Monthly Archives: April 2009

Well Travelled Pears

Well Travelled Pears

  This quilt hangs in the entry of my home, and always gets lots of attention from visiting friends, and  I love to tell the story about it! Back when we lived in Ohio, I belonged to a large quilt guild, and we had what were called “splinter groups”, in our case it was a… Continue Reading

Slowly but Surely…

Items get crossed off the list: Item Date Due % Done Floral quArt 3/20/2009 100% 30 Tie Dye shirts etc…for Elixer 3/20/2009 100% Design Clutch – Will Tuba 3/26/09 100% 10 Notelets 4/24/09 100% 5 Warm Colors Grab & Go 4/24/09 0% 5 Warm Colors Clutch 4/24/09 0% 30 Going Green Totes 4/24/09 30% 5… Continue Reading

Slowly but Surely…

Items get crossed off the list: Item Date Due % Done Floral quArt 3/20/2009 100% 30 Tie Dye shirts etc…for Elixer 3/20/2009 100% Design Clutch – Will Tuba 3/26/09 100% 10 Notelets 4/24/09 100% 5 Warm Colors Grab & Go 4/24/09 0% 5 Warm Colors Clutch 4/24/09 0% 30 Going Green Totes 4/24/09 30% 5… Continue Reading

Blogger’s Quilt Festival

I’ve always wanted to go to one of the really big quilt shows and I’ve never been able to…here’s our chance to have a virtual one! Starting tomorrow, April 17, you will be able to attend the First Annual Bloggers Quilt Festival! Amy of  the Park City Girl blog has set this up; read all… Continue Reading

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Blogger’s Quilt Festival

I’ve always wanted to go to one of the really big quilt shows and I’ve never been able to…here’s our chance to have a virtual one! Starting tomorrow, April 17, you will be able to attend the First Annual Bloggers Quilt Festival! Amy of  the Park City Girl blog has set this up; read all… Continue Reading

Filed Under: Fun

Good to Know

Here’s an amazing project started over at pikaland, with advice/inspiration from artists and other creative folk. Their 1st topic they cover is about overcoming a creative block. Amazingly good advice! Good to Know: Issue #1 Continue Reading

Citrus Celebration

One of the reasons I love my hometown is the Inland Orange Conservancy: an organization dedicated to saving the old local groves that grow fantastic oranges that aren’t pretty enough for SunKist to buy. When you become a member, you receive 10 pounds of oranges every week during the season, and if you don’t eat… Continue Reading

Happy Easter!

Well, the Easter Bunny has come & gone, leaving behind a spider web of string for the boys to follow to their baskets, as well as plenty of eggs outside to hunt. Now a peaceful day, full of chocolate and reading until Daddy gets home from playing his Easter gig. And later, a leg of… Continue Reading