Laura Pommier at the Dunn Art Gallery

I recently got a chance to visit the Dunn Art Gallery at Oakland City University to see Laura Pommier’s exhibit of drawings and paintings, entitled “Character Plots.” The exhibit was full of fantastical artwork featuring characters who don’t always seem to fit into their surroundings. While Pommier’s work is more representational than I typically prefer, Read More …

Booklr Questions – E-readers or physical copies of books?

Do you prefer e-readers or physical copies of books? Something every Booklr seems to have an opinion on is whether e-books or physical books are better.  And I am no different.  I have a very strong opinion on what type of books I want to read. I absolutely love having the option to read books Read More …

Communique Quilt

I’m very excited to share my latest finish with all of you! A brand new king size bed quilt!  I finished piecing the top ages ago, but it just recently made it’s trip to the long arm quilter. I got it back in July, just before our move, so I didn’t get around to binding Read More …

Secret Squirrel Mini Quilt

This month’s Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism challenge theme was the 9-patch block.  For my version of the challenge, I created a simple 9-patch design using orange fabrics. I decided to add a fun ninja squirrel for my embroidery design – this is not an actual requirement for the challenge quilts, but it’s a Read More …

WIP Wednesday

Lot’s of quilty things have been happening since last week.  As you know, from last week, I made a Monster’s Inc. baby blanket for my nephew Huxley, along with a matching taggie blanket.  And now that Huxley is here, you get to see his cuteness with his new quilt. And no, I didn’t buy him Read More …

Bringing the Wild Inside

My husband and I seem to have a soft place in our hearts for little wild animals.  Since the move to our new house in August, we’ve got 3 new animals living inside with our cat, Mouse.  She enjoys watching them as much as we do. The difference is that she would also like to Read More …

A Monster Taggie Blanket

Since I didn’t have enough leftover fabric from the crib sheet to do the backing of Huxley’s monster quilt, I wanted to make something else with some of the fabric.  I settled on a taggie blanket as a great way to use up some of the fabric. One side is pure Monster’s Inc., using the Read More …