WIP Wednesday

Progress in the last week has been mostly made by others. I got a quilt back from the quilter yesterday.  It still needs trimmed and bound, but the quilt came out beautifully. I’m also working on adding sleeves to the back of several quilts for the local quilt show on Saturday, June 6th. Sharing over Read More …

Stir – A Review

Stir: My Broken Brain and the Meals That Brought Me Home by Jessica Fechtor is the 1st book I was accepted to review for NetGalley.com and I couldn’t think of a better book to start with. Stir will be released on June 23rd, 2015. So what’s this book about anyway? A Synopsis – At 28, Jessica Read More …

Schrodinger’s Cat Mini Quilt

I finished up the first of the Focus Through the Prism challenges today.  The block to incorporate this month was the Churn Dash, sometimes called the Monkey Wrench. My version of the quilt, “Schrodinger’s Cat,” features an offset block inside block design, with embroidered kitten, and hand quilting.  Fabrics used in this quilt are Cherrywood Read More …

#NaBloPoMo – Light

As an amateur photographer, light is something I struggle with.  My indoor photos are often yellow, and if it’s sunny, my outdoor photos can look washed out. Fortunately, I recently read part of the manual for my camera and discovered how “scenes” settings on my camera works. It’s helped me a lot. Does your camera Read More …

#OurProject52 – Black and White

I love black and white photography. My digital camera even takes photos in black and white, though I’ve never used that feature of the camera. I haven’t actually shot in black and white since high school when I did it with real black and white film. Because of that, when I do black and white, Read More …