Passacaglia Duet

My very good friend, Barb, and I are at it again. Simul-blogging our adventures with stitching, that is. One of us is in Toronto, Ontario while the other is in the Forth Worth/Dallas area of – well, of course you all know … Continue reading

Colonial Garden

The roof garden on a much warmer day is where I would so much like to be, but that’s not about to happen. We’ve had snow and more cold temperatures. So when the Inklingo Colonial Garden collection came out on … Continue reading

Waltzing in Toronto

  What am I talking about? This gorgeous 12″ Waltzing Matilda block! Which is perfectly square. Unfortunately, our camera’s lens wants to add a curve to everything. Yes, I made a huge block. Well, huge for me as I tend … Continue reading

When the Wrong Side is Right

I’ve been trying to figure out how I want to set the wild floral kaleidoscope stars for a while and have finally decided to set them with 2″ hexagons. Then, of course, I had to audition all sorts of different … Continue reading

Sunflower Times Two

I think I’m back to jumping from project to project. Right now I seem a little fixated on sunflowers. Probably because we’re into the grey, windy, cool days of fall. I want something that makes me think of the warmer … Continue reading

A Finish and A Beginning

Wednesday night I took the last stitch and the butterfly kaleidoscope stars top is finished. All completely hand pieced. And every minute of it was pure enjoyment. It is approximately 55 x 84.  I purposely did half stars at the … Continue reading

Flowers For Morse

We’re back!! My good friend Barb, at Just Sayin’ Sew, and I are once again simul-blogging (that’s what we’ve decided to call setting our blog posts to publish at the same time) with our Inklingo Star/Morse Star projects. I finished my … Continue reading

Little Patchwork of the Crosses

These little Patchwork of the Crosses blocks are very difficult for me to resist – each one made up of 24 little pieces that go together in no time. I think this is my favourite of the ones I’ve done … Continue reading

Another Star Endeavour

When we started making the Inklingo Star/Morse Star blocks, Barb at Just Sayin’ Sew and I agreed that we’d blog simultaneously when we had finished another block or two. I never dreamt it would take me close to two weeks … Continue reading

Is It the North Star?

It’s not the North Star. But it is two new stars – the Morse Star and the Inklingo Star. And they’re both fantastic fun to stitch. And to fussy cut/print. Continue reading