pastiche - n. [Fr] Artistic composition made up of bits from various sources.
Click here to join Jaci Lawson and learn the inspiration for My Favorite Mystery Redwork BOM.
July is ...A night sky filled with colorful cascading fireworks as the United States celebrates its birth. (I do not want to think about all of the booms and pops and sizzles and other sounds I hear.)The middle of the year or mid-summer. Vacations…Continue
"Roll out those lazy - hazy - crazy days of summer..." Written by Charles Tobias, recorded in 1963 by Nat King Cole. (Guess I am showing my age.)It may be the start of summer vacation season for some people, but I have a number of quilting goals I…Continue
Just wanted to share what I rescued from my parents' trailer. Earlier this month, we went and visited my Dad who was in the hospital. Anyway, my Dad and Mom saved everything..... I mean my Dad never met a receipt that he didn't like. They went…Continue
May...Lately, every time I think of May I think "May Day!, May Day!". Part of me remembers on the first day of this month my brothers and I used to deliver little baskets of flowers to the neighbors, ringing the doorbell and then running before…Continue
OK - I admit - I'm out of the loop here. How, exactly, does one attend/participate in an on-line quilt-a-thon event. I am interested in participating in the Kennel Quilt event, but have other commitments those dates. However, maybe that doesn't…Continue
AprilApril showers bring May flowers...All that rain sounds like a good excuse to stay inside and quilt.What are your plans for the month?P.S. Being outside in the garden amidst the flowers can be inspirational too.Continue
I know, that it is a bit late, but I've just realized that this could be a place for getting answers. Next Tuesday we will go to London for a week, and I wonder there is an interesting quilting event, place (museum, exhibition) or a very special shop. Anything can be interesting for a passionate quilter like me. (I've realized that there were no Row x Row shop in London.)
Thanks in advance,
Susan from Budapest
PS: If you visit Budapest, I'll be happy to…Continue
Thank you everyone.
Dad was 92 when he passed and the surprising thing is that his older brother, whom he chided about not being in good health, will be 94 in November. He has outlived his entire immediate family. Dad had a lot of medical issues including CHF, kidney failure and a few other infections, had been in ICU for 3 days and was on comfort care only. He had been sick for many months before that but didn't want to see the doctor. My sisters were there the whole time, and we…Continue
If you had a birthday this week, and I missed wishing You a Happy Birthday, here it is : "HAPPY BIRTHDAY". I was at a quilt retreat with no computer. Sorry I missed you this year. Hope it was a great day and full of "pieceful" memories.
I LOVE the accuracy I get when I use larger pieces of fabric to sew patches together to make certain shapes required for some blocks.
I HATE all the extra time spent trimming them down to the correct size.
Did I mention, I LOVE the resulting size accuracy?
As I said, it is a LOVE--HATE relationship!