January 21, 2019

what’s in your bucket?

Hello all, Mary Ellen here. I hope you’re still making progress on your quilting bucket list. (see post of December 29,2018) . If you give us a status report in the comment section or comment on anything related to our postings, your name will be entered in a drawing for prizes paid for by our guild. We had our first prize drawing at our guild meeting last week. Sylvia Siegel won 2 spools of Aurifil thread. You can read her comment at the end of the post on Dec. 29, 2018. If you’re going to play along with us, working on your bucket list, you do not need to go back to the original post to add your comment(s). And I’ll say again you don’t have to restrict your comments to the bucket list topic. Just comment on the most recent blog post. I’ll find you when I read through […]
January 15, 2019

projects for the new year

Hello all, Mary Ellen here. Of late I’ve been working on Gudrun Erla’s Two Timer quilts from her latest book. Easy piecing! Mine is going to be scrappy-which does increase the cutting time a bit but I think it’s going to be a fun look. I’m trying out her third Stripology ruler to see how I like it. So far, so good. If you’re taking part in the bucket list challenge (go back a post or two), the first prize drawing will be happening at our guild meeting this week. You can comment on any of the posts from the introductory post up until this one to get your name entered in the drawing. If you’ve already commented, feel free to comment again–particularly if you’ve checked off another thing on the bucket list. Hoping to see you Thursday at the meeting-morning time slot remember! Starts at 10:00 a.m.
January 5, 2019

normalcy??

Hello all, Mary Ellen back again. I’m slowing striving to get back to normalcy, whatever that means. I’ve washed and put away the big holiday quilts (I’m counting that for #29 on the bucket list). Have yet to do likewise with the smaller table toppers, wall hangings, etc. Starting that one room at a time because it entails many a trip to the attic. The big quilts just get layered onto a bed in the spare bedroom which is an easier task. I’ve chosen which of the “kits” of my UFO’s I’ll be working on first this year and have gotten all the “stuff” collected and stowed next to the machine. It’s a group of little storage pouches from a demo I did for one of the guild early bird specials. When I finish them up, I’ll have 4 of the same pouch. Gifts for nieces and my sister – […]