Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Choose from nine beautiful small projects--all celebrating nature--with appliqué designs ranging from daffodils and tulips to hostas and ivy.
Posted by JJ at 10:56 PM
Saturday, December 21, 2013
I have been under the weather so I haven't done much decorating for Christmas but I decided that I had better do something today. I think only one of the kids is coming but those grandkids should not see grandma being a scrooge. So I bucked up and did the tree, just a little one with bears. The cross stitched angels my youngest daughter did for a Christmas present a couple of years ago. I love them.
Well so much for that, I am wore out and need a nap, but have much to much to do, to rest now. Dirty dishes, dusty house and laundry to do. OH MY!!
HAVE A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!!
Posted by JJ at 1:23 PM
Saturday, December 14, 2013
A friend wants me to make about 4 of these for her for stocking stuffers.So quick and easy using Red Heart Sashay Yarn and there are lots of instructions on the internet how to do it. Sewing and quilting have taken a back seat to Christmas right now, and the rest can't be put on my blog for now, otherwise the gifts wont be a surprise. ;)
Posted by JJ at 5:29 PM
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Hows your Christmas sewing going?
Tomorrow is the City Quilt group meeting. We decided to bring treats and share, instead of working on a project but I still needed to make the December block. We make a block every month and bring, then someone in the group takes them home and puts them together and finishes it. We sell some at the City Museum and we donate some to the police department to put in their patrol vehicles to use in an emergency.
McCalls Quilting. It looks like a package with a bow on it, especially when made with Christmas fabric.
Posted by JJ at 8:25 PM