Finally Done—After Redoing IT Three Times —- Monday, June 22, 2020

Finally, I got this one done.  It’s taken me three times.  The first time I used a color to match the Heavenly Blue Morning Glories—what a mess.

The material stretched and wrinkled and bunched.

It was terrible.

Then I used a better more expensive material, which went together nicely —but I didn’t like the width of the blocks.

After taking everything out for the last time, cutting back the strip size I finished.

Now as I’m looking at it I can see FLAWS!


I think I’ll take a break on this for a spell.  Maybe for the rest of my life!

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,


While the Earth is Frozen and the Sky Full of Leaden Clouds —-Tuesday, February, 4, 2020

I’ve finished another quilt.

For some reason, this has been a hard quilt to put together.  You wouldn’t think after doing the other three quilts it would be, but it was.

I didn’t have enough of each type of square, for one thing, then each square was quilted differently…and I made the purple strips too small…

Gradually it started to unfurl and come together.   Enough so, I can pronounce it DONE!

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,


After Being all in a Fluster, I can now be Fluffed Up :) —- Sunday, January 19, 2020

A thousand tiny minutes and lots of sewing (and taking out)

I got another quilt done.  Those terrible corners on the outside band drove me into a whirling, wheeling misery.

But…they are done now.  Thank Heavens.

Your friend on a western Colorado farm

In the Mean Time—-Sunday, November 24, 2019

I finally finished up the wee little heart quilt given to me by my neighbor and a very generous friend.

I went over to her house to ask her some questions about quilting.  When I left for home, I had in my possession a top, batting, and delightful back.  All I had to do was quilt it and put on the edge.

What a fun new project to do!

Thank you, Myrna!

From my world to your heart,