Happy quilting everybody!
Welcome to my blog of my quilting adventures from blogs I find online, to tips and tricks I find to make quilting more enjoyable. Above all I else, I think quilting should be fun!
|bought this as a curtain at the local Goodwill clearance center. Works perfect for a backing!|
|used a panel for a soft baby book for blocks. I love this quilt. Made for a former co-workers baby boy.|
|I used some practice blocks in the backing. She loves it.|
|My honey checking out one of the quilts in the show.|
|The B&B we stayed at, The Carriage Way. Beautiful and the food was so good.|
|I loved the bathroom, look at the shower!|
|The bed was so tall, I had to literally jump into it!|
|St Augustine Lighthouse|
|He talked me into climbing to the top!|
|It went from these pieces.|
|The whole top.|
I hope everyone had a great Christmas, and looking forward to a wonderful 2014. I feel very optimistic about the future.
Since oldest son was going to the other Florida coast to have Christmas with his fiancée's family, we opened our gifts a day early:
She’s my little practice granddaughter. I adore her, she’s my son’s fiancée's niece. She loves baby dolls, and I have some doll clothes I’m working on to go with the doll.
The hat dances and sings, and my ,dog wanted it so bad! He wouldn’t leave my mom alone.
All in all, Christmas was great.
I have also been doing some sewing, this is my progress on Celtic Solstice, Bonnie Hunter's newest mystery quilt. There are 4 steps out so far, I am almost caught up with step 2.
And a bit of buying of fabric. I blew my fabric diet today, but I got great deals, so it’s a win-win, I think. Although, having a cart full of bolts of fabric, and standing in line for an hour is something else. Glad everyone was in a great mood, and as one person was getting fabric cut, another was asking for the rest of that bolt! It was something else.
I hope everyone has a great New Year’s.