WIP Wednesday

My husband and I just moved into our very own home, and with that has come the moving of my sewing space from one house to another.  My sewing space will still be located in the basement at the new house, which is a good thing, considering how messy my sewing space tends to be. Read More …

Booklr Questions – Which book character do you most relate to?

Which book character do you most relate to? Having recently read a lot of Douglas Adams books, I find myself relating to Arthur Dent more than I would like. Granted, I haven’t been to travel the universe with nothing but a towel and my bathrobe, but I do feel very out of place. More often Read More …

Booklr Questions – Do you read Fan-fiction?

Do you read Fan-fiction? When I was in high school, I used to read a lot of fan-fiction about some of my favorite TV shows, like Mobile Suit Gundam Wing. My favorites were the ones that centered on Heero Yuy, one of the five primary gundam pilots. These days, I don’t really read fan-fiction anymore. Read More …

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 …