Ribbon Dance

I know I thought I’d blog more frequently after I got Baby Bubbles done, but — well, the summer was hot and glorious and somehow blogging just went on the back burner. But piecing didn’t. When I first saw it, … Continue reading

Stars, Stars, Stars and Valse Brillante

First of all, I read everyone’s comments on my last post – the overwhelming majority voted for using the gold print. And looking at the pictures, I agree but oh, how I love the richness of that black! However, I made … Continue reading

Christmas Fireworks

This fabric had been waiting for just the right project. I fell in love with it as it is just made for fussy cutting/printing with a perfect 11.75″ repeat. One of the quilts in Willyne Hammerstein’s Millefiori Quilts that I … Continue reading

Big Stars and Little Stars

First the big stars. One of the three grey and white Feathered Stars that are finished. Then the second. And this is where it got interesting. I realized when I finished this one that I hadn’t been paying attention when … Continue reading

Passacaglia Duet

My very good friend, Barb, and I are at it again. Simul-blogging our adventures with stitching, that is. One of us is in Toronto, Ontario while the other is in the Forth Worth/Dallas area of – well, of course you all know … Continue reading

Surrounded Centres

A design idea for these fabulous kaleidoscope centres from the Colonial Garden collection has been slowly taking shape in my mind. So what did I do? I started by turning three of those centres into squares. First one. Then a second. … Continue reading