Let the sun in and map quilts

Not much art around here yet. This past week my new windows in my studio were installed. I’ve been so looking forward to them to provide insulation, and now I can see and let the sun in! I was excited for them to finally be installed but it involved moving around my studio again. Here…

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Too Many Interests!

You know what my problem is? Too many interests! Before I go into that, I have received so many wonderful comments about my classes. I appreciate your kind words. Several people thought I was going to quit blogging, or doing any art. No, I was just shutting down my classroom. I’ll still be here. However,…

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Looking Back – 2021

It’s that time to look back on this year. Check out link above pictures for blog posts. January Loved making the embellishments, but also participating in the Violet Project was fun and an important action. February I made a cat cube for Molly. She wasn’t interested. However, Ally loves it and spends a lot of…

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Challenge is over, now what?

The eight-week challenge is over. I want to thank Luann and Sherrie for linking up to my posts, and sharing the challenge on their blogs. I’d also like to thank those who commented, and those of you who emailed me privately to tell me what you were doing. So glad we could do this together.…

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Working on some new projects

I don’t know about you, but I go full speed, and then I work as slow as a turtle. Luckily, right now I’m in the fast mode while working on some new projects.

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Genealogy and Blueberries

No art accomplished this week. It was all about genealogy. Our local Willard Library hosted Heritage Days Festival this week with five days of sessions on everything from the best websites and apps for local history, to Google Earth Pro and organizing your stuff. I learned so much that I feel like my head might…

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