I got a lot of things done… I don’t know if they were all the “right” things, but I do feel like I made a little bit more progress and have some new learning to add to how my future days will run.
I feel like I haven’t made much progress, but it’s just coming up to noon, and I have done a few things. I thought maybe documenting them would make me feel better about what I’ve been able to do so far.
Last night, I held my first weekday evening live event, and it was all about selecting winners for the fabulous prizes!
I was going to write about the website again, but then I realized that I haven’t had a chance to share with you guys the other changes happening over here!
Today is a rare treat which almost never happens here! But today is special. It’s my stop on the blog tour for my friend Kevin Kosbab’s new book, The Quilter’s Applique Workshop, and Kevin’s here to tell you all about it.
This is it folks, the end of Downton Abbey Series 4 tonight, and the end of our festivities with the quilt along. I can’t believe that we started this party 16 weeks ago, and there are still new people finding us and joining the Facebook group and the newsletter.
The time has come you guys, for me to abandon my cobbled together technology and graduate to an official business website. Wanna help?
I was so thrilled last week to learn that Downton Abbey has an extra episode this season! It means you guys have an extra week to get your quilt tops ready, but it also meant finding something new to talk about in the extra week!
It has been a while since I wrote something in my blog that wasn’t related to Downton Abbey. It feels a little bit strange, but as things get somewhat back to normal around here (who am I kidding) I thought I’d write something I’ve been noodling on for a couple of months.
As many of you are finishing up your quilts, I thought I’d take a few moments to talk a little bit about making a choice for thread on the mystery quilts, and then talk a little bit about the binding.