Hi everyone and thanks for following. Just a reminder that you can check out all the daily General Chaos & Mayhem at my daily blog. http://moderndayfitandfood.com I hope to have a new project on modern day designs soon. … Continue reading
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What a pleasure it has been to work with Kathi to help with her eldest’s son’s quilt. Kathi has been collecting T Shirts for YEARS. O yes. They have paint, sweat and stains. We got to spend a couple afternoons … Continue reading
One of the boys found a string of Conch Shells. The pink of these shells is amazing.
Foxtails in the garden. Manual focus lets me zero in on the detail I want want. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/08/23/weekly-photo-challenge-focus/
The boys have returned to school. A Senior and A Freshman this year. Fall changes everything. The Routine, the grocery shopping, when dinner needs to be ready, times to get up and out of the house. Nothing better than seeing … Continue reading
In going through old photo disks for my origins post on moderndayfitandfood.com, I found these twin quilts that I had made for Wayne (Papa) and Liz (Gram). They were completed in 2005 and were inspired by Gram & Papa’s recent … Continue reading
Between snowmageddon, being sick, general craziness with a new puppy in the hours . . . I finally finished this batik beauty. As usual, Michele’s is wonderful. She finally let me use king tut variegated thread on a piece and … Continue reading
I am sooooo excited to finally be able to post the cub scout quilt I quilted for Susan Van Kirk Beyer and her Cub Scout pack. Their Blue & Gold event was last night and the quilt was finally presented … Continue reading
My new camera is helping to take some fantastic pictures this vacation break. But my favorite is getting the boys with the dogs.
So. . . just how do you add borders or make a quilt bigger without creating that friendly wave. Once you get the technique, you’ll be so much happier with your final quilt. First, let’s start with the definition. The … Continue reading