My VBFF (virtual best friend forever) Pat Sloan sent me a fat quarter bundle of her new fabric line “Georgia” – and after staring and feeling and seeing the fabric in my mind – and I designed a six-month block of the month quilt to go with the fabric line.
And, there is no way you can work with this fabric without singing a number of “Georgia” songs — Georgia on my Mind, The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia, etc.
I cut the fabric out last Sunday and it’s just CALLING my name, but I can’t sew it until the weekend. But, I gotta tell you – it’s DIVINE fabric and I hope the quilt will do it justice. Hope I retain my VBFF status, too 🙂
Our oldest daughter gave me one of the BEST gifts at Christmas, and she made it all by herself!
I throw fits when the girls bend over pages of books (especially those that aren’t theirs), or when they break the spine of a book by leaving it open to save their page. I also have a minor breakdown when I go searching for a bookmark, only to find that someone took it and didn’t put it back.
But not anymore! Not only do I have these lovely hand-made bookmarks that DD#1 made for me, I can put other bookmarks that I find in the same box, so all of us can have quick access to a bookmark! Long live books!
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For January, the recipe is for King Ranch Casserole and the free quilt project pattern is the King Ranch Table Runner!
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Normally, I would put a photograph of my dashing husband up here, celebrating and commemorating (or is that commiserating?) his special day.
I have found that some of my photos are being used on other VERY INAPPROPRIATE websites. NOT AGAIN! I will no longer be putting up photos of my family, unless I password protect the post. If you see a password protected post and know me personally, then feel free to email me for the password. Otherwise, I will stick to my knitting (errrr, quilting) and only post photos of my quilt or craft projects on this blog.
What a sad state of affairs. What a total drain of my time and energies. But, I will pray for those who have sinned against me and my family – because they need all the prayers we can send them.
Happy birthday, honey!
I met with an older lady and her mother last year at a local (yummy) restaurant as they were interested in someone making a quilt for their daughter/grandaughter. The parents were older parents when they adopted a little girl. The Grandmother made all of the little girl’s clothes, and had saved scraps of fabric from those clothes and they wanted them used in a quilt for the young girl.
I was more than happy to oblige, as I thought the idea of a memory quilt, across the generations, was so special for all involved. From Grandmother to mother to daughter. That, my friends, is the goal of all of my quilt-making — sharing the love and memories forever.
This weekend, I *finally* made the time to make the quilt top – and I sure hope the customers like it!
The quilt will be sent to my quilter tomorrow and I hope it is all that the customers are looking for!