Several years ago (before 2000, but I don't know exactly when) my mom got an older quilt that had been made simply by sewing two fabrics to batting. She decided she wanted a duvet cover instead and she carefully removed all the batting by opening one en… more »
...A veritable feast, I tell you! I saw Alice in Wonderland, and loved it and followed Susan Elliott as she did her inspiring AiW CQ block, but OMG!! I saw The Lion King tonight and it was indeed a feast for the eyes for anyone who loves color and fibe… more »
I wanted to have some lovely new photos to show you my lovely, reorganized work space. That's not going to happen. It's kind of hard to show something that doesn't yet exist. I have made some progress, though.
One thing that happened is that I had to c… more »
Block 18, Blessing 13, Position 7 Backstitch, satin stitch, Chain stitch Rayon and silk machine threads
Having a child is learning unconditional love. That alone is worth it, but the joy of motherhood is so much more, as any mother can… more »
Today was another gray day in Oregon. I wish summer would get here! At least I did discover that this is not just a SAD thing. It's been gray so long (with only tiny intervals of sunshine) that even people without SAD are really feeling it.
Last night… more »
I see a world where all people accept each other as friends and neighbors, and celebrate each person's uniqueness as a vital part of everyone's life, like threads in a tapestry. -F. Shafer Junaid
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