File This Under Day Late and Dollar Short Gosh, do you ever feel a day late and a dollar short, but like, for everything? Routines are my friend for repetitive non-quilting family tasks (on Mondays we wash clothes; on Tuesdays we wash towels), and I try to keep SUPER ON TOP OF the worst of… Continue reading Quilty Arrows & a BIG quilting question
Follow my blog with Bloglovin This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive commissions if you make a purchase using these links. My husband drinks tea. I don't enjoy a cup of tea (unless it's iced and sweet), but I love picking up different teas for him. Apparently, I picked up a box… Continue reading Autumn is the season of change | More than 1 finished quilt!
This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive commissions if you make a purchase using these links. It's a fact that there isn't enough time in the day to do all the things. Most days, I'm amazed at other adults who tend to their friendships, passions, work, keep their wardrobe fresh and their… Continue reading notions and A GIVEAWAY!
I love a good novel. Are you a reader? I read volumes as a child; as a grown-up, I bored my dates because I couldn't put books down. Little Women had my heart when I was small, and now my oldest daughter's heart as well. I don't read good novels nearly enough now, but this… Continue reading …and I make so many beginnings there never will be an end
Hi! I'm Brooke, and I have so many unfinished projects that I completely forgot about 3 of them. After writing about my 5 works in progress, and foolishly thinking that I was on the road to knocking that number down, I discovered 3 active WIPs. Of note: I once considered myself a monogamous quilter. Tula… Continue reading Count ’em up: more WIPs
Works in Progress Oh, so very many works in progress. Do you feel stressed when you have too many unfinished tasks? Right now I'm counting 5 quilty works in progress, and I typically try to keep that number right around 1. Yikes! I get twitchy at the thought of a pile of unfinished quilts. I am… Continue reading Works in progress
Using your serger for quilting Over the last year, I’ve become more comfortable with quilting. I’ve made more quilts in the last 6 months than in my whole life, and each time I feel like I get faster and more efficient (usually these two things follow mistakes and swearing). As one does, I’ve developed my… Continue reading Quilty insurance: using your serger for quilting!
Hi! I'm Brooke. I make quilts, drink coffee and listen to a lot of npr. Follow along to see my works in progress and finishes!