So, now that the BOM quilt is finished (and don't forget the big reveal day and sign up for the Quilt-Along is January 1!) what will I work on next? I have so many ideas, but nothing is fully formed and ready to jump right in. No fabric is calling to me, and no fresh idea is nagging at me, waiting to get done. I guess I am in a Quilting Slump!
Once you know what our Leaves Galore tools can do, there is inspiration everywhere! Whether you are looking at wallpaper, carpets or stained glass windows, you can find these beautiful curved shapes that come together into gorgeous patterns. Each time I spot a shape that I could rotary cut with my tools, there is a quilt waiting to happen!There are never enough hours in the day.
No matter what you celebrate,
what you believe,
what you live by,
may this season of giving
bring peace to our world
and to your heart.
Well, you may have noticed that I forgot to blog yesterday! Jason was finally home to help me finish decorating the tree and I made dinner for him and my hubby. Then after decorating the tree, Jason and I just sat down and chatted until it was time for bed. Well, those of you who have gone through this with your own children know that these times are few and far between, and you savor every moment that you can when you kids are home from college for the Holidays! As it is, Jeff and I are going to leave for England on January 4th so we only have two more weeks with bo
I have just finished my Christmas shopping online and WHOO HOO! Everything will be delivered to my door. Here in New England it has been a cool 23 degrees, and I'm doing all my shopping in my jammies so I don't have to go out in the cold!
Have you been a good girl this year? Maybe Santa will fill your stocking with some great sewing gadgets.
I realized today that it is the third day of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights! If you are celebrating with your family today, you are probably not reading my blog.