Yes, I finally did it and I probably shouldn’t have, but everyquilter needs a Singer Featherweight in his or her life. I know I’m not wrong. She’s in very good shape, although not flawless. According to her serial number, she was born in 1945, but isn’t one of the fabled Blackside machines. I wish I… Continue reading Meet Charlotte…
Let me start by welcoming everyone from the 2018 New Quiltbloggers Bloghop. This is my second tour with the group, and it’s really an honor to be in such good company with such fine quilters and bloggers. I’ve been a lousy blogger this year, but I won’t make excuses. I just hope you’ll accept that… Continue reading In which Chaos Quilter rides the train…
We’ve had a serious dose of weather weirdness in Northern Colorado lately. It get breezy here, always has. I’ve lived most my life, but the WIND has been insane. A work-hectic Monday kind of blurred into a Tuesday that was beyond the pale. Hectic became frenzied and panicked as the winds began to blow, and… Continue reading What a wreck of a week and it’s only Wednesday
I hope everyone who celebrates Easter had a wonderful one. Now is what I consider to be the end of the chocolate season. It starts with Halloween candy and progresses through the chocolate covered bells of the holidays to fancy Valentine’s Day chocolates (that include a map in case you don’t like the coconut ones)… Continue reading Welcome to the Working Week
Have you watched any of the Nailed It! show on…Hulu, I think. Maybe Netflix. Anyhow , it’s pretty amusing and speaks well to the current mentality which seems to make us believe that watching someone do something enough times will mean we can now take on an air of judgmental self-satisfaction when watching these shows.… Continue reading Side Hustle, Dream Job, or Future Craftsy Instructor?
This is my third post this week after how many months’ hiatus? I’m not sure how long we can expect this behavior. Nothing is permanent, my friends. I just wanted to post this nifty picture. The Squiggy ruler makes a great curved crosshatch border, and it’s very simple. Just keep moving the ruler along the… Continue reading Third Time’s a Charm
During my quilting practice on Sunday, I tried out all four of Angela Walters’ new quilting rulers. Today we’ll discuss the one known as Squiggy. If you’re interested in the rulers, you can find them on her site or at lots of local quilt places, just give it a quick Google. The Squiggy ruler is… Continue reading Squiggy the Ruler