One blog that I've admired for a long time is Crazy Mom Quilts. It's mostly (like 98%) about quilting and Amanda Jean's style is just my flavor. She mixes modern and and classic quilting, uses bright candy colors and has many projects that are crazy enough that you can't help but be impressed. Unfortunately, she … Continue reading Light and Dark Half Square Triangle Quilt
I am by no means a quilter, although I have enjoyed making a handful of quilts over the years. In more recent years, however, I've stuck to English Paper Piecing for making quilts, which has proven to be a very long process. Very, verrrrrry long, in fact. I mean, I really enjoy it but I … Continue reading Rosemary & Thyme Quilt: Finished!
A little while ago I posted about my finished La Passacaglia quilt. I started that particular quilt over 4 1/2 years ago even though I had never done any sort of hand quilting in my life. Now English Paper Piecing (EPP) is a very special, very time consuming project to take on (unless you decide … Continue reading Another EPP: Millefiori Valse Brillante
During our time in Idaho over the summer we were able to "help" out while Ben's mom and grandma readied their homes to go on the market. And I do say "help" with full quotations because with two little ones running around we really only offered the teeniest little sliver of assistance on all that … Continue reading Grandma’s Sunbonnet Sue
WIP is quilting lingo for Work in Progress. When we were in Alaska, I shared the start of a sewing project that I was doing called La Passacaglia. I figured it was time for an update! Now before you get too excited, just know that...I didn't really get that much done. I know, I know, … Continue reading WIP Wednesday: La Passa Progress
La Passacaglia (la pass-uh-cal-yuh). A.k.a. My sewing project. A.k.a. My sewing project that just might take me 10 years to complete. But I'm loving it! Truthfully 🙂 **Long Post Warning: scroll through if you just want to see the pics:) I first saw the La Passacaglia quilt on Pinterest and I totally fell in love … Continue reading La Passacaglia: My Sewing Project