I used the Ricky Tims book as my guide and it was excellent. I’ll be teaching this in … Continue reading
Today, at 7:00 pm, the car still said it was 104 degrees! It was a great evening to stay in and sew!