Earlier this morning, I announced details on the new Downton Abbey Mystery Quilt Along, and it only took a couple of hours for a question to come up about why this one had fees when last year’s did not.
Since April, D2 has been attempting to intimidate me with his new-fangled hardware and souped up chassis.
It’s no secret, y’all. I’m buried under quilts that need to be quilted.
I haven’t given an update on how my new found wealth of time (ha, ha) has helped me since I went part-time at my 925er back in March.
Sometimes things get so busy around here that I get behind on everything, but I think gratitude, even if expressed late, still needs to be said.
I have the honor and privilege of working with some of the most luscious fabric on the planet, and I’ve been hoarding every bit of it.
Quilts Inc. made some changes to their credential requirements for attendees of Quilt Market. Being a blogger doesn’t necessarily make you a business, and it was time (I think) for Quilts Inc. to recognize that.
Before I get to the light bar, I should probably tell you how I came to replace my beloved long arm, Mr. Darcy, with a new version, named Darcy 2.0.
I have been on the road teaching for 4 weeks in a row, and this is the first weekend that I am going to be home to take care of some much-needed housekeeping and neglected bookkeeping.
Things are crazier around here than it has ever been, and it’s not really going to slow down anytime soon. This is going to be a short post, but I know you won’t mind, because there’s something in it for you at the end!