Cut Me Loose – A Review

I recently received a copy of Cut Me Loose: Sin and Salvation After My Ultra-Orthodox Girlhood from NetGalley and Penguin Books. And I’m super excited to share this book with you.  Cut Me Loose chronicles the early life of Leah Vincent, in her transition from Ultra-Orthodox Jewish girl, to secular woman. So what’s this book Read More …

My Little Friend Mini Quilt

I’ve finished up this month’s Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism challenge over the weekend. This month’s theme was Log Cabin blocks.  For this month’s challenge, I decided to use my green ROYGBIV fabric and make a scrappy looking quilt. I also chose to add a hand embroidered gnome to this month’s mini quilt, which Read More …

Booklr Questions – What is your favorite genre?

What is your favorite genre? Since I was a child, fantasy has always spoken to me. When I was scared, or anxious, about something I could escape to another world – one that was full of wondrous things, like talking dragons, and beings that could travel between worlds. The books I remember most from my Read More …

Star Trek: DS9 Print

My husband and I were watching an episode of Star Trek: DS9 the other night, and it inspired me to make a print. In the episode “Civil Defense,” Quark quotes the 75th Rule of Acquisition: Home is where the heart is, but the stars are made of latinum. I just knew I needed a beautiful Read More …

WIP Wednesday

I seem to be a real slacker about having WIPs to share, but I do have a new one this week.  I’ve been working on this month’s Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism Challenge, which is log cabins. I finished my piecing on Sunday, and spent a day of so trying to decide what bit Read More …

Booklr Questions – Who are your favorite book characters?

Who are your favorite book characters? It’s so easy for me to fall in love with characters in books, but rarely because they are sweet.  I find myself falling in love with the brave, the decisive, and the eccentric. A few of my favorites are: Lettie Hempstock in Ocean at the End of the Lane Read More …