Monthly Archives: January 2011

One Moment | Looking for My Mojo

Well, it’s been one of those weeks. Back to school stress and crazy amounts of nervous energy spent in the classroom? Check! Dealing with the monthly RAA newsletter and website update stress? Check! Crazy re-direct hellness with a new web design  project? Check! This feeling is starting to feel familiar…why LOOK! I blogged about the… Continue Reading

The Inspiration Circle

I got an email the other day from Lidija, of the blog BluDor Magazine. She wrote me to thank me for the videos of free motion machine quilting I’ve got posted on my site. After watching me stitch she used the same technique to write nursery rhymes on the side of the hanging cradle she… Continue Reading

What a Relief!

Well, last night a bunch of friends came over and helped me watch my Quilting Arts TV appearances! Guess what? I don’t have 2 heads! PHEW! I didn’t talk too much over Pokey, and don’t think I talked too fast. I haven’t lived in New England 28 years, and I can still hear the Boston… Continue Reading

One Moment | Feeling Incredible Honored

It’s been a couple of weeks since I’ve had the time to post a moment, I’ve really missed it! And yesterday, I got such a huge compliment, I just had to share! Sew Mama Sew is doing this great series of interview with all the movers and shakers of the sewing world. Yesterday, it was… Continue Reading

Looking Forward to 2011

Looking Forward to 2011

I had a great time looking back at my goals for 2010, sometimes I get so focussed on what I’m NOT getting done, I forget to celebrate the things I do. Sigh, I will also admit that I’ve got a bit of performance anxiety writing this post/mapping out what I want to accomplish at this… Continue Reading

Return from the Frozen North!

Return from the Frozen North!

We had a wonderful 3 days up in June lake, in the cabin of a wonderful friend! The boys haven’t really played in the snow for several years now, and every winter they bemoan that fact. (Here in Redlands, we can see snow up in the mountains just an hour away…but we’ve never taken the time to… Continue Reading