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Postcard from Ringo Lake –

Today’s post is an update on a new project I’m working on – the zen of last week’s post can’t really stay zen for long.  I had posted an interesting tidbit on my facebook page about being vaguely intrigued about the newest Quiltville mystery quilt, On Ringo Lake…had many of my readers thought about it, […]

5 Changes I’m making to Christmas this year…and why

It’s November 30, and like many of you, I’ve started looking ahead to Christmas.  There have been years I’ve dreaded it, postponed it, procrastinated it – and really didn’t find myself enjoying the holiday season.  Once upon a time, I worked for a company which ended it’s year on 12/31…so you can imagine how joyful […]

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, is it really relevent? In that time,  I’ve gone through several versions of a quilt […]

Thoughts on Hearts – and other things

Good morning, Blogland.  I hope that you’re enjoying the great content that has been put out there by the other sewists in the group for the Back to School Blog Hop.  I linked back to the original post by Sam Hunter for your convenience…and there’s so much that I’m learning as I read along each […]

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 […]

Catching up with Island Batik…

Believe it or not, there’s been a flurry of activity over in Ambassadorland within the last week or so.  The last several projects that we’ve done have been group roundup projects – we have a common theme (or technique) and then we work our individual projects around that.  Last  month – besides books, babies and […]

Monday Musings – my quilting progress

Tonight’s post is going to be a little more like a journal entry than anything else. I had set a goal this year of wanting to improve my free motion quilting skills. I’m finding that right now, I’m working on several smaller pieces rather than a large quilt, and that gives me plenty of leeway […]