It's that time of year again -- time to make resolutions! If you're like me, you make a bunch on January 1 and then immediately fail to keep them. Here are 8 common resolutions that quilters make (and ones that are totally okay to break, by the way!).
If you’ve been quilting for long you surely know how important it is to ensure that all the blocks are square and the same size so they’ll go together neatly. That’s where trimming comes in. But sometimes a block can’t be easily squared up by trimming. It may be a tad too short on one side or you’ll lose triangle points when trimming.
How do we justify having "sew" many projects? It’s called Project Saturation. We’re excellent Starters, but then we grow weary of a project, we stop and do what we do best. Start another project and then another and another, but don't finish any of them. How do you stay on track?? Well, as a fellow quilter, here's my Top 5 Plan for 2019.
Often times we are so concerned about the new stuff we receive on Christmas, but we sometimes forget that Jesus is the reason for this celebration. Take time this Christmas to ponder on His great love for us, and be thankful that He came so we might live.
Every Christmas as a child growing up, my sister and I were always excited on Christmas morning to look inside our Christmas Stockings. It was the only time of the year we got real oranges and there was always a giant peppermint stick inside that we would crack with a hammer and it would last for weeks.