For 2019, I have set a goal to finish as many WIP as possible. And I’m using various motivations, including the APQ UFO challenge and the Finish a Long.1. Summer Sampler 2017 meant for my sister – finish filler blocks, add border, and quilt 2. Glamp Stitchalot 2015 which is for me – add final […]

Three! Yes indeed, three sparkling finishes! Well, better than one, but certainly not as I might have hoped. My original list is at this post, but here is a quick summary: 1. Summer Sampler — I worked on some of the joiner blocks and started the border 2. Glamp stitchalot – no progress 3. On […]

You know, I don’t make minis for myself but I do for swaps. I’m not sure why I jumped in and broke my self imposed ban on swaps, but for some reason the #easterbunnyquiltswap2019 appealed to me. After perusing my partner’s mosaic, I decided on this cute rabbit from Quilt Art Designs (found thanks to […]

I have a few blogs I read regularly which are interesting in non-crafty ways. So I thought I would share those today, and who knows, perhaps some of you could find a new blog to follow. Also if you would like to suggest another one or more for me, please leave me a comment about […]

I really wanted to make this tunic (Late Lunch Tunic by Oliver +S), despite the fact that I know that my short and curvy shape is not generally good with tunics. I finally got this cut out on a hot day last July when i didn’t feel like sewing, and decided to focus on it […]

When I saw the January pattern for the Bag of the Month club, I immediately felt it had to be made in denim. I found a 1/2 metre of this soft light blue in my stash of garment fabrics and got started. For the pocket print, the bright colours of this Tula Pink print from […]

Welcome friends old and new to TGIFF this week! This quilt has taken me longer than it should because I have jumped into some other projects in the middle. With the small pieces of the Bonnie Hunter design, I knew an all over stitching pattern would work best, and I am happy with the dahlia […]

I had imagined I would have time to finish some projects while on shift, yet I feel with the period half over I haven’t accomplished as much as I should. Despite working on many projects. My daughter asked for a bag to carry her new clarinet, and we picked the Sew Sturdy messenger bag from […]

Here I am, plugging away on my Good Fortune quilt. Despite having all of the units made, making the blocks feels like it is taking forever. Today I laid out what I had to try to come up with an alternate arrangement to make it a bit bigger. The winner? a double 9-patch. Here is […]

The inspiration was red, white, and blue for the second challenge of Project Quilting, but the additional comments about flags got me thinking about representations of that most iconic song (barely ahead of the Hockey Night in Canada theme)–O Canada. So I made maple leaf blocks from my scrap bins, and then sandwiched the panel […]