Month: July 2022

The Cottage Journal 07.28.2022

My flannel project is done. for now. I still have some yardage of different flannels in my stash, but the flannel scraps are gone. And I am tired of working with flannel – granted it is warm and fuzzy, but after six flannel quilts,… Continue Reading “The Cottage Journal 07.28.2022”

The Cottage Journal 07.26.2022

The fifth flannel scrap quilt! One more to go, and then I’ll have some drawer space for more fabric – LOL!

The Cottage Journal 07.22.2022

I just finished the binding on this 4th “flannel scrap” quilt! This one took care of burgundy, gray, and pink flannel scraps in my stash. On to my browns/dark greens/golds… the drawer is almost empty!

The Cottage Journal 07.17.2022

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of visiting with a quilting client/friend who came to drop off two quilt tops for long-arm quilting. Our chat was filled with quilty talk as we discussed fabrics, threads, and quilting designs. We also caught up with each other’s… Continue Reading “The Cottage Journal 07.17.2022”

The Cottage Journal 07.13.2022

Nothing makes me feel so at home as watching our hummingbirds from the front porch. Believe it or not, I made this little video in Slo-Mo! I’ve finished another throw quilt, using flannel scraps and squares from my stash – I started this one… Continue Reading “The Cottage Journal 07.13.2022”

The Cottage Journal 07.11.2022

I thought my new studio was complete – and then I tried sewing in it at night. Oh dear – I didn’t realize how inadequate the lighting was, nor how “old” my eyes had gotten. Just so happens that my nephew by marriage is… Continue Reading “The Cottage Journal 07.11.2022”

The Cottage Journal 07.05.2022

Our first July 4th in White House was fun! Our neighbors up and down our street graciously provided us with some great firework displays! One thing that I am loving in our new digs is the wide expanse of sky we have – it… Continue Reading “The Cottage Journal 07.05.2022”