Author Archives: PatchPearl

Digging out from under…literally

This headline comes from the fact that we’re getting our first really significant weather here in New Hampshire today as I write this. My desk faces two front windows in the room, and it could be Alaska out there for the snow flying past me all day…although Fairbanks is partly sunny today, with a high […]

Sunday Special – Coastal Mist Blog Hop

Welcome to this Sunday Special entry on the blog – I’m thrilled to be participating in the Coastal Mist Blog Hop, hosted by Tammy Silvers of Tamarinis. I’ve had the good fortune to collaborate with Tammy on a number of projects, and I was thrilled to be invited to participate on this latest venture of […]

Playing with the Coastal Mist Blog Hop

Last fall, before Quilt Market, you may remember my putting an icon on my Facebook page indicating it was a Secret Sewing Day…well, now I can let you in on the secret. I had been invited to participate in Tamarinis latest blog blog hop, the Coastal Mist Blog Hop…and my piece was walked to Market […]

Monday Musings – Welcome to 2017!

Happy First Monday of January! My wish for you is that this year brings you health, happiness and peace. I don’t know that we really can ask more from life than that anyway. I am not in the habit of looking backwards (I’m not going that way), but I thought I’d start the year off […]

Monday Musings – The Season of Giving

This month’s theme from Island Batik is to celebrate the season of giving in our own way. The blogs that have been posted throughout the month have shown me innovative ways to interpret the theme. We are celebrating the holidays this year with a new family member, Weezy. Weezy is a 6 year old rescue […]

Monday Musings – Linking the Past and the Future

The dictionary defines a connection as a relationship in which a person, thing, or idea is linked or associated with something else. I believe that there are far more things that unite quilters than that separate them. I’m sounding a bit like Carrie Bradshaw here (ok, in my own head!), but why do quilters need […]