Category: organization

Back to School Blog Hop – TOP TEN LIST of low cost tips for Organizing your sewing room

Good morning – and Happy September. I’m pleased to welcome you to my stop on the Back to School Blog Hop here at www.onequiltingcircle.  I’m Linda Pearl, and I have been quilting for a long time; really, after 25 years,

The Back to School Blog Hop

Good morning, blogland!   A group of online quilters got together recently, and launched the Back to School blog hop. It’s a collaborative effort – as all hops are – and I am so happy that they have invited me

My second biggest addiction is…

I know you might be tempted to go for ‘chocolate’ (and before this exercise, I might too!), but my recent adventures in spring cleaning yielded some surprising results. This is the second part of a series on spring cleaning, the

Spring Cleaning time…and a Giveaway!

To me, there’s nothing like spring to get my cleaning and organizing mojo going, and the sewing room seems to be the Ground Zero for it (yet again) this year.  I’m not sure why it’s this room in the house

Monday Musings – Our Favorite Things Blog Hop

Happy Monday, and welcome to the kickoff to the Our Favorite Things blog hop from the Brand Ambassadors of Island Batik! Over the next 17 days, we’ll be sharing pictures of our workspaces as well as highlighting some of our

Monday Musings – 3 ways this App has helped me

Anyone who knows me knows that I am a gadget girl – whether it’s in the sewing room or the kitchen. Todat I want to share with you  an App I recently discovered for my Android, the Robert Kaufman app,

It’s time to Yell ‘Plot Twist’

I wanted to use this as a chance to update you on how my attack on my UFO pile – known as the Drop and Give me Twenty program – was going. When I started, I had  lists -of what

One week into DaGMT’15…what have I learned?

Happy Friday – it’s sunny and cold here in the northeast, but don’t fear – we’ll be getting another foot or two of snow within the next few days. It’s a good thing with all the activity here in my

Packing for a quilt retreat – Pack with a Purpose or Wing it?

I didn’t attend sleep away camp as a child, or live in a dorm in college – so the concept of a sleep away quilt event was something I was completely unfamiliar with when I went to my first weekend

Well, the dust has settled a bit

New year, new organization…every quilter’s desk needs a decent mug rug.  Mine might be a tad bigger than your average size mug rug, but that’s OK. It’s a rug with a message as well as a purpose.  And I tend

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