Has it been almost 3 years since my last post? Why yes it has! Time sure does fly, a quick move and a new job for me, homeschooling during the pandemic, kids back at school, and I'm finally feeling back in a groove. A lot can change in 3 years! It feels like now is the time to come back to blog and share my quilts and projects a little more in depth than I can on FB or Instagram. Plus I just haven't been enjoying spending time on social media as of late. My feed is cluttered with junk that I just don't care about. So it time to come back to this space and share here once again. I'll still post on my socials, but this will be my home base once again. I am looking forward to sharing my quilting journey in the coming year. My goal for 2024 is to share my quilting journey as I work with my new longarm and create t-shirt quilts for clients as well as make projects from my sewing closet. Looking forward to being in this space again. Happy Sewing Friends!
Shortly after we moved to the UP 3 years ago, I was browsing Pinterest as one does and found this quilt . Being originally from the lower peninsula of Michigan that we must be Lion fans. Well I was never really a Lions fan and my husband and I don't watch football at all. We became friends with a couple who love the Packers, so I started pulling fabrics and slowly making blocks. After 3 years in the making it is finally done and our friends love it. During the initial shutdown for COVID-19, I really starting going to town on this quilt. Plus I had my 2020 Triple Block Bee-mates help with the filler cross blocks. This was a nice project that I could just loose myself in. Besides doing virtual schooling with my kiddo, my afternoons were spent in my sewing room. I went through so much stash! I didn't do any planning when I began sewing the blocks, so putting this together was a bit of a challenge. But it was like a giant puzzle and I like how it turned out. Now I have other idea