The Cat - and the quilt made by Pam Holland inspired by the cat above. Southern New Mexico Festival of Quilts - 16-18 July 2015 - Alamogordo, NM This may be one of the classes being taught this year.
Two quilts from the many great quilts at the American Quilt Show in Albuquerque this weekend. Alamogordo quilting buddies, Caron, Linda, Jennifer and Cindy checked out the vendors and looked at all the quilts.
Happy little room divider I found at Hobby Lobby. Would really like to take it home but I have a problem - promised myself I'd toss three things for every new purchase I bring home. What do I toss?
Does your fabric procreate in the closet when the door is closed? I don't know how I can use fabric and use fabric and the stash never gets smaller.
How do you handle the accumulation of quilting and crafting "stuff". You know if you toss it or give it away you'll need it...
Do you go cold turkey? Give to a thrift shop only to see it is still there a few weeks later and buy it back? It was an accident I swear.
I need a fabric/craft (fill in the blank) twelve-step [rpogram.
What is the easiest way for you to learn? Are you better at following written directions or do you need the visual clues that photos and drawings provide? Or perhaps you prefer video tapes and learn easier by listening to instruction?
I have a couple projects to publish this year - how to put them out for you to use? I like simple written instructions with lots of photos/drawings so tend to be a visual learner - better yet is to take a class and watch the instructor - how about you?
It's a new year - with renewed energy and renewed goals.......... The past year was pretty hectic in so many ways. After a while I just couldn't bring myself to sit at the computer in the evenings to update the blog and do all the administrative things that need to be done. I'm not a resolution type person but I have decided to change a couple things:
Surround myself with POSITIVE people - remove the negative ones
Don't waste time on things I cannot change
Looking forward to 2015 and all the positive things to come. I hope you'll join me on my journey.