Two weeks sure fly by quickly. Alexia and Julian are leaving tomorrow – their visit certainly went by with a blink of an eye.
Thank you for your support throughout what was for me a wonderful 2010! My best wishes to you during this holiday season, that it may truly be a time of enjoyment of the more meaningful aspects of this celebration. And may 2011 be a year of inspiration and joy for us all! ~Angie & family~ […]
I’m just popping in for a couple of minutes to say “hi.” I am sure we are all quite busy these days. I am focusing on family: baking, gift wrapping, putting up the Christmas tree and decorating, etc. You won’t *see* much of me these days until after New Year’s… I want to make the […]
Can’t help myself… just have to share… Merry Christmas, and watch out for the Romans!
I’m sure there are a ton of quilting blogs you already follow. And I do want to continue sharing some of my favorites. In truth, I seem to follow more non-quilting than quilting blogs. Why? Because they are an endless source of inspiration.
My grandma on my dad’s side was a pack rat. After she died, when we went to clean out her house, we found carefully organized drawers full of nails, screws, nuts and bolts… you name it. She could have opened a hardware store.
I don’t know what’s happening to me. I’m feeling wired, and am having a hard time sleeping. So I’m sewing up a storm, and in between I’m drawing. Talk about nervous energy!
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I am now approaching 100% Christmas mode (as I sit hear listening to Josh Groban’s Noel album… full blast). And I haven’t even started decorating the house. That will have to wait until the 15th, when Alexia and Julian arrive. For me, Christmas is really about family time, and especially about doing things with the […]
I’m still on a designing roll. 🙂 And I know there isn’t much time for lengthy quilting projects this close to Christmas, but I think we can still squeeze some small ones in… I can’t help but think how much fun it is to decorate the house with small, whimsical decorations.
One of the fun things about this time of year is seeing how other people are creatively inspired. And although I cannot spend as much time blog hopping as I would like, I do make it a point to spend a few minutes every day (okay, half an hour!) checking out creative Christmas crafts.
Remember a few days ago I showed you a few images of a couple of projects I was working on? I actually finished them quickly, but putting the tutorials together has taken longer.
My icon for today is a little Japanese girl, who apparently seems to be juggling. What can that have to do with stocking stuffers? Quite a bit, actually, because this little girl is playing Otedama, a traditional Japanese juggling game. And one of my suggestions for a stocking stuffer is precisely some of the ojami […]
In our sewing circle this week my friends continued to work on felt ornaments.