And for the quilters, crafters, and sewist’s out there – matching Kona colors!
Welcome to episode 050 of the Me Being Crafty podcast, where we explore creativity in your life.
In this episode I am giving you an update on me! I had tech difficulties, and we had friends visiting, and the end of the school year, and a quilt for a teacher.
Technical issues = no internet. And just when I had an interview scheduled! But things move slowly’ish here, so it took a couple of days to fix, during which I read a lot.
I highly recommend the 11.22.63 book! So great!
We had friends visit, and we have another friend coming to visit soon! We are so thrilled to have people visit us here and it’s just a great time when we have visitors. We had a full, busy weekend when our friends were here that left us all tired.
I finished a quilt for JW’s teacher:
And as this is posting, and as you are listening, we are on our camping vacation!
Listen to episode 050 and let me know how your summer is going!
Leave me a comment and let me know how you were creative today. Me, I’m on my camping trip as this posts and all I took with me is some beadwork and embroidery. No sewing!
Hi everyone! Whew, I did not mean to be gone for that long! I hope your summer has been amazing! We had a late start to the summer here since the kids didn’t finish school until early July. I love the schedule (I’m sure I’ve said that before!) and the past week has been a great entry to our summer.
I’ve been saving links to share with you so let’s get started!
I love zip pouches and this quilt as you go tutorial is so great.
I’ve shared a link to the Ripples block tutorial before, and here are the blocks I’ve made. I was the queen bee last month so I can’t wait to see the blocks that were sent to me once we get our mail!
I really want to do a round robin quilt with someone. A couple of friends and I talked about doing it once, but that planning didn’t go beyond talking. I am making a note in my journal to remember this for when we get settled next. Here is a great explanation of how a round robin quilt works.
Check out this beautiful pillow made as part of a blog hop for a new english paper piecing book by Sister Diane! I love this design.
And finally, a free quilt pattern from Angela over at Cut to Pieces, an orla-look alike!
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