Tuesday, October 7, 2014

A GOLDEN TICKET from the Fat Quarter Shop

I won a wonderful gift from the Fat Quarter Shop.  There it was when I received my
order of the new Jolly Bars that are exclusive at the shop.

           A $50.00 gift certifcate to the Fat Quarter Shop.  Wow did that make my day.

        I had pre-ordered two Jolly Bars from the Fig Tree line called Somerset.  The fabric designs and
        colors are just beautiful.  The Jolly Bars also come with a free pattern for a quilt.


                         Check out the Fat Quarter Shop if you haven't been there.  They have
                      a large selection of fabrics, good tutorials, and great service. I'm sure you
                      will like it as much as I do.

Monday, September 22, 2014

Designer Block of the Month2014

 I am taking part in a Block of Month quilt sponsored by the Fat Quarter Shop.  The fabric is "Snowbird" by Laundry Basket for Moda fabrics.  The fabric has a great feel to it and the colors are wonderful.  I am up to date (hooray) and am looking forward to Block 5 in October.  I have SO many unfinished quilts that I am keeping up to date on this so it can be finished.  I am also putting the borders on a half log cabin quilt made from scraps for my husband.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

The newest style for flip flops

Michigan daughter took Miss Sarah to buy new shoes, and she got a footie to use when trying them on.
All was great and Sarah got new shoes for KINDERGARTEN.   The rest of the day she wore the footie, with a hole cut out for the big toe, and the edge of the footie fluffed out with her flip flops.  However I believe this new style is only worn on the left foot.  You may wish to try this.

Friday, July 4, 2014

Going Home

Today Juliet and Oregon daughter are going home after a week's visit.  Juliet got to sit in the pilot's chair
and wear his or her hat before takeoff, or perhaps they let her co-pilot. LOL

They were here so that the MI family could help to celebrate Juliet's birthday.  Cousin Sarah was so excited
to see Juliet and they had the best time playing together.  What a great time we all had.  Hopefully we will
see them in the Fall in Oregon.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Quilting Retreat

Tomorrow I am off to a quilting retreat in Tustin MI at a 4 H camp.  This is the 8th annual  "Get-a-Way" hosted by Gretchen and her staff from Quilt-n Friends in Sterling  Heights MI.  We all have a great time at this retreat as the friends, accommodations and food are the best.  I so look forward to this every year, and I was afraid that I might not be able to go because of  knee problems, but I am going pain or not.  

                I really haven't written much about my quilting, but it is my number one love.    Our house is decorated with quilts in every room in the house.  I have so many UFOs that I should count them
and start trying to finish them.  I was  machine quilting my own quilts, but now I have them done by a long arm quilter and they get done much faster.  I am taking three quilts with me to start (I know why not take one that is almost finished?  It is the thrill of the new fabric and pattern .).  Of course I won't start all three, but I'll have a choice when I get there.

Friday, April 5, 2013

Juliet and Sarah

This is Juliet and Sarah, my sweet granddaughters.

Miss Juliet lives in Oregon and Miss Sarah lives a mile away from us in
Michigan.   They both get so excited when they know that they
will soon be seeing each other.  They have the best time with each
other.  Juliet is six and Sarah is four, two years apart just like their 
mommies who are our daughters.  They are the light of our lives.

Saturday, December 22, 2012

They'll Be Home For Christmas

I've been busy getting the house ready for my Oregon daughter, her husband, and her daughter.  I last saw them in October so we are excited to see them again so soon.  Sarah, who is four, is eagerly awaiting her cousin, Juliet, who is six.   The two girls have so much fun when they are together, more like sisters than cousins.

Fred will be picking them up from Metro Airport tomorrow, while MI daughter, Sarah, and I make pumpkins pies and cranberry sauce.  The pie recipe is on the back of the Libby's pumpkin can and is the one my mother always made.  The cranberry sauce, make with fresh cooked cranberries put through a sieve and then boiled with sugar, is from a recipe that Fred's mom always made.  So we carry on the tradition


Photo from Graphics Fairy


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