My new hydraulic lift is awesome. It allows me to quilt at just the right height, whatever, that happens to be for the quilting I'm doing. With just the push of a button I can set a new height. It has helped me visually see what I am quilting. Definitely recommend. Yesterday I put on… Continue reading Refreshing the Longarm
I have been super busy this year. Donna Morrell and I vended for Studio 180 Design at three quilt shows (Port St. Lucie, the Villages, and the AQS show in Daytona), and Rick (my husband) and I vended in Panama City. Then Donna and I were off to North Caroling for CI Training with Deb… Continue reading Where am I Running to?
My husband is putting a hydraulic lift on my quilting machine for which I am one thankful lady. So while my machine is tied up I decided to go ahead and quilt my one and only "mini" I made. I used Studio 180 Design's Love Link Pattern and the Wing Clipper tool to make 1/2" x… Continue reading Love Links and Polka Dots a Good Combination
It takes a lot to get me to stop quilting to organize my quilting space, let alone my home. A few months ago Hurricane Hermaine came through causing a lot of damage as trees fell down on neighborhood homes. We were very fortunate to not have any real damage. We did, however, lose power for three… Continue reading Hurricanes, Puppies, and a Drippy Sink
I've not wanted to share the Hunter's Star quilt I made until little Isla arrived. Her family did not want to know the sex of their fourth child. Having always known this time they wanted the surprise factor. However, the way my niece announced her pregnancy was toe text me while I was at a… Continue reading Isla Mae Has Arrived